2 Hue, Value, and Intensity. ColorHue, Value, and Intensity.Picture: Dave Chihuly
3 Color has the major Dimensions: Hue, Value and Saturation. Hue: The particular wavelength of spectrum color (prism) to which we give a name. Hue is what we commonly call color.
4 Value The Relative lightness or darkness of a color. Tints: a color + WhiteShades: a color + Black
5 Saturation(Also called intensity and chroma): the purity of a hue (or color). A pure Hue is the most intense form of a given color.
6 Based on 12 pure hues originally discovered by Sir Isaac Newton: Pigment Color System(The color wheel)Based on 12 pure hues originally discovered by Sir Isaac Newton:Primaries: (R,Y,B) pigment hues which cannot be produced by intermixing other huesSecondaries: (O,G,V) mixtures of two primariesTertiary: (RO, YO, YG, BG, BV, RV)
7 Color TemperatureWarm: appear to advanceCool: appear to recede
8 Color SchemesMonochromatic: derived from a single base hue, and extended using its shades, and tintsPolychromatic: random use of colorAnalogous: colors that are adjacent to each other on the color wheelComplementary: colors that are across each other on the color wheel
12 The ability to create harmony with opposing and contrasting elements. 1212Unity & VarietyThe ability to create harmony with opposing and contrasting elements.Unity: a feeling of harmony between all parts of a compositionVariety: a different form, condition or phase of somethingConnectors: visual elements and principles of organization
13 The infrastructure or architecture of any object. Directional ForcesThe infrastructure or architecture of any object.
14 The physical bulk of a solid body or material. 1414MassThe physical bulk of a solid body or material.