Category: Colors (Page 1 of 2)
Over two years, Amanda Williams painted eight condemned houses in and around Chicago’s Englewood neighborhood, selecting colors from the consumer products and companies marketed to the Black communities of the city’s South Side. This project highlights the ways we construct … Read More
Check out Bonnie’s creative process for the title she used in her video. See how the idea from the film to the poster and header is consistent. We understand Bonnie’s sweet personality through the nature theme, her soft colors and … Read More
Quiz #2 on Web and Color
Now that you know everything about color let’s have a quick look at the questions.
1. What is Color?
Color is part physics and part human perception.
Color is a property of light, without light there’s no color. Think of … Read More
Have a look at the PANTONE website, it’s filled with yummy colors and ideas.
Watch the videos below on Where Color Comes First and How to Express Yourself In Color.
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PANTONE color of the year of the last decade
The use of mood boards, by 99designs
A mood board is like a collage containing a variety of images, text, and other objects that define your visual ideas and communicate your concepts. It can even work as a guide in … Read More
by Sunday November 7th, 1pm, send your proposals in a form of hand drawings or digital sketches. I want to see many, minimum 5.
1. How to get a deeper understanding of the title.
- Look at the title carefully,
A little demo to help you see the relationship with the way CMYK and RGB colors are related to real paint.… Read More
When to Use Process Colors CMYK
Use process colors when your support uses:
- full-color photographs
- complex multi-color graphics
- more than 2 spot colors
Process color printing can be less expensive than using 3 or more spot colors.