Section Six - Color Theory
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  • Question 1
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    a round diagram that shows the placement of colors in relationship to each other.

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    Color Wheel

    Primary Colors

    Secondary Colors

    Tertiary Colors

  • Question 2
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    red, yellow, and blue. With these three colors (and black and white) all other colors can be made.

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    Color Wheel

    Primary Colors

    Secondary Colors

    Tertiary Colors

  • Question 3
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    green, purple, and orange. These three colors are derived from mixing equal amounts of two of the three primary colors.

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    Color Wheel

    Primary Colors

    Secondary Colors

    Tertiary Colors

  • Question 4
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    also called intermediate colors, these are blends of primary and secondary colors. Colors such as red-orange and blue-green

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    Color Wheel

    Primary Colors

    Secondary Colors

    Tertiary Colors

  • Question 5
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    Two colors directly opposite one another on the color wheel.

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    Complementary Colors

    Split Complementary Color

    Triad Color Scheme

    Analogous Color Scheme

  • Question 6
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    A color and two other colors that are directly adjacent to the first color’s complement on the color wheel.

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    Complementary Colors

    Split Complementary Color

    Triad Color Scheme

    Analogous Color Scheme

  • Question 7
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    This color scheme makes use of three colors that are equally spaced from each other on the color wheel.

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    Complementary Colors

    Split Complementary Color

    Triad Color Scheme

    Analogous Color Scheme

  • Question 8
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    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

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    Complementary Colors

    Split Complementary Color

    Triad Color Scheme

    Analogous Color Scheme

  • Question 9
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    painting done in a range of tones of a single color

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    Grayscale

    Monochrome

    Neutral Color

    Cool Color

  • Question 10
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    refers to the range of tones between black and white

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    Grayscale

    Monochrome

    Neutral Color

    Cool Color

  • Question 11
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    colors of very low saturation, approaching grays.

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    Grayscale

    Monochrome

    Neutral Color

    Cool Color

  • Question 12
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    colors whose relative visual temperatures make them seem cool.

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    Grayscale

    Monochrome

    Neutral Color

    Cool Color

  • Question 13
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    How do you remember the colors of the color wheel

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    ROY G BIV

    ROY G BIV -Minus (I) Indigo

    1+1 = 2

    2+1 = 3

  • Question 14
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    Colors whose relative visual temperature makes them seem warm.

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    Warm Color

    Tint

    Hue

    Ultramarine

  • Question 15
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    How do you remember your main color concepts, Primary, Secondary & Tertiary

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    1 + 1 = 2

    1 + 2 = 3

    1 + 1 = 2, 1 + 2 = 3

    All of the above

  • Question 16
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    a vivid blue to purple-blue pigment originally made from ground lapis lazuli.

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    Warm Color

    Tint

    Hue

    Ultramarine

  • Question 17
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    the name of the color, such as red, green or yellow

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    Warm Color

    Tint

    Hue

    Ultramarine

  • Question 18
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    a golden brown tint sometimes applied to black-and-white pictures. Can give the finished print an antique appearance.

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    Sepia

    Sienna

    Brightness

    Saturation

  • Question 19
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    As a natural pigment, it was one of the first pigments to be used by humans, and is found in many cave paintings.

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    Sepia

    Sienna

    Brightness

    Saturation

  • Question 20
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    Refers to the amount of white in a color.

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    Sepia

    Sienna

    Brightness

    Saturation

  • Question 21
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    Refers to the amount of a color used.

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    Sepia

    Sienna

    Brightness

    Saturation

  • Question 22
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    is the definitive international reference for selecting, specifying, matching and controlling ink colors.

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    RGB Color

    CMYK Color

    PDAS Color

    PMS Colors

  • Question 23
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    This is color based upon light. Your computer monitor and television use _____.

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    RGB Color

    CMYK Color

    PDAS Color

    PMS Colors

  • Question 24
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    This is the color method based upon pigments. Using these 4 colors, most other colors can be achieved.

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    RGB Color

    CMYK Color

    PDAS Color

    PMS Colors

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