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It?s me, Mrs. Ramirez.
I?m going to preview, the Printmaking station.
In this session, you will learn the Art Elements of Color and Texture.
And the Art Principles of Contrast and Pattern.
Elements and Principles are two of our Quack-a-demic vocabulary words. If you hear the words Elements and Principles, say ?Quack! Quack!? and be ready to tell all about it.
What are the elements and principles of arts, you ask?
Elements are things you see in your art, like colors and textures.
Principles are the ways you use colors and textures to create contrast and patterns.
Today, you will learn about color blending and try to experiment the colors you create on a 12 hue color wheel.
How will you mix these colors?
Your challenge is to make all 12 colors using only the 3 primary colors: red, yellow and blue.
Then, you will create a neutral or muddy gray color by mixing them all together.
Next, you will a texture coin by pressing found objects into the model magic.
Once it is dry, you can wear it as a pendant.
You can use animals, brushed, boots, gems or metal knobs. Are you ready to begin?
You will start with the color wheel and 3 small lumps of primary colors model magic: red, yellow and blue.
Match each primary color with the space on the color wheel.
Do you see how they disappear? This is called camouflage.
Now make piles of each color by tearing them into tiny bits.
Now it is time to press the primary colors in your color wheel.
First is red.
Next is yellow.
Then comes blue.
Do you see the triangle? This is called a triad.
Carefully blend a piece of red with a piece of blue.
Soon you will see violet.
That looks great!
Now, let?s try to blend red and yellow.
Wow, that looks orange.
Let?s try to place it in the color wheel.
That doesn?t seem to look quite right. I think we need more yellow.
That still not quite right. Maybe we can move it to the next place over.
That's better. Now, it is camouflage.
I think to make this orange, I need more yellow.
That?s starting to look better.
Let?s test it on the color wheel.
Let?s see what happens with yellow and blue.
That?s starting to look green.
Not quite sure about that one. That one doesn't fit either.
I think I need more yellow.
Let?s try this on the color wheel.
That looks just right!
To make blue green, you'll need a little bit of blue and a little bit of green.
You did it.
To make blue violet, you?ll need a little bit of blue and a little bit of violet.
That looks great!
To make red violet, you?ll need a little bit of red and a little bit of violet.
Use those muscles.
Let?s try that one on the color wheel.
It?s red violet.
It?s time for yellow orange.
You?ll need to mix yellow and orange.
I can?t even tell it's there.
And now yellow green, you?ll need a little bit of yellow and a little bit of green.
Ooh That looks kind of dark. I think I need more yellow.
That looks better!
Your color wheel is complete. Great job!
Now gather your leftover red, yellow, blue bits of model magic.
What do you think will happen if you mix these 3 primary colors together?
You are right!
You can make a neutral or muddy gray color by mixing the primary colors together.
What do you think will happen when we mix all of the colors together?
And now for the most fun of all
It?s looking muddy!
You did it!
You have made a neutral.
It?s time for texture.
Start by rolling a smooth sphere with the palms of your hands.
Try to make the surface smooth.
Roll it round and round.
Your sphere should be round like a ball and it should be very smooth.
Lay it on your table and use the palms of your hands to flatten the sphere into a coin.
Experiment with different tools by pressing the texture into the coins.
What will the brush do?
I like the dots.
How about an animal?
What else can we do?
Ooh. That looks like a fossil.
Now for a gem.
I think I?ll try a boot.
Just look at that footprint.
Look at those amazing textures.
Now decide what you like the best.
Roll your coin back into a sphere and get ready to make your pendant.
I like the boot print the best.
Use the end of a paint brush to poke a hole into your coin.
The model magic is very soft and sticky, so be careful when you?re lifting it off your table.
Turn the pendant over and make sure the hole goes all the way the coin.
I need 3 things on the back of your coin, your name, yoru secret code ad the color of your table.
Have fun experiments with colors and texture.
The purpose of this instructional video is to preview the PRINTMAKING Station in our COLOR Unit for K-2 artists.