You will need to complete the following:
...In Colored Pencil
•Fill in a value scale for one color – starting from white ending with the darkest version of the color. There should be 6 different stages in total.
•Render a Cube with 3 shades of the same color.
•Experiment with developing a value scale with two complimentary colors.
•Shade a cube with 3 analogous colors
•Develop a value scale by creating a shade of one color ending with black.
•Develop a value scale by creating a tone of one color ending with grey.
•Fill in a color wheel with primary, secondary, and tertiary colors
...with Drawing Pencils
•A value scale (with 10 individual frames) from darkest dark to pure white.
•Shade a cube using the different values from the scale
•Shade a cone
•Shade in a cylinder
•Draw an Entopic Graphomania on a single piece of paper with lines of various degrees of intensity
...with BOTH Oil and Soft Pastels
•Shade a cube by blending your pastels with a finger or paper towel
•Using the same process, shade a cone
•Using the same process, shade a cylinder
•Develop a value scale with 2 different colors
•Develop a value scale with 1 color
•Develop a value scale with 2 warm or cool colors
•One a separate paper, create a color triangle with the primary colors at each corner blending with each other
...with Watercolor Paint
•Create a color wheel like the one used with colored pencils on a piece of watercolor paper (ask Mr. England for one)
•Trace circle and label areas for different colors.
•Color in your primary colors
•Mix your colors with a little water and one other primary color to make your secondary color.
•Mix your secondary color with a primary color and a little water to make a tertiary color
•Paint a value scale with one primary color (10 squares)
•Paint a value scale with black (10 squares)