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Ms. weigandt color theory lesson plan
Transcript of Ms. weigandt color theory lesson plan
Green, Violet, Orange
Red, Yellow, Blue
Yellow-green, Blue-green, Blue-violet,
Red-violet, Red-orange, Yellow-orange,
Colors opposite on the color wheel
Red/Green, Blue/Orange, Yellow-green/Red-violet
A color plus the two colors on either side of it's complimentary color
Blue-green, Blue-violet, Orange
Three to five hues "touching" on the color wheel which share a common primary hue.
Blue, Blue-violet, violet, Red-violet
Using only one hue and different tints, shades, and tones of that hue.
Violet, Orange, Blue, Yellow
Hue: Another name for a pure color
A visual organization of colors
Neutrals: A hue with no association to any color
Pick a complimentary color scheme and then
use the two colors on both sides of the complimentaries
. Uses four colors
What are they?
Brown: Made by mixing the primaries or by mixing two complimentary colors.
Contrast: Extreme differences.
Light/dark. Warm/Cool. Bright/Dull
Energetic, happy, angry, calls attention
Tragic, Calm, Bitterness, Wealth