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COLOUR THEORY

Part 1 of 2 for Pop-Art Unit
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Miss T

on 18 March 2014

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Transcript of COLOUR THEORY

Colour Theory
VALUE: How much white or black is mixed with a colour. The value of a colour can be described as SHADES and TINTS
Tint: Add white
Shade: Add black
How does the colour wheel work?
1. PRIMARY
2. Secondary
3. Tertiary
YELLOW
BLUE
RED
These colours cannot be made by mixing other colours. They are pure hues.
These colours are made by mixing primary colours
ORANGE
GREEN
PURPLE
These colours are made by mixing a secondary colour with a primary colour. These will have one dominating primary colour in them
Yellow-orange
Yellow-green
Blue-green
Blue-purple
Red-purple
Red-orange
?
What is the technical name of pink
A TINT OF RED
What is the Technical name of Maroon
?
A SHADE OF RED
WARM/ COOL COLOURS

Colours have “temperature”
Generally we perceive warm colours to advance
and cool colours to recede
When you mix two complementary colours together it dulls it. Even (half and half) portions of each colour will make a 'muddy' colour
http://www.dmart.ca/AVI20/Notes/Colour%20Theory%20Handout.pdf
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