Color Interaction Parings: Phase 2

For this project, I had confidence on how to use hue and values to create this type of illusion. Each pair of small and big square/frame contains the difference in value or hue that made tricks on our sights. From our learning from the last project, I learned that our eyes does not capture a light spectrum that is emitted from the color that is actually there. With the help from value in Photoshop, I was able to create this interesting art. It took me about about ten minutes plus five minutes, because I wanted to check in with my professor if I was on a right track. With the knowledge of Photoshop from my Raster and Vector class, it made me easier to work on it and was able to help others with this project.

4 thoughts on “Color Interaction Parings: Phase 2”

  1. Not much to say because as far as I can tell, these all seem pretty successful in their execution. The only bit of criticism I have though is that you could have used a lighter pair of small squares in the Shifting Value group since both pairs of small squares are pretty similar in value. I also like that you had a lot of color variation between each group, as I myself seem to have gravitated towards a common set of colors.

  2. These are all very good compositions, they all looks very successful to me. I can clearly see a difference in color in the middle squares. And nice job on the extra credit. The colors look the same to me. Great job overall.

  3. I do not have much to comment on, overall you did pretty good job. However for group 4 the upper image center color looks like they have the same value to me, or maybe its because I have bad eyes.

  4. My only criticism would be or group 4, I don’t really see the shifting effect of the middle square. Besides that, everything else is executed nicely. I like how you chose a wide range of color for your boxes, it’s very eye catching to me. Keep up the good work 🙂

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