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Color Theory Review
Color Theory Quiz
1. What is a primary color? a.Any color of the rainbow. b.A color made from mixing two others. c.A color that can't be made by mixing others together. d.A color made by mixing three colors together.
2. What are the three primary colors? a.Red, green, blue. b.Purple, yellow, green. c.Black, red, blue. d.Red, yellow, blue.
3. What do you get when you mix two primary colors together? a.A secondary color. b.An adjacent color. c.A cool color. d.A warm color.
4. What secondary color do you get when you mix red and yellow together? a.Purple b.Green c.Pink d.Orange
5. What secondary color do you get when you mix blue and yellow together? a.Turquoise b.Purple c.Green d.Violet
6. What secondary color do you get when you mix blue and red together? a.Purple b.Pink c.Rose d.Black
7.What do you get when you mix two secondary colors together? a.Black b.A muddy mess. c.A neutral grey or brown. d.A complementary color.
8. What is a complimentary color? a.Colors next to each other on the color wheel. b.A mixture of two similar colors. c.A color with the same value as another color. d.Colors across from each other on the color wheel.
9. If placed next to each other in a painting, what do complimentary colors do for each other? a.Make each other appear brighter. b.Make each other appear duller. c.Make each other appear greener. d.Nothing.
10. True or False? Warm colors advance and cool colors recede? True: Warm colors advance and cool colors recede. False: Cool colors advance and warm colors recede
11. What are generally considered warm and cool colors? a.Warm: pinks, purples, reds. Cool: blues, browns, green. b.Warm: reds, oranges, yellows. Cool: blues, green, purples. c.Warm: oranges, yellows, greens. Cool: purples, reds, blues. d.Warm: blues, yellows, pinks. Cool: greens, reds, oranges.
12. When color mixing, should you add a darker color to a lighter or a lighter to a darker? a.Lighter to a darker. b.Darker to a lighter. c.It doesn't matter, the end result is the same, but usually dark is added to light as it takes less dark to change a light than light to change dark. d.Depends on whether you're mixing primary or secondary colors.