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COLORTHEORYCOLORTHEORY A Lecture by: Dennis L. Law, ASLA Professor of Landscape Architecture Kansas State University
COLORTHEORYCOLORTHEORY Definitions Color Wheel Mixing Colors Seeing Color Color Harmony
DEFINITIONS Hue Color Wheel Value Chroma Intensity
Sequence Primary Colors Secondary Colors Tertiary Colors Tints Tones Shades COLOR WHEEL
Yellow Green Blue Violet Red Orange SequenceSequence
Yellow Blue Red Primary Colors
Orange Green Violet Secondary Colors
Made by mixing secondary colors Tertiary Colors Orange/Green Orange/Violet Green/Violet
Made by mixing colors with WHITE Tinted Colors REDPINKWHITE
Made by mixing colors with BLACK Toned Colors REDMAGENTA BLACK
Made by mixing colors with GRAY Shaded Colors REDROSEGRAY
Using primary Colors Using Secondary Colors Making Tertiary Colors Making Grays Making Browns MIXING COLOR
Staring at a color, what do you see when you quit looking? How do you determine what colors to use when mixing? What technique do you use to apply color? SEEING COLOR
Triads Adjacent Complementary Split Complementary Double Split Complementary COLOR HARMONY
Triads - any three colors equidistant on the color wheel. COLOR HARMONY Example one: Use of Primary Colors
Triads - any three colors equidistant on the color wheel. COLOR HARMONY Example two: Use of Secondary Colors
Triads - any three colors equidistant on the color wheel. COLOR HARMONY Example three: Use of Tertiary Colors
Adjacent - any two colors next to one another on the color wheel. COLOR HARMONY Red Orange Red Example one: Use of Warm Colors
Adjacent - any two colors next to one another on the color wheel. COLOR HARMONY Blue Green Blue Example two: Use of Cool Colors
Complimentary - any two colors opposite one another on the color wheel. COLOR HARMONY Red Violet Yellow Green
Split - Complimentary - any color on the color wheel and the colors either side of its compliment. COLOR HARMONY
Double Split - Complimentary - any color on the color wheel and the two colors either side of its compliment. COLOR HARMONY
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