Presentation on theme: "Color Wheel Is there is difference between the color wheel for paint and the colors in the light spectrum?"— Presentation transcript:
Color Wheel Is there is difference between the color wheel for paint and the colors in the light spectrum?
In paint pigments, pure Yellow, pure Red and pure Blue are theoretically the only colors that can't be created by mixing any other colors – Primary Colors.
SECONDARY COLORS - When you mix any 2 of the Pure colors, you get: YELLOW + RED = ORANGE RED + BLUE = PURPLE BLUE + YELLOW = GREEN
In order to get the tertiary colors you need to mix the secondary colors.. YELLOW + ORANGE = YELLOW-ORANGE RED + ORANGE = RED-ORANGE RED + PURPLE = RED-PURPLE BLUE + PURPLE = BLUE-PURPLE BLUE + GREEN = BLUE-GREEN YELLOW + GREEN = YELLOW-GREEN
Monochromatic color scheme A monochromatic scheme consists of different shades of one single color. monochromatic
Analogous color scheme Also called harmonious colors, are colors that are next to each other on the color wheel.
Complementary color scheme Complementary colors are colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel, such as blue and orange, red and green, purple and yellow. Complementary colors Complementary colors
Neutrals - Neutral colors Neutral colors or earth tones are not seen on most color wheels. Black, gray, whites are neutral. Browns, beiges and tans are sometimes neutral too. Neutral colors can be made by mixing: black and white complementary colors all three primaries together (plus some black or white)
Yes there is a difference! The primary colors of light are red, green and blue.