This could have impacted the pigments obtained which were then used on the TLC plate. The TLC was not too difficult to read, however, especially when looked at under a UV light. For the yellow column, there were faint bands all the way up to the top band which was located at 3cm, as you can see in figure 1. The green bands were much darker and easier to read. There were more than 5 bands preceding the darkest band which was located 2.3cm above the starting location.
Shade refers to the end color after the addition of black to a hue. The color is a darker version of itself when black is added. Intensity (also called saturation) refers to the purity of a hue or color. A pure hue is the most intense form of a given color; it is the hue at its highest saturation, in its brightest form. If any color (dark or light) is added to a pure hue, its intensity diminishes
The high saturation of the colors add more interest and the mid to low value gives it softness. Each of the people in the images are smiling faintly giving them an innocent and happy look. The colors Weems made the images into adds to the appealing look the Africans are giving off to the
Sometimes he used a solid color, or nearly no color at all. He saw his paintings as a surface on which he could experiment with tools and paper and found objects. Johns made his art to be “real”, meaning he did not believe in the representation of something as the real thing. “I like what I see to be real, or to be my idea of what is real.” Instead of painting a fork, he placed the fork on the painting. Instead of painting a hand, he would place his handprint on a piece.
Below this Prosecco is in the same font, but is smaller with more space between the letters. The ads photo style is an interesting one, but one ultimately makes sense. This photo has the bizarre mash up of being almost completely unsaturated except for a pastel blue color. The photo also includes enough
Creativity and the Artistic Temperament Culturally, the characterisation of the creative individual pertains less to an individual’s ability to be creative or their talent, and more towards conventions that society recognise as artistic temperament. Temperament refers to a prominent quality of mind. The artistic temperament is often thought of as a heightened state of emotional sensitivity that can border on the verge of instability. This temperament is thought of exhibiting signs of mental-illness. The question that arises from this relates to human nature: is creativity born from an innate artistic temperament which is all creative types inhabit in one form or another?
There was a positive reaction between sample three and Lugol’s reagent and Benedict’s reagent. Sample nine had a positive reaction with all three reagents. 7. Our hypothesis was rejected because sample nine had the most observable color change, not sample three like we
Letter to Meneoceus Epicurus’ views are the views of a hedonist; the only thing that is intrinsically good is pleasure. By pleasure, Epicurus did not mean a sexual pleasure, but the “absence of pain in the body and of trouble in the soul” (Epicurus, n.d., p. 3), which meant that pleasure is the absence of pain, so removal of pain equals pleasure. Epicurus believed that living a calm life was better than living a thrilling life. However, a calm life would be boring and without purpose compared to a thrilling life. A thrilling life does not necessarily mean creating excitement in everything one does, but living a meaningful life without being too precarious to avoid pain.
It does not grab much attention, because it is not very colorful and deranged. The sculpture image is a more classic art, therefore I believe it will catch older people 's attention. Although, the sculpture image is very dull in color it 's very rich in the message it provides. Love is strong and it can be portray by actions or even letters and words. In conclusion, I believe the sculpture is showing strong