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Color Theory

Our presentation on color theory.
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Jacob Vega

on 29 January 2015

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Transcript of Color Theory

Color Theory
Green
Positives: color of good, excitement, nature
Color Theory
What colors do we use?
Are formed by mixing both a primary and a secondary color.
Colors are Yellow-orange, red-orange, red-purple, blue-purple, blue-green & yellow-green.
Tertiary Colors
are the main colors.
The colors being red, blue, and orange.
Jacob Vega, Sanders Gutierrez,
Color theory is guidance to color mixing and effects of combinations. It is commonly used in painting and other jobs.
Matthew Hernandez
Secondary Colors
Colors formed by mixing the primary colors.
Colors are green, orange and purple.
Primary Colors
can't be mixed or formed by any other color.
Matthew Stinks!
Negatives: color of sickness
Red
Positives: color of restaurants, apples,
Negatives: color of Danger, evil, blood, alarm
The two colors we are using to explain are green and red.
We chose these colors because they are common to find, and because (on the tertiary color wheel,) they are directly across from each other.
Impact o
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Colors
Color Wheel
A circle that is based on the colors red,blue, and yellow. Sir Isaac Newton developed the first diagram of colors in 1666.
The impact of colors on people could be important on what message you want to give.
For example,
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because together, they make you hungry.
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