We will learn about primary colours and how to mix them to produce secondary colours, using watercolour paint. Basic shapes will also be reviewed.
Did you know
The 3 primary colours RED (magenta), BLUE (cyan) and YELLOW can be mixed to produce the entire spectrum of colours on the colour wheel.
- watercolour paper
- watercolour paint
- paintbrush set
- permanent black markers
- You will be introduced to the primary colours RED, YELLOW and BLUE. We will use them to produce secondary colours: orange green and purple.
- We will review a variety of different shapes: circle, square, triangle, oval, rectangle, star, octagon & pentagon.
- We will draw some basic shapes in our sketchpad for a colour-mixing painting exercise. After sketching our layout, we will outline the drawing with a permanent black marker.
- With a painting palette of 3 primary colours: red, blue and yellow, we will mix 2 of the primary colours to produce secondary colours: orange, green and purple.
- Make a 10 step colour gradiation from 100% intensity to 0%.