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Color Theory

Author : Patti Mollica
ISBN : 9781600583025
Genre : Art
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Cover subtitle: An Essential guide to color-- from basic principles to practical applications.
Category: Art

Contemporary Color Theory And Use

Author : Steven Bleicher
ISBN : 1401837409
Genre : Art
File Size : 89.94 MB
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This beautifully produced and lavishly illustrated introduction to contemporary color offers working artists valuable insight into traditional color theory while examining the effective use of color in digital applications and 3D design work. Written by a leading design educator whose work is widely exhibited, Contemporary Color features a balanced examination of theory and its practical application in a technology-driven world. Topics range from color perception, color harmonies, pigments, colorants, and paints to digital color and 3D design. An intriguing discussion of the psychological impact of color and the future of color add a stimulating dimension to the book. Thoughtful contributions on creativity and best practices round out the inclusive coverage.
Category: Art

The Basic Law Of Color Theory

Author : Harald Küppers
ISBN : MINN:31951000034764L
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Describes the nature of color, explains how the human eye works, and discusses color mixing, color in art, and the interaction between light and color perception
Category: Technology & Engineering

Erwin Schr Dinger S Color Theory

Author : Keith K. Niall
ISBN : 9783319646213
Genre : Science
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This book presents the most complete translation to date of Erwin Schrödinger’s work on colorimetry. In his work Schrödinger proposed a projective geometry of color space, rather than a Euclidean line-element. He also proposed new (at the time) colorimetric methods – in detail and at length - which represented a dramatic conceptual shift in colorimetry. Schrödinger shows how the trichromatic (or Young-Helmholtz) theory of color and the opponent-process (or Hering) theory of color are formally the same theory, or at least only trivially different. These translations of Schrödinger’s bold concepts for color space have a fresh resonance and importance for contemporary color theory.
Category: Science

Applying Color Theory To Digital Media And Visualization

Author : Theresa-Marie Rhyne
ISBN : 9781498765503
Genre : Computers
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This book provides an overview of the application of color theory concepts to digital media and visualization. It highlights specific color concepts like color harmony and shows how to apply the concept with case study examples and usage of actual online and mobile color tools. Color deficiencies are reviewed and discussed are color tools for examining how a specific color map design will look to someone with the deficiency. Other books on color examine artists' use of color, color management, or color science. This book applies fundamental color concepts to digital media and visualization solutions. It is intended for digital media and visualization content creators and developers.
Category: Computers

Color Theory And Modeling For Computer Graphics Visualization And Multimedia Applications

Author : Haim Levkowitz
ISBN : 9780792399285
Genre : Computers
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Color Theory and Modeling for Computer Graphics, Visualization, and Multimedia Applications deals with color vision and visual computing. This book provides an overview of the human visual system with an emphasis on color vision and perception. The book then goes on to discuss how human color vision and perception are applied in several applications using computer-generated displays, such as computer graphics and information and data visualization. Color Theory and Modeling for Computer Graphics, Visualization, and Multimedia Applications is suitable as a secondary text for a graduate-level course on computer graphics, computer imaging, or multimedia computing and as a reference for researchers and practitioners developing computer graphics and multimedia applications.
Category: Computers

Color Theory For The Makeup Artist

Author : Katie Middleton
ISBN : 9781351380546
Genre : Art
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Color Theory for the Make-up Artist: Understanding Color and Light for Beauty and Special Effects analyzes and explains traditional color theory for fine artists and applies it to the make-up artist. This book is suitable for both professionals and beginners who wish to train their eye further to understand and recognize distinctions in color. It explains why we see color, how to categorize and identify color, relationships between colors, and it relates these concepts to beauty and special effects make-up. The book teaches the reader how to mix flesh tones by using only primary colors, and explains how these colors in paints and make-up are sourced and created. It also discusses the reason for variations in skin colors and undertones, and how to identify and match these using make-up, while choosing flattering colors for the eyes, lips, and cheeks. Colors found inside the body are explained for special effects make-up, like why we bruise, bleed, or appear sick. Ideas and techniques are also described for painting prosthetics, in addition to using color as inspiration in make-up designs. The book also discusses how lighting affects color on film, television, theater, and photography sets, and how to properly light a workspace for successful applications.
Category: Art

On Vision And Colors Color Sphere

Author : Arthur Schopenhauer
ISBN : 9781616890056
Genre : Design
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During the first two decades of the nineteenth century, two of the most significant theoretical works on color since Leonardo da Vinci's Trattato della Pittura were written and published in Germany: Arthur Schopenhauer's On Vision and Colors and Philipp Otto Runge's Color Sphere. For Schopenhauer, vision is wholly subjective in nature and characterized by processes that cross over into the territory of philosophy. Runge's Color Sphere and essay "The Duality of Color" contained one of the first attempts to depict a comprehensive and harmonious color system in three dimensions. Runge intended his color sphere to be understood not as a product of art, but rather as a "mathematical figure of various philosophical reflections." By bringing these two visionary color theories together within a broad theoretical context—philosophy, art, architecture, and design—this volume uncovers their enduring influence on our own perception of color and the visual world around us.
Category: Design

Color Theory

Author : Aeeshah Clottey
ISBN : 1950580415
Genre : Social Science
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"Color Theory" is semi-rewrite and a republished of the book, "Beyond Fear" that we wrote in 1998. In this version, we have changed the name of "Beyond Fear" to "Color Theory". We dared to believe that race and the devastating effects of racism could be healed. We asked our readers to consider that the concept of "race" is an illusion. We have spent years in conversation with many people sharing our view that the concept of race does not exist. We had the audacity to believe that we are all human beings and that we are different, only the color of our skin, our language and our culture. We learned very quickly that the world was not ready to explore the concept of color, language or culture; in 1998 when our book, "Beyond Fear" was published. The idea that race is an illusion that we made up is an idea that we the people have chosen not to examine - and accept. In 1998, Bill Clinton, the President of the United States of America called for a dialogue on race. We only engaged in the dialogue superficially. In 2008 the citizens of the United States elected Barack Obama the first President of color to lead what many consider the most powerful Nation in the world. The citizens of the United States expressed that the United States was in a post-racial world. However, we continued to hold our monthly Racial Healing Circles, hoping that indeed we were in a post-racial world. Then in 2016 the Citizens of the United States of America elected Donald Trump to be the President and his constituency began to express ideas grounded in racism, fear and division. The last Wednesday of November, 2016 - the Racial Healing Circle that we had been holding monthly for the past 30 years was packed. Most participants' came to tell their story about their inability to move beyond fear, due to their own belief in fear and division.
Category: Social Science