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The C O L O R wheel helps to organize the colors in the spectrