martes, 6 de noviembre de 2012

Fundamentos Visuales III

Hoy no fui a clases (muchas cosas que hacer en casa) ... así que pondré una entrada en mi querido blog.  Esta vez son tres ejercicios de la clase de Fundamentos Visuales III.  El objetivo es generar sensación de varios planos de profundidad usando la temperatura de los parámetros del color (tinte, tono y saturación). 

Quiero agradecer a Cindy Haase (https://www.facebook.com/CynthiaHaaseFineArt, http://cynhaase.blogspot.com/ ) y a Valerie Pye por permitirme usar una de sus pinturas y fotos, respectivamente, como referencia.

Todas las pinturas están hechas con pasteles Faber Castell con fijador, en cartulina Canson 180g A3 (41x29.7cm)



Sensación de profundidad por tinte, cálidos adelante, fríos atrás
Depth by hue, warm colors in the foreground, cold ones in the background
 
Sensación de profundidad por tono, fríos adelante (luz adelante), cálidos atrás (oscuros atrás)*
Depth by tone, cold tones (light values) in the foreground, warm tones (dark values) in the background*

Sensación de profundidad por saturación, cálidos adelante (saturados), fríos atrás (desaturados)*
Depth by saturation, saturated colors in the foreground (warm), desaturated colors in the background (cold)*
 
 

I didn't go to class today (too many things to do at home)... so I'm taking advantage of the extra time and posting on my dear blog.  This time it's three excercices for the Visual Fundaments III class.  The goal is to generate the sensation of multiple depth planes using color temperature in the three parameters of color: hue, value or tone, and saturation.  You can see them above.

I would like to thank Cindy Haase (https://www.facebook.com/CynthiaHaaseFineArt, http://cynhaase.blogspot.com/ ) and Valerie Pye for graciously letting me use one of her paintings and photos, respectively, as a reference for the grapes and face pieces above.

All the paintings are made with Faber Castell soft pastels, and fixative, over white Canson 180g paper, 16.4"x 11.88".

7 comentarios:

martinealison dijo...

Une publication très instructive...
j'ai l'impression que tu aimes tes cours.
J'espère que tu ne frotte pas trop ta maison... mais tu peux venir faire la mienne !

Carolina dijo...

Hola Martinealison!
J'aime les cours, je ne peux pas dire le contraire :)
Heureusement j'ai une personne qui m'aide à la maison, sinon...
Merci beaucoup pour la visite, toujours un plaisir pour moi
Carolina

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Michael Twin dijo...

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Carolina dijo...

A little late but thank you Sarah Elisa for your kind comment. I am really very glad the contents of the post is useful to you.

Carolina dijo...

Hi Michael... this is another late answer from me.
Thank you for your nice comment. I still don't know when I am going to start painting again. When I do I will try to include some theory. I'm really glad it helps.

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