Lampadine colorate

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Un nuovo, semplice esercizio per comprendere le proprietà dei colori primari. Abbiamo copiato diverse forme di lampadine con un pennarello nero indelebile sovrapponendo i disegni come se le lampadine fossero sparse in una scatola. Ogni lampadina è infatti sovrapposta ad un’altra in modo che  i tre colori primari con cui le abbiamo dipinte, risultassero sovrapposti per formare i colori secondari.
First we painted with watercolor yellow, then red and finally we overlayed the blue.

Eventually we painted a gray stripe on the metal part of the bulb to simulate the shine of metallic material. (You could also paint a black background to bring out the colors)

 

 

 

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Oggi a Bristol

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16 commenti su “Lampadine colorate”

  1. I am always looking for new ways to teach/show colour mixing- this is perfect!! What are those pens/markers you are using? (photos 4 and 5)- I've never seen them before; they look so cool.

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