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Where does color come from? Ray of light is the source of all color.
Color Alters the appearance of form and space. Affects our performance abilities. Changes our moods.
The Color Wheel Basic tool used when working with colors.
The Color Wheel Consist of12 hues Divided into three categories…
Primary Colors Red, Yellow, and Blue Cannot be combined or mixed with any other color.
The three colors from which all other colors can be made. Equal distance from each other on color wheel. RED YELLOW BLUE
Secondary Colors Green, violet, and orange Combining two Primary colors.
+ = + + = = ORANGE GREEN VIOLET
INTERMEDIATE (Tertiary Colors) Yellow-green, blue- green, blue-violet, red-violet, red-orange, yellow-orange. Combining a primary and a secondary hue. Primary color listed first.
Appealing combinations of colors.
1. Neutral Absence of color. Black, white, and gray _________________________________ __________________ White reflects light. Black absorbs all colors. Gray is a blend of black and white.
ACCENTED NEUTRAL COLOR SCHEME Combines white, black, gray and sometimes beige with a bright color accent.
2. Monochromatic Tints and shades of one color on the color wheel
3. ANALOGOUS Uses adjacent or neighboring colors on the color wheel with varying values and intensities of the colors. Blue-Violet, Violet, Red-Violet
4. Complement Two colors that are directly opposite each other on the color wheel. Examples: Yellow and Violet
5. Split Complement A color scheme using one color with the two colors on the sides of its complement. Examples: Yellow, Blue Violet, Red Violet
6. Triad Three colors that are equal distance apart on the color wheel. Examples: Blue, Red, Yellow
Warm Colors Colors found in fire and the sun. Yellow-green to red
Cool Colors Colors found in snow and ice. Green to red-violet
DESIGN’S MOST EXCITING ELEMENT
Color Theory EL JEFE. COLOR IS THE REFLECTION OF LIGHT FROM A PIGMENTED SURFACE. COLOR IS THE PERSONALITY OF A DESIGN.
+ Color Schemes Color combinations. + Color Vocabulary: Color – element of art that is seen by the way light reflects off a surface. Color can be used.
A Brief Review on Color Theory
Color Theory. Primary Colors What are the Primary Colors?
TheCOLOR wheel helps to organize the colors in the spectrum.
an element of art and design derived from refracted light.
COLOR USING COLOR TO ENHANCE A ROOM. COLOR Many designers agree that color is the most significant element of design. Individuality can be expressed through.
COLOR DESIGN’S MOST EXCITING ELEMENT Hue Value Intensity COLOR HAS THREE DIMENSIONS OR QUALITIES:
1.Students will identify the three primary, secondary and analogous colors. 2.Students will identify how to tint a color and how to shade a color. 3.Students.
Color Wheel A tool to use to understand the uses of color.
Color Wheel The colour wheel is divided into three categories: primary, secondary, and tertiary. The three primary colours are red, yellow and blue. These.
Which colors look good together?
INTD 50A color. light is the source of all color color is light broken down in electromagnetic vibrations of various wavelengths longest—red shortest—violet.
Color can alter the appearance of form and space. Color can affect our performance abilities and change our moods. Colors can symbolize different.
The Color Wheel The color wheel is a means of organizing the colors in the spectrum. The color wheel consists of 12 sections, each containing one hue.
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