You will use your color wheel from a previous lesson as a reference for tinting and shading. You will demonstrate the ability to create a gradation of light to dark from one color. You will create a well balanced design of tints and shades by dividing up your paper into different shapes or byusing a template of shapes.
9x12" inch White Drawing Paper Paint Brushes (varying widths) Tempera Paint Water Newspaper to cover the table
(write, read, speak, listen): Students will listen to and write the vocabulary definitions needed to discuss and create their artwork. They will need to speak the language of art to critique their work.
1. Monochromatic: Having tones of one color 2 Tinting: Adding white to a color 3. Shading: Adding black to a color 4. Balance: refers to the ways in which the elements (lines, shapes, colors, textures, etc.) of a piece are arranged. 5. Complimentary Color: They are opposite colors found on the color wheel