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Def.: Groupings of colors that produce satisfying effects.
Primary Colors that cannot be created by mixing other colors together. The most basic colors. (Red, Yellow, Blue)
Secondary Created by mixing two primary color together. (Green, Orange, Violet)
Warm Colors that produce a feeling of heat, love, the sun, etc. (reds, oranges, and yellows).
Cool Colors that produce a feeling of cold, sadness, loneliness, nature, water, etc. (Greens, blues, violets)
Monochromatic Tints and shades of one color (Ex. Pinks, reds, maroons)
Triadic Colors evenly spaced on the color wheel. (Ex. Y-G, R-O, B-V)
Analogous Colors that are next to each other on the color wheel. (Ex. Y-G, G, B-G, B, B-V)
Complimentary Colors across the color wheel from each other. (Ex. Yellow and Violet)
Split Complimentary A color and the two colors on either side of its compliment. (Ex. R, B-G, Y-G)
Neutral Hues not found on the color wheel. (Black, White, Grays, Browns, Beiges)
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