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Color: Primary, Secondary, Tertiary, Warm and Cool Colors

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Tasia Rosas

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Color: Primary, Secondary, Tertiary, Warm and Cool Colors
Primary Colors
Primary colors are colors that CAN'T be made by mixing together other colors, but they can be used to make other colors.

There are THREE primary colors:
RED
,
YELLOW
and
BLUE
Secondary Colors
Secondary colors can be made by mixing TWO PRIMARY COLORS.

Secondary colors are:
GREEN
,
ORANGE
and
PURPLE
Tertiary Colors
TERTIARY COLORS are created by mixing a SECONDARY color+ a PRIMARY COLOR.

They include:
orange-yellow
,
yellow-green
,
blue-green
,
violet-blue
,
red-violet
, and red-orange.
Warm Colors
Warm colors include: red, red-orange, orange, yellow-orange, yellow, and red-violet.

Warm colors create feelings of:
happiness, warmth (obviously), heat, sunlight, coziness. OR anger.
Cool Colors:
Cool colors include: yellow-green, green, blue-green, blue, blue-violet, and violet.

Color colors can sometimes make people feel sad, or relaxed. They may be used to represent night, winter, oceans, and other "cool" scenes.
What is a silhouette?
A silhouette is the dark shape or outline of someone or something.
Silhouette Warm and Cool Art
Before you begin, first decide:
Will you create a
warm
or a
cool
piece?
Consider
: Is your setting during the day or night? Summer or winter?
What is your
subject
going to be? People, trees, animals, or a city?
Write a proposal
for your piece (answer the questions above). Once your concept is ready, you can begin!





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