Design Your Own Logo

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ASSIGNMENT FOR WEEK OF APRIL 13 - APRIL 17

1. Follow the directions on the Google Doc: "Design Your Own Logo"

2. These logos are here for you to use as inspiration.  

3. Do NOT copy them as your own.

4. Color harmony information follows the logo examples.


You MUST submit the Check-In sheet with this week's dates for each scheduled class.

If you do NOT submit the Check-In sheet it's a DNP for the day.


If you are able to work with a phone/tablet app or in Photoshop, please do!  I'd love to see your digital creations!


ALL WORK IS DUE BY FRIDAY, APRIL 17.


When you finish ALL of the work assigned so far, you will work on the Creative Prompt: Racing Dreams....that was what we were working on before going to remote learning.  

These students do NOT have to do the assignment because they already did it when we were in the classroom and a grade has been recorded in Aspen:


Pd. E: N. Bur.

Pd. H: K. Shee., A. Tov.

Achromatic

Without color: white, black and the mixures of white and black

Colors next to each other on the color wheel sharing a common hue.

Colors opposite each other on the color wheel.  Must travel THROUGH the center of the circle.

A color scheme that uses only ONE hue and the tints and shades of that hue.

Start with the HUE...add white and it is a TINT...add black and it is a SHADE

One color plus the two colors that on EITHER SIDE of its complement on the color wheel.  


Top left:  Start with YELLOW.....travel across the middle of the wheel to it's complement which is VIOLET....but you do NOT want violet you want the two colors on EITHER SIDE of violet: RED-VIOLET and BLUE-VIOLET.


Top right: Start with RED....across to green....choose the 2 splits: YELLOW-GREEN & BLUE-VIOLET


Bottom left: Start with BLUE...across to orange...choose the 2 splits: YELLOW-ORANGE & RED-ORANGE


Bottom right: Start with YELLOW-ORANGE....across to BLUE-VIOLET...choose the 2 splits: VIOLET & BLUE

Any THREE equally distanced colors on the color wheel (note the solid triangle and the dotted triangle on the wheel.

Blues, greens, violets.  Cool colors suggest coolness and often seem to recede from the viewer.

Reds, yellows, oranges.     Warm colors suggest warmth and often seem to advance toward the viewer.

Mixing together two complementary pairs to achieve a range of BROWNS.   Found in the middle of the color wheel.

WARM

COOL

Monochromatic

Hue

Triadic

Complementary

Analogous

Split-Complementary

Tints

Shades

Chromatic

Neutrals

Primary triad: colors that cannot be mixed

Secondary triad: equal mixing of 2 primary colors

Tertiary/Intermediate:  mixing of a primary and secondary color - found in between the two colors being mixed

COLOR WHEEL

References for you to look at and use on your Google Doc to answer questions: