Friday, October 25, 2013

IVP4406: Methods & Materials (9) - Colour Gamut

apparently,  colour gamut helps artists to produce very harmonious painting that are very pleasing to the eyes... 

Artists Study:
(1) KOREHIKO Hino whose subjects i find rather disturbing, but the  range of colour (tiffany-ish) as shown below makes his artwork rather smoothing to the eyes... if you are really interested in his work, can just click on his name above... 

art task of the day was to produce two harmonious mini oil paintings of the same picture with two different colour schemes by moving the gamut mask around the yurmby wheel... 

was super lucky that David used my yurmby wheel as a demo for the group and created this gamut mask for me to block out the unwanted colours .. =) 

knowing my weaknesses all too well, i was "smART" enough to choose a relatively easy 3 coloured picture for this activity too... heee

it was also to honour Miss Seck's favourite magazine which i think became the class's most flipped book for the semester as well... ;P

this one was up to mark, according to david.... but that's because he helped with mixing of the colour la.... oopx....

as usual, no patience at all to replicate the technique for the second one... =S

online gamut mask tool for those who are not into painting their own yurmby wheel: 


this is part 6 of 7 parts to the series "Advanced Diploma in Primary Art Education". A series of blog posts that are updated weekly (from aug - nov) to document the activities, progress and learning point(s) from the week's lessons... =) 

Part 1 - IVP4401: 2D Exploration 
             (1)(2 - 4)

Part 2 - IVP4402: 3D Exploration 
             (2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7 - 9) 

Part 3 - IVP4403: New Media Exploration 
             (1), (2)(3&4), (5)

Part 4 - IVP4404: Visual Literacy 

Part 5 - IVP4405: Artistic Development of Children

Part 6 - IVP4406: Methods and Materials 
             (1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6&7)(8)(9), (10) 

Part 7 - IVP4407: Curriculum Development and Assessment 

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