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In the News (Mon 24 Jun 19)

  
 definition of scarlet
A deep bright red tinged with orange or yellow, -- of many tints and shades; a vivid or bright red color.
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www.brainydictionary.com /words/sc/scarlet216036.html   (123 words)

  
 The Artist's Toolkit: Encyclopedia: Color Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Paintings that use only one color and the tints and shades of that color are called monochromatic (one=mono; color=chromatic).
Tints and shades of red make up nearly all the colors used in this painting, along with a tint of violet.
On this palette you can see many colors in their pure and most intense form as well as colors that have lost some intensity after the artist mixed them.
www.artsconnected.org /toolkit/encyc_colorvalue.html   (123 words)

  
 colour - elements and principles of design
In this illustration the compound mixtures between red and green are shown, as are tints and shades of the colour wheel.
If this colour wheel is placed in the middle of a cylinder with progressively darker shades of all those colours below and progressively lighter tints above, the cylinder would contain every possible colour!
I prefer the theory based on Johannes Itten's 12 part colour wheel, as it offers a much better understanding of the interaction of colours
www.johnlovett.com /colour.htm   (123 words)

  
 The Artist's Toolkit: Encyclopedia: Color Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Paintings that use only one color and the tints and shades of that color are called monochromatic (one=mono; color=chromatic).
Tints and shades of red make up nearly all the colors used in this painting, along with a tint of violet.
Where equal parts of two complementary colors are mixed together (here, green and red), a neutral brown is created.
www.artsconnected.org /toolkit/encyc_colorvalue.html   (242 words)

  
 Scrapbook.com: Monochromatic Scrapbooking Explained
And, monochromatic color triangles are created by displaying the monochromatic scales of shades, tones, and tints.
Traditional monochromatic packs offer a group with one true color and four tints totaling five different papers with intensities from light to dark.
Different from the white tints in the Monochromatic Multi-Pack line, these colors are based on grey tones.
www.scrapbook.com /jillsplace/04-06-04.htm   (242 words)

  
 Scrapbook.com: Monochromatic Scrapbooking Explained
And, monochromatic color triangles are created by displaying the monochromatic scales of shades, tones, and tints.
Traditional monochromatic packs offer a group with one true color and four tints totaling five different papers with intensities from light to dark.
Different from the white tints in the Monochromatic Multi-Pack line, these colors are based on grey tones.
www.scrapbook.com /jillsplace/04-06-04.htm   (242 words)

  
 Madico
Madico auto tints are available in a variety of shades and colors making it easy to accent the look of your car, while taking advantage of the pinnacle of tint technology.
Onyx® and Charcool® tints represent the richest black and truest gray you can find in a car tint, while providing nearly 100% UV protection, and blocking over 66% of the sun's heat.
Madico's decades of auto tint experience have allowed us to introduce films we believe to be the finest available, both aesthetically and functionally.
www.madico.com /Automotive.htm   (261 words)

  
 Name badges and ID badges, plaques and certificates, printed coasters made by SNA
A further bonus is that the number of print colours, tints and shades you choose has no additional cost implications – quite simply, there are no extra charges for additional colours, tints or set-up … and every product we supply can be personalised with a recipient's name – even individual coasters and paperweights.
Since 1983 Stewart Norman Associates have been making aluminium coasters, calendar coasters, conference and ID badges, plaques, paperweights, desk name plates, certificates, aluminium labels … and providing a specialised calligraphy and certificate framing service.
"SNA have supplied Deep Pan Pizza with Plaques, Certificates and Names Badges for 2 of our Company Conferences.
www.stewartnorman.co.uk   (310 words)

  
 Colour
Colour - Information about primary and secondary colours as well as warm colours, cool colours, shades and tints.
Colour - Information about primary, secondary and tertiary colours, complementary colours, the colour wheel and tints.
Colour Palette - Information and interactive activities about colour from the National Gallery of Canada.
www.teachers.ash.org.au /jmresources/colour/links.html   (310 words)

  
 Colour
Colour - Information about primary and secondary colours as well as warm colours, cool colours, shades and tints.
Colour - Information about primary, secondary and tertiary colours, complementary colours, the colour wheel and tints.
Select a picture, a brush size and a colour and use your mouse to paint.
www.teachers.ash.org.au /jmresources/colour/links.html   (310 words)

  
 Sanford & A Lifetime of Color: Study Art
Foohy® double-ended markers have both tints and shades of colors in one marker?
One usually makes tints by mixing a color with different amounts of white.
Sanford & A Lifetime of Color: Study Art
www.sanford-artedventures.com /study/g_tint.html   (34 words)

