Warm and Cool Lights How Light Effect Color on Canvas Analysis Essay

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The topic I pick is "How light effect color on canvas." I need a short outline or summary for me at first to turn in first. Include AT LEAST three sources of information. These may be books, articles, web sites, or people.

Tools I have for this project are 2 lights that have warm and cool light, color paint, and canvas.

And then a one-page write-up/drawing of the project topic following the idea. detail are in PDF attached below.

Final, a PPT that can explain to the class about my topic. Include an out line/ notes for presentation.


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Final Project Rubrics E.D. Freeland Rubrics for the five parts of the final project. Total of 42 points Contents I. Topic: 2 points 1 II. Summary and sources: 4 points 1 III. Up-Goer V: 12 points 2 IV. Final presentation: 24 points 3 I. TOPIC: 2 POINTS Assignment: Turn in a minimum of one possible project topic with a brief, few-sentence, description. 2 1 complete assignment on time II. 0 - turned in but not adequate; - or, complete assignment but turned in within one week late not turned in within a week SUMMARY AND SOURCES: 4 POINTS Assignment: I will need a short outline or summary of your project. You must include AT LEAST three sources of information. These may be books, articles, web sites, or people. 4 complete, on time 3 -weak summary, three sources, on time 2 - not adequate, e.g. less than three sources, project description too short/vague; - or, complete assignment but within one week late 1 - missing sources or summary; - or, complete assignment but within one week late 0 over two weeks late 2 III. UP-GOER V: 12 POINTS Create a one-page write-up/drawing of your project topic following the idea of Theo Sanderson and using only the 1,000 most common words in the English language. Check out his version of the Saturn V Rocket (Links to an external site.). A great tool to help you is the Up-Goer Five text editor (Links to an external site.). Some TIPS: Including a diagram or sketch can be very helpful. Use simple grammar, short sentences. It’s easier to deal with the simple vocabulary when your sentences are also simple. Break up your description (of whatever) into small pieces. Again, it’s easier to deal with the simple vocabulary if the steps you are describing are simple. points: task 4 3 2 3: Length – – Approx 1 page 3: Using 1000 common words – – 6: Description of Project Main points clearly explained. Most of the project explained, clear. 1 0 Approx 3/4 to 1/2 page less than a 1/2 page text w/in 1000 most common words one or two words “wrong” spirit of the assignment ignored! About 1/2 of the project explained, clear. Less than 1/2 of the project explained Less than 1/4 of the project explained 3 IV. FINAL PRESENTATION: 24 POINTS Assignment: Give a 5 - 10 min presentation on your topic to the class. Presentations always take longer than planned. Other students will have questions and this will inevitably lengthen your presentation. Try to keep it short! Although the paper length and presentation time are relatively short, remember that this is a college-level class, and I expect college level work. This means you should go beyond merging information from a few webpages or copying an experiment shown on YouTube or Vimeo. Those are starting points, but make sure to put something of yourself in the work as well analyze, synthesize, ask questions, extend the ideas and work. If you need help with this talk with me or send me an email. mostly clear steps and result or info researched clear steps and result or info researched Excellent synth, questions, or ext, ideas Good in two, acceptable in third The project: clear steps/analysis or topic point well (12 points) Includes analysis, synthesis, applications, questions/ideas for extensions of the work (4 points) Presentation: logic and visual grammar; good use of visuals/demos; clear, enthusiastic delivery (4 points) good in one, acceptable in two OR acceptable in all three Good/some synth, questions, or ext, ideas topic, scope, intro facts mostly given and explained 3(9) topic, scope, intro facts all given and explained 4 (12) The set-up: Topic, scope, intro (4 points) Task / Points acceptable in one or two (poor in one or two) Minor synth, questions, or ext, ideas steps/result/info about 50-50 clearly explained topic, scope, intro facts partially given, not explained; e.g. just listed 2(6) Poor in all three, but attempt made No synthesis but some questions, possibly from other sources They did something but it’s unclear what. Some attempt made. 1(3) No presentation given. None discussed. No project! (beyond basic facts from class) No introduction given 0 4 Final Project Rubrics E.D. Freeland Rubrics for the five parts of the final project. Total of 42 points Contents I. Topic: 2 points 1 II. Summary and sources: 4 points 1 III. Up-Goer V: 12 points 2 IV. Final presentation: 24 points 3 I. TOPIC: 2 POINTS Assignment: Turn in a minimum of one possible project topic with a brief, few-sentence, description. 2 1 complete assignment on time II. 0 - turned in but not adequate; - or, complete assignment but turned in within one week late not turned in within a week SUMMARY AND SOURCES: 4 POINTS Assignment: I will need a short outline or summary of your project. You must include AT LEAST three sources of information. These may be books, articles, web sites, or people. 4 complete, on time 3 -weak summary, three sources, on time 2 - not adequate, e.g. less than three sources, project description too short/vague; - or, complete assignment but within one week late 1 - missing sources or summary; - or, complete assignment but within one week late 0 over two weeks late 2 III. UP-GOER V: 12 POINTS Create a one-page write-up/drawing of your project topic following the idea of Theo Sanderson and using only the 1,000 most common words in the English language. Check out his version of the Saturn V Rocket (Links to an external site.). A great tool to help you is the Up-Goer Five text editor (Links to an external site.). Some TIPS: Including a diagram or sketch can be very helpful. Use simple grammar, short sentences. It’s easier to deal with the simple vocabulary when your sentences are also simple. Break up your description (of whatever) into small pieces. Again, it’s easier to deal with the simple vocabulary if the steps you are describing are simple. points: task 4 3 2 3: Length – – Approx 1 page 3: Using 1000 common words – – 6: Description of Project Main points clearly explained. Most of the project explained, clear. 1 0 Approx 3/4 to 1/2 page less than a 1/2 page text w/in 1000 most common words one or two words “wrong” spirit of the assignment ignored! About 1/2 of the project explained, clear. Less than 1/2 of the project explained Less than 1/4 of the project explained 3 IV. FINAL PRESENTATION: 24 POINTS Assignment: Give a 5 - 10 min presentation on your topic to the class. Presentations always take longer than planned. Other students will have questions and this will inevitably lengthen your presentation. Try to keep it short! Although the paper length and presentation time are relatively short, remember that this is a college-level class, and I expect college level work. This means you should go beyond merging information from a few webpages or copying an experiment shown on YouTube or Vimeo. Those are starting points, but make sure to put something of yourself in the work as well analyze, synthesize, ask questions, extend the ideas and work. If you need help with this talk with me or send me an email. mostly clear steps and result or info researched clear steps and result or info researched Excellent synth, questions, or ext, ideas Good in two, acceptable in third The project: clear steps/analysis or topic point well (12 points) Includes analysis, synthesis, applications, questions/ideas for extensions of the work (4 points) Presentation: logic and visual grammar; good use of visuals/demos; clear, enthusiastic delivery (4 points) good in one, acceptable in two OR acceptable in all three Good/some synth, questions, or ext, ideas topic, scope, intro facts mostly given and explained 3(9) topic, scope, intro facts all given and explained 4 (12) The set-up: Topic, scope, intro (4 points) Task / Points acceptable in one or two (poor in one or two) Minor synth, questions, or ext, ideas steps/result/info about 50-50 clearly explained topic, scope, intro facts partially given, not explained; e.g. just listed 2(6) Poor in all three, but attempt made No synthesis but some questions, possibly from other sources They did something but it’s unclear what. Some attempt made. 1(3) No presentation given. None discussed. No project! (beyond basic facts from class) No introduction given 0 4 ...
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HOW LIGHT AFFECTS COLOR ON CANVAS

A bright white light can be split into a variety of
colors (spectrum of colors).

Such colors can be warm or cool.
Warm light colors include blue and violet while cool
colors include orange and yellow (Barnes, 2011)

Warm and Cool Colors
Warm and Colors originate from artificial objects including the lamps and bulbs.
When warm light strikes a color painted on the canvas, it creates a dark shadow
When cool light from a lamp strikes a painted canvas, it appears more brighter ...

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