Before this art activity, we learned how the color we see is mixed and formed, integrating with the science class.
By mixing colors of paints and lights, students could differentiate between subtractive and additive color synthesis. In this activity down below is
activity which they can experience subtractive color synthesis.
- Students chose several colors they want to gradate with their group members. Then they mixed the color of crayon or paint.
- Then using the color variation they noticed, they cut the color papers or draw circles on the black mammoth paper.
This can also serve as a great decoration for the classroom!