Saturation Studies: Phase 4

Phase 1: Color Wheel

First time how to use the simple color (RED, BLUE, GREEN, YELLOW, VIOLET) to understanding of saturation.

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Phase 2 : Three Saturation

Chromatic Gray Studies – Exercise #1 & 2:
Took around one and half hours.

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Muted Color Studies – Exercise #1 & 2:
Took around two hours to complete.

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Prismatic Color Studies – Exercise #1 & 2:
Took around three hours.

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 Phase 3: Swiss Style Band Poster

spicy pop

This project was fun for me, I worked with Brandy and Ashley, we had to make a poster of using the different saturation and values of the color red. At the beginning of the poster, we had to create a title that involves the senses of taste and sound. So we came up the “spicy” and “pop” for the title. Fortunately, we knew how to using the illustrator that we as fast as complete the poster .

2 thoughts on “Saturation Studies: Phase 4”

  1. I had a fun time working on the poster with you and Ashley! I love the way your paintings came out and I think it’s amazing how you was able to complete them in a short amount of time. I think you really know how to work with paint because your paintings looks really smooth. I would like to know a bit more on your experience throughout the whole project.

  2. It looks like you really have a knack for design in general, given your beautiful and neat paintings in phase 2. Although the designs look complex at first glance, it became clear to me that they were simply geometric shapes overlapping. The hard part was probably in executing the painting itself, though I can’t say for sure without more input from you on the project as a whole, as Brandy mentioned. For your prismatic studies, however, the paints should have been used as is, since prismatic colors are unmixed.

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