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Color Theory

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Cory Oberndorfer

on 4 May 2015

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Transcript of Color Theory

HUE
VALUE
SATURATION
SCHEMES
INTERACTIONS
PERCEPTION
PSYCHOLOGY
COMPOSITION
SUBTRACTIVE
MEDIA

ADDITIVE
MEDIA

DESIGN
FINE
ART

primary
secondary
tertiary
color
wheel
HUE:
The color quality identified by color names.
The colors that can be seen in the rainbow.
shade
tint
VALUE:
The degree of lightness or
darkness of a color.
"brightness"
SATURATION:
The relative purity of a color.
"intensity"
monochromatic
analogous
complementary
triadic
split
complementary
double
complementary
tetradic
(rectangle)
tetradic
(square)
COLOR
THEORY

simultaneous
contrast
transparency effect
bezold effect
divisionism
pointillism
color constancy
warm
cool
anger
kindness
creativity
happiness
peace
acceptance
refreshment
contemplation
expressionism:
using color to
express emotion
rather than
visual truth
spatial perception
atmospheric perspective
chiaroscuro
color unity,
limited palette
emphasis
dye: coloring material dissolved in
a liquid solvent
pigment: powder suspended in a
medium such as oil or acrylic

dyes are absorbed
pigments sit on the surface
four-color
process
cyan
magenta
yellow
black (key)
three components of paint

pigment:
finely ground particles that form the colorant
binder:
fluid medium that serves to adhere the pigment to a surface
solvent:
liquid that dilutes or extends the paint
inherent value
Local Color:
the color of an object
as read under average
lighting conditions
local vs.
expressionistic
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