Presentation on theme: "Color Wheel Assignment On the back of your color wheel poster Top Left Corner should be Your Name – Fashion Essentials – Period List the primary colors."— Presentation transcript:
Color Wheel Assignment On the back of your color wheel poster Top Left Corner should be Your Name – Fashion Essentials – Period List the primary colors List the secondary colors List the tertiary colors List the 10 Color Terms from my Power Point presentation List the Warm & Colors List and define the Color Schemes What is your favorite color(s)?
Colors for you Colors affect you in many ways. Look at these images: They affect you in two different ways because Of the colors. Few people are aware of the power of color. Color can help you present yourself in a particular way, that is why it is important to understand color when picking your clothing and designs.
Understanding Color Terms Hue: the name of a color Value: the lightness or darkness of a color Tint: light value of a color, made by adding white to a color Shade: dark value of a color, made by adding black to a color Tone: to change the intensity of a color add gray and you get a tone. The intensity of a color is how bright or dull it is. Neutrals are black, white, and gray. White is the absence of color and it reflects light. Black is the presence of all colors and it absorbs light. Gray is a blend of black and white.
The Color Wheel The color wheel is a chart that shows the relationship among colors.
The Color Wheel Primary colors are red, yellow, and blue and cannot be made by combining any other colors. Secondary colors are two primary colors mixed together to make orange, green, and violet. Tertiary/Intermediate colors are one primary color mixed with one secondary color to make a new color.
Warm & Cool Colors Warm Cool Warm colors are reds, yellows, and oranges. Cool colors are greens, blues, and violets. Warm colors draw attention, and come out at you. Cool colors recede and are calming.
Color Schemes An appealing combination of colors Complimentary colors are opposite each other on the color wheel. Split- Complimentary schemes include a color and the colors on both sides of its compliment. Triadic color schemes are the colors that are equally spaced from each other on the color wheel. Analogous schemes are schemes using colors that are adjacent each other on the color wheel.
Color Schemes Monochromatic color schemes are when different shades, tints, and/or tones of one color are used. Accented Neutral schemes are schemes using a neutral color combined with a bright accent color.