a round diagram that shows the placement of colors in relationship to each other.
red, yellow, and blue. With these three colors (and black and white) all other colors can be made.
green, purple, and orange. These three colors are derived from mixing equal amounts of two of the three primary colors.
also called intermediate colors, these are blends of primary and secondary colors. Colors such as red-orange and blue-green
Two colors directly opposite one another on the color wheel.
A color and two other colors that are directly adjacent to the first color’s complement on the color wheel.
This color scheme makes use of three colors that are equally spaced from each other on the color wheel.
This scheme uses one color along with the colors on either side of it on the color wheel Colors such as red-orange and blue-green
painting done in a range of tones of a single color
refers to the range of tones between black and white
colors of very low saturation, approaching grays.
colors whose relative visual temperatures make them seem cool.
How do you remember the colors of the color wheel
Colors whose relative visual temperature makes them seem warm.
How do you remember your main color concepts, Primary, Secondary & Tertiary
a vivid blue to purple-blue pigment originally made from ground lapis lazuli.
the name of the color, such as red, green or yellow
a golden brown tint sometimes applied to black-and-white pictures. Can give the finished print an antique appearance.
As a natural pigment, it was one of the first pigments to be used by humans, and is found in many cave paintings.
Refers to the amount of white in a color.
Refers to the amount of a color used.
is the definitive international reference for selecting, specifying, matching and controlling ink colors.
This is color based upon light. Your computer monitor and television use _____.
This is the color method based upon pigments. Using these 4 colors, most other colors can be achieved.