Color Theory for the Make-Up Artist

Color Theory for the Makeup Artist tạm dịch là Nguyên lý màu sắc dành cho nghệ sĩ trang điểm là cuốn sách không chỉ là quyển sách gối đầu nằm cho nghệ sĩ chuyên nghiệp mà còn là cẩm nang làm đẹp cho quý bà.

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English | Trang điểm | Katie Middleton | 169 trang | PDF  | 9,3 MB

CONTENT

Acknowledgments
Foreword
Introduction

Chapter 1: Color Theory

Why We See Color

The Visible Spectrum

Classifying Color

The color Wheel
Warm and Cool Colors
Primary Colors
Secondary Colors
Tertiary Colors

Color Relationships

Complementary Colors
Analogous Colors
Triadic Colors
Split-Complementary Colors
Tetradic Colors
Square Color Scheme

The Three Attributes of Color

Hue
Value
Intensity
Munsell Color System
Categorizing Color

Mixing Color

Tints
Shades and Tones
Monochromatic Colors
Achromatic Colors
Darkening Hues without Using Black
Lightening Hues without Using White
Color Constancy

Color Systems

RYB Color System
CMY Color System
RGB Color System
Additive and Subtractive Color

Optical Illusions is Color

Contrasting with Black and White
Simultaneous Contrast
Optical Color Mixtures
Afterimages
Impressionism

Chapter 2:  Pigments and Dyes

What are Pigments and Dyes?

Pigments
Dyes
Examples of Pigments and Dyes
Pigments and Dyes in Make-Up

Chararteristirs of Pigments

Organic and inorganic Pigments
Transparency and Opacity
Pigment Variations and Mixtures

Chapter 3: Flesh Tones

Pigments in Skin
Making Flesh Tones from Primary Pigments
Color Breakdowns

Chapter 4: Applying Color Theory to Beauty Make-up

Make-Up Base Colors

Undertones
Foundation Matching
Translucenry and Opacity
Layering Colors
Coloied Powders
Concealers
Color Correction
Tattoo Covers
Covering or Creating Beard Shadows
Shadows and Highlights

Adding Color: Eyes, Cheeks and Lips

Eyeliner
Eyeshadow
Mascara
Eyebrows
Blush
Bronzer
Artificial Tans
Lips

Make-Up Design

Breaking the Rules
Things to Consider

Chapter 5: Applying Color Theory to Special Effects Make-Up

Colors in the Body

The Circulatory System
Blood
Burns
Sunburn
Bruises
Scars
Cold and Frrostbitc
Sickness and Death
Dirt and Mud
Tattoos
Teeth

Painting Prosthetic Appliances

Stippling
Intrinsic Color
When to Add Black

Color Inspiration for Character Design

Psychological Effects of Color
Inspiration: Colon in Nature

Chapter 6: How Lighting Affects Color

Lighling Your Workspace

Natural Light
Color Temperature of Light
Light Bulbs
Color Rendering Index
Make-Up Rooms and Trailers

Colors Lighting

Three Chararteristics of Colored Light
Colored Gels
Adding Warm light
Adding Cool Light

Lighting for theater

Lighting for Film and Television

Three Point Lighting
Problems with Color and Make-Up in Early Film

Lighting tor Photography

Natural Light
Artificial Light
Flash Photography

Color Grading

Conclusion
bibliography
Glossary
Index

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