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Elements of Design - Color

This is one of the Elements of Design.
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Allison Longcrier

on 12 February 2015

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Transcript of Elements of Design - Color

secondary Colors
secondary Colors
Violet, Green and Orange
Intermediate Colors
Intermediate Colors
Yellow-orange, red-orange, red-purple, blue-purple, blue-green and yellow-green.

Complementary Colors
Complementary Colors
A color scheme based on Complementary colors
Tetradic Colors
Tetradic Colors
A color scheme based on TWO sets of Complementary colors
Split-Complimentary Colors
Split-Complimentary Colors
A color scheme based on split-complementary colors
Analogous Colors
Analogous Colors
Analogous colors are any three colors which are side by side on a 12 part color wheel, such as yellow-green, yellow, and yellow-orange. Usually one of the three colors predominates.
Triad Colors
Triad Colors
Colors found equidistant on the color wheel, providing a very balanced color scheme.
Color
Primary Colors
Primary Colors
Red, Blue and Yellow
Monochromatic Colors
Monochromatic Colors
Are Colors that rely on only one color, with variations in intensity and value.
Color
Color
is defined in terms of three major categories:

Primary
Secondary
Intermediate (tertiary) colors
Complementary colors are any two colors which are directly opposite each other. In the comic above, there are several variations of green and red.
These opposing colors create maximum contrast and maximum stability.
Tetradic Colors are any four colors which are directly opposite each other (Basically,
TWO Sets of Complementary Colors such as red and green and yellow and blue).
These opposing colors create maximum contrast and maximum stability.
Are three colors opposite of one color on the color wheel, providing high color contrast, but not as predictable as complementary colors.
A color scheme based on analogous colors
A color scheme based on Triad colors
A color scheme based on Monochrome colors
Color
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