The artist used tint by adding white and Used Shade By Adding Black
i like how the arts used tone on the yellow
Karsen uses tint by adding white to blue. She uses shade by adding black to green. She tones by adding gray.The complimentary colors are red to green.
She tint blue blue into a much lighter blue by adding white to the original blue
She uses tint by adding white to blue. She also uses tone by adding grey to yellow.
The first paint column (Blue) the artist added tint. The second column is when the artist added black also known as shading it. I also like the color that the tinting made.
the artists used blue for tinting
For tint, she added more white to the blue and for shade, she added more black with the green. She also added gray for the yellow and she painted red in the first box and then added green.
She did a good job on toning the colors.
I can tell that she used black to make the green shade and she did go from dark to light for the color pencil row.
added a tint to blue by adding white
added a shade green by adding black
she made red more intense by adding purple
added a tone to yellow by adding grey
The third one is shading, its when you add black to the paint each time you start a new boxz
I like the tone that's added on the yellow.
The artist used tint by adding white to the blue and adding black to the green is shade
The yellow is getting more toned because grey is being added.
added tint by adding white to blue and he added shade by adding black to green,
The artist used tint used white to make the blue very light. The artist also added black and white to tone it.
The artist used tint by added black to green, exellent work. The artists also used great inrensity with red and green.
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I like Karsen's artwork, how she started with pure colors and added white or black to change the values. It reminds me of a print of a watercolor painting by Wassilly Kandinski that is displayed in the LMC. With watercolor, you can change the color value by diluting the paint with a little water, but the result is the same - lighter or darker tints. A tiny dab of black will change shade, for example, from red to maroon.
I enjoy seeing everything the students are learning from your hallway art displays.
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i like the tint of blue
I like your color pencil skills
the artist showed shade by adding black to green and how the artist did tint by showing she added white to blue
I love the value of the orange
I like how she stared with yellow and the she put grey each time and at last it turned grey.
She did shade by adding white to blue and shade by adding black to green.
The artist showed tint by adding white to blue. she also showed shade by adding black to green.
I like how she added the black to the green good work.
I like how you made the colors with different value and tinting very neatly
I like how she shows value by pressing on the colored pencil harder. I also like how she shows tint by making the blue lighter.
The artist showed tint in the 2nd column by adding white and for the 3rd column she did shade by adding black.
I think the tinting of blue looks great!
I'm guessing that she started with a color and added white in equal amounts (on the first two) until it turned white and she added black in equal amounts on the last three until it turned black. Ombre is so in right now! Love it!
Thank you Panthers for responding to our interesting art work. I have learned from each of you the art vocabulary related to value and the difference between shading, tone and tint. The last column was the most interesting and now I know why. The artist added blue to change the value which resulted in a change in color, tone complimentary.
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