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Color Theory

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Jackie Davidson

on 19 August 2015

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Transcript of Color Theory

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Colors
Secondary:
Tertiary:
Colors used to combine to make a range of colors =
Red
Yellow
Blue
A color made by mixing two primary colors =
Orange
Green
Violet
A color made by mixing either one primary color with one secondary color, or two secondary colors =
red-violet
blue-green
yellow-orange
Colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel
The high contrast of complementary colors creates a vibrant look, especially when used at full saturation
Work well when you want something to stand out
Complementary Colors:
Monochromatic Colors:
All the tints and shades of a single hue
Triadic colors:
3 colors evenly spaced around the color wheel
Analogous colors
Colors next to each other on the color wheel
Split-Complementary colors:
Picking a color, and looking directly across at its complement, then using the colors on either side of its complement
Tint
Shade
Tone
Adding
WHITE
to a color to make it lighter
Adding
BLACK
to a color to make it darker
Adding
GRAY
to a color to make it neutral
Warm vs. Cool colors
Warm:

Cool:
energetic and vivid; advance in space
Give an impression of calm; soothing
Painting:
Primary:
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