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Color Theory
Posted by Christopher Foes on October 30, 2015 at 1:01pm

Color Thoery

Notes For Color
Posted by Christopher Foes on October 30, 2015 at 12:58pm

Color Notes:


  • Complementary:Colors that are opposite on the color wheel.

  • Complementary colors help each other pop

  • Warm Colors: From yellow, to red violet, these are the colors of the sun

  • Cool Colors: Violet to yellow green, these are the colors of water

  • Analogous: Colors that are close neighbors on the color wheel.


Pop Art Instructions
Posted by Christopher Foes on October 30, 2015 at 12:54pm

Step 1:   Pick an icon to glorify. It could be a celebrity, object, logo, or a character from a game/ book/ comic/ movie/ etc.)


Step 2:   Draw your icon as well as you can, on a half sheet of paper. Make sure you have space for at least 3 colors (that change) in your drawing


Step 3: Trace your drawing at least 4 times on a sheet of poster paper. MAKE SURE TO COMPLETELY FILL IT OUT!


Step 4: Create a different color scheme for each section of your poster. Make sure you use your color theory sheet to help combine specific colors.

Pop Art! Rubric
Posted by Christopher Foes on October 30, 2015 at 12:53pm


Needs Improvement/INC


Beginning Artist

2 pts

Emerging Artist

4 pts

Exceptional Artist

5 pts


The artist did not finish the work in a satisfactory manner.

The artist finished the project but it lacks finishing touches or can be improved upon with little effort.

The artist completed the project in an above average manner, but more could still be done.

The artist gave an effort far beyond the requirements of the project.

↑CIRCLE WHERE YOU FEEL YOUR ARTWORK FALLS.↑                              Full credit is given at the “Emerging Artist” level.↑

1 point each:



Name/Period written on back of artwork.

The Artist was on task most of the time during the project.

The artist has repeated their icon multiple times and has at least 3 colors that change across each icon.




If you do not answer these question I will not grade this rubric.                       COMPLETE SENTENCES

What did you need to learn in order to complete this project?

What was the most difficult thing you had to do to make your artwork?

What part was the most successful in your artwork?

If you could change or redo any part of your artwork what would it be?