This is a similar worksheet to my value scale handout, but it introduces students to using color as value. Just as we use pressure in regular pencil to create different shades, we can use colored pencil to do the same.
In this worksheet, I have three value scales. Students choose a pair of complementary colors, show value with them individually, then blend them in the center to mix a neutral value scale.
This is a two-page PDF file: one is blank and the other is filled in using a pair of complements as an example.
Original Value Scale (Grayscale) Found Here
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