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How do I know which colors to use?
Let ’ s start with the Basics…
the Primaries are… the Primaries are… Red…
the secondaries are…
The intermediarie s are…
Blue green Blue violet
Yellow orange Yellow green
Now… how do I know which colors look good together? Chose one of the five harmony groups
What are the 5 harmony groups? What are the 5 harmony groups? they are…. they are….
monochromemonochromemonochromemonochrome This is also monochrome….
monochrome and this….
monochrome Definition: One color with different shades and tints To tint a color you add white … to shade a color you add black
And this is complimentary 2.complimentary
Definition: two colors that are opposite from each other on the color wheel
3.Split- compliment ary Definition: One color plus the two colors on either side of its opposite
Blue is the base color RO and yo are the split-opposites
This is also an example of a split- complimentary harmony
4. Triadic definition: 3 equally spaced colors
This is a triad also… green orange and violet
5. Analogous Definition: 2 or more colors between primaries, except both primaries
blue blue-violet violet red-violet
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How do I know which colors to use? Let’s start with the Basics…
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