  
 Haus der Orientteppiche - Abdullah
While some of us will choose the cheerful tones of Samerkand (East-Turkestan) or the mild tints of Chinese rugs.
Some people will find the magnificent shades of the Persian rugs attractive, others will prefer the bright colors of the Caucasian rugs.
In the classical/old Chinese rugs only a few tints were used (2-3) but they understood how to achieve a genuine effect.
www.abdullahs.net /Info/english/Rug9704.html   (34 words)

  
 GLORIA FOSS - Full Color Excerpts
Ring #1 contains the standard spectrum colors, and Ring #2 contains their tints.
However, the dark shades in Ring # 3 are found through mixing complementary colors across the color wheel, rather than adding black to darken the spectrum colors.
In Ring #4, the shades are lifted with white so all are the same value.
oilcollage.com /color2.htm   (138 words)

  
 Orange Soil
It is important to note that, throughout the mission Evans has been conscious of variations in shades and tints and has reported his impressions.
By this time I was absolutely convinced that Jack and I could see the definitive color delineation between the orange and the gray (at Shorty), but I was concerned that Ron was being influenced by the power of suggestion.
And, when Gene and I got back into orbit, we were able to confirm and I mapped quite extensive regions of the orange and other colors.
www.hq.nasa.gov /office/pao/History/alsj/a17/a17.sta4.html   (8287 words)

  
 The Brotherhood of Light (White Brotherhood) - Courses
The light of the ideas presented in these courses shines brightly while the waves of compassion shimmer and have colors with tints and shades (the three color groups are [1] orange, peach, and white, [2] azure, cerulean, and royal blue, and [3] turquoise, deep emerald and leaf green).
Others study spiritual growth, and build worlds that are way stations like the Temples of Wisdom, analyze consciousness from a variety of perspectives, and compare souls and worlds using a variety of themes.
The Brotherhood of Light welcomes all who bring knowledge and good will.
www.templesofwisdom.org /wisdom/courses.html   (494 words)

  
 13518.txt
The scene was occasionally enlivened by the bright purple tints of the dogwood, blended with the browner shades of the dwarf birch and frequently intermixed with the gay yellow flowers of the shrubby cinquefoil.
Scarcity of Provisions, and Discontent of the Canadian Voyagers.
In the evening his voyagers were entertained with a dance in which the Canadians exhibited some grace and much agility; and they contrived to infuse some portion of their activity and spirits into the steps of their female companions.
www.ibiblio.org /pub/docs/books/gutenberg/1/3/5/1/13518/13518.txt   (18714 words)

  
 History and Practice of the Art of Photography - Chapter IX
The original calotype picture, like the photographic one described in the last chapter, is negative, that is to say, it has its lights and shades reversed, giving the whole an appearance not conformable to nature.
Talbot does not recommend, for although it takes a much longer time to take a copy on the photogenic paper, yet the tints of such copy are generally more harmonious and agreeable.
In preparing the Calotype paper, it is necessary to be extremely careful, not only to prevent the daylight from impringing upon it, but also to exclude, if possible, the strong glare of the candle or lamp.
www.worldwideschool.org /library/books/tech/photography/HistoryandPracticeoftheArtofPhotography/chap10.html   (2776 words)

  
 The Ruby-throated Humming-bird
The prairies, the fields, the orchards and gardens, nay, the deepest shades of the forests, are all visited in their turn, and everywhere the little bird meets with pleasure and with food.
The female differs from the male in wanting the brilliant patch on the throat, which is white, as are the under parts generally, and in having the three lateral tail-feathers tipped with the same colour.
Throat, sides of the head, and fore neck, carmine-purple, spotted with black, varying to crimson, orange, and deep black.
www.audubon.org /bird/BoA/F24_G1c.html   (3065 words)

  
 The Colour Purple
Shades and tints of purple and violet such as mauve, lilac and lavender will help to calm you and make you more approachable.
Purple is a colour of power, combining and balancing the two extremes of the electro- magnetic spectrum, the vibrant energy of red and the calm of blue, hot and cold.
Purple has continued to be used to adorn the altars and lecterns to match the vestments of priests in the Greek and Russian Orthodox churches, Roman Catholic and Church of England.
homepage.ntlworld.com /alienor/Purple.htm   (3065 words)

  
 Slow Worm Identification
The background colour of a male slow worm may be grey, buff, or various shades of brown, sometimes with tints of red or olive.
Slow worms can be enormously beneficial to gardeners by eating many garden pests, especially slugs, and can be encouraged by keeping a compost heap and leaving large rocks amongst flowerbeds of vegetable patches to provide them with refuge.
Female slow worms are typically brown, bronze or copper, with relatively darker flanks and often have a dark vertebral stripe running the length of the back.
www.onewildworld.co.uk /reptiles/anguisfragilis.htm   (988 words)

  
 Exercises For The Eye
IT IS estimated that the human eye is capable of distinguishing 100,000 different colors, or hues, and twenty shades or tints of each hue, making a total of 2,000,000 color sensations which may be discriminated.
Physical stimuli embrace all external excitants of whatever nature — light, heat, sound, odor, and every variety of chemical, mechanical, and galvanic irritant.
" perfect power of continued and exclusive concentration comes at last to be second nature.
www.oldandsold.com /articles32n/will-power-9.shtml   (2910 words)

  
 AVIFAUNA - Picchio Verde. . . l'altro web site
Small; tail short or, if long, graduated; many species have a black subterminal spot on the rectrices; plumage colors usually shades of brown with tints of grays, buffs and tawny.
Female lacks the black areas on the head and tips of primaries are dusky.
Back green; forehead to nape gray; a glossy black streak from lores through eye to side of crown, continued as a broad band or collar across the chest; chin, throat, ear coverts buffy white; breast to belly whitish; flanks greenish; underwings golden yellow; eye brown.
www.scricciolo.com /classificazione/passeriformes17.htm   (5583 words)

  
 Sanford & A Lifetime of Color: Study Art
You can get different values of a color by mixing its shades and tints.
Value is the lightness or darkness of a color.
Sanford & A Lifetime of Color: Study Art
www.sanford-artedventures.com /study/g_value.html   (31 words)

  
 Notebook
326] [Other Professional Essays, include: Crispness/Sharp-Before Toning; Depth of Light Tints; Depth/Transparent Medium; Facility of Execution; Finish; Gem-like Quality; Life in Inanimate Things; Means & End of Art; Natural Contrasts; Natural Harmonies; Necessity for Definitions; Negative Lights and Shades; Remedies; Space; Toning to Mitigate Crudeness; Transparent Painting; Vehicle for Shadows]
"We have grown accustomed to speak offhandedly of "modern literature," of the "modern temper," and even of "the modern," but until recently we have not made much effort to analyze the meaning of this term that we find so useful.
The modern is not like the reassuring landscape of the past, open and invadable everywhere.
www.noteaccess.com /Texts   (31 words)

  
 colour - elements and principles of design
If this colour wheel is placed in the middle of a cylinder with progressively darker shades of all those colours below and progressively lighter tints above, the cylinder would contain every possible colour!
Some books will refer to tertiary colours as a mixture of the three primaries and only break the colour wheel into six colours (primaries and secondaries).
The 12 part colour wheel below is based on the three primary colours ( Red, Yellow and Blue) placed evenly around a circle.
www.johnlovett.com /colour.htm   (31 words)

  
 colour - elements and principles of design
In this illustration the compound mixtures between red and green are shown, as are tints and shades of the colour wheel.
Between the three primaries are the secondary colours (Green, Orange and Violet) which are mixtures of the two primaries they sit between.
All the browns, khakis and earth colours are compound colours
www.johnlovett.com /colour.htm   (31 words)

  
 mezzoblue  §  Colour Schemes
Basic colour theory concepts like split complementary and triadic colour schemes offer a wide range of variation, particularly when you start throwing in shades, tints, and saturation adjustments.
Matching involves starting with an image or an object (usually a photograph) and picking colours from within to generate a colour scheme.
Con : being too technical can lead to dull and uninspired colour choice.
www.mezzoblue.com /archives/2004/05/14/colour_schem   (31 words)

  
 Color Value
Shades are the relative darkness of a color and Tints are the relative lightness of a color.
It is important to note Intensity of a color here because a value of, lets say, red can be the same as a medium tone of that same color.
This is the darkness or lightness of a particular color.
facweb.cs.depaul.edu /sgrais/color_value.htm   (31 words)

  
 Sanford & A Lifetime of Color: Study Art
You can get different values of a color by mixing its shades and tints.
Value is the lightness or darkness of a color.
Sanford & A Lifetime of Color: Study Art
www.sanford-artedventures.com /study/g_value.html   (31 words)

  
 Color Theory Lesson Plan
Have students bring in a visual example from a magazine of the use of complimentary colors, tints, or shades and to explain how color is being used in the image.
Students work on their color spectrum strip and color grid painting, a five minutes break 30 minutes into this time period for water and restroom, walk around and have the rest of the students show me their homework assignment.
The Primary colors, red, blue and yellow are colors that are not created from any other combination of colors.
www.mumstudents.org /%7Ematkinson/lpscolor.html   (979 words)

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