How Art affects and shapes our personality?

Hello Guys, welcome you all to my blog. Well, today, on the occasion of International Peace Day, let me present you all with a topic which will hopefully develop and shape your personality. And, being honest, according to me, when our personality gets grommed, everything else happens the best. And of course, we will get PEACE too.๐Ÿ’ซ

So, without wasting your much precious time, let’s get staaaarrrrrttttedddd….Wohooooo๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰

So, while thinking about my next blog post topic, when this idea clicked my mind, I had eventually categorised the topic into two, well the first one is for my artist friends, who are already in love with art. And the second one, is for my non-artist friends, who might have never tried or liked art. Well, I am not here to judge or to make someone’s choice superior, instead I am here to put forth my views which I have experienced after diving in the ocean of art.

So, talking further about the first category i.e my artist friends, first of all, I think you all have atleast got a rough idea about what I am going to talk. So, my friends, let me ask you a question: Since you all Guys, have experienced art and know what it is, do you all agree with my point, that art has affected and shaped our personality for a good cause?

Please do drop your views in the comments section.

Well, for those who agree with my point, I hope you all understand why I am putting stress on this topic. Art is not just a means of recreation, but also a great way of channelizing our energy and creativity to a good cause. Well, if you are a regular viewer of my blog, you all must know this fact that I was not a good artist since my childhood. Well, good is a very strong term, leave it, I was a ” terrible” artist. Whenever I used to see other students, drawing beautiful arts, I used to wonder, why I am so bad at it?

Well, time, dedication and hardwork changes everything. And the same happened with me too, I tried and tried and now I can say that I am a pretty much decent Artist. And keeping aside, the basic characteristics, my personality has developed amazingly.

Well, if any of you are thinking that I am bragging much, it’s not the case, Guys. I always take my example, to explain things because of two reasons:

1.) Your own journey is the best example.

2.) I don’t know anyone else’s story. So what’s the point, in bringing a topic, where I am not able to convince my audience.

So, I hope I am clear with my point.

So, now moving further with the next category, i.e of non-artists, who are never associated with art or don’t like art, much same like I was in childhood.

So, my friends, first of all, I must clarify, that I am not here to influence your thinking, nor I can ever do. You all are unique and special as a person. But, I can say this, that there’s nothing wrong in giving a try to creative activities. As I have discussed before, this definitely shapes your personality, but this doesn’t mean that if you’re not interested or practicing art, then you don’t a good personality.

Maybe, there would be even more interesting and personality shaping activity, which you all must be practicing and we, are not.

So, if you know any such activity, please do share in the comments section. I would be pleased to read your comments, Guys.

So that’s it, Guys. I hope it was a great read for you all. Stay connected and safe, friends.๐Ÿ˜Š

# All About Color Wheel๐ŸŒˆ

Hello, and Welcome you all to my Blog ๐Ÿฅณ..Today, I am going to discuss an interesting topic which will fill colors in your life. Any Guesses?

Well…the topic is Color Wheel.

But, before starting the topic, I request you to see the previous post of mine, where I had mentioned of conducting a virtual imaginary interview session with poets from Let’s Talk About Poets Session which is being conducted on YouTube. You can ask any question to the poet, whatever that comes in your mind, and think it in a way that if that poet was in front of you..what would you ask? I’ll be the host of the session and will conduct in a fun way, so please drop as much questions you can ask.

So, now let’s get started:

To begin with, have you ever wondered how artists and designers find the perfect color combination easily, to present their art beautifully.

Maybe, many of you, will say that color combination is not a big deal, anybody can do it. Well, I won’t argue and will say you are right, you can now think of color combination easily because you all are aware of the Color Wheel Theory, but it wasn’t the case before.

Color Theory is a practical combination of art and science that’s used to determine what colors look good together.

Science+Art= Color Theory

Sounds interesting, right?

Colors that look good together are called to be in color harmony. It was invented by Isaac Newton in 1666, who then mapped the color spectrum onto a circle.

There are two types of color wheel. The RYB or Red, Yellow and Blue Color Wheel is typically used by Artists, as it helps with combining colors. The other RGB or Red, Green and Blue color wheel is designed for online use.

# WARM AND COOL COLORS: Color Wheel can also be divided into two categories, warm and cool colors.

The warmth or coolness of a color is also known as its color temperature. According to Color Psychology, different color temperatures evoke different feelings. For example – Warm Colors are said to bring energy and enthusiasm, while cool colors are associated with serenity and isolation.

Warm Colors are the colors from Red through to Yellow. These colors bring warmth, like the Sun. Cool colors are the colors from blue to green and purple. They bring coolness, like water.

Now, let’s get to know about some terms:

1.) Hue: Hue is basically any color on the color wheel.

2.) Saturation: It is the intensity or purity of the color.

3.) Luminance: It is the amount of brightness or light in a color.

4.) Shade: Shade is a hue or mixture of pure colors to which only black is added. It contains no white or grey.

5.) Tint: Tint is the hue or mixture of a color with white, which increases lightness.

6.) Tones: Tones is a hue or mixture of pure colors to which equal amounts of black and white are added, i.e. pure grey.

# Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Colors:

There are 12 main colors in the RGB Color Wheel.

1.) Red

2.) Orange

3.) Yellow

4.) Chartreuse Green

5.) Green

6.) Spring Green

7.) Cyan

8.) Azure

9.) Blue

10.) Violet

11.) Magenta

12.) Rose

PRIMARY COLORS: In the RGB Color Wheel, these are the colors when added together, create pure white light.

Example- Red, Green and Blue

In the RYB Color Wheel, primary colors are those colors that can’t be mixed from other colors.

Example- Red, Yellow and Blue.

SECONDARY COLORS: These are the colors that result from mixing 2 primary colors.

In RGB Color Wheel, these are Cyan, Magenta and Yellow.

In RYB Color Wheel, these are purple( red mixed with blue), orange( red mixed with yellow) and green( yellow mixed with blue).

TERTIARY COLORS: These are the colors made by combining a secondary color with a primary color.

There are 6 tertiary colors.

In RGB Color Wheel, colors are:

Orange, Chartreuse Green, Spring Green, Azure, Violet and Rose.

In RYB Color Wheel, colors are:

1.) Red-Orange

2.) Yellow-Orange

3.) Yellow- Green

4.) Blue-Green

5.) Blue-Violet

6.) Red- Violet

Well.. that’s all for today ๐Ÿ˜Š

Thank You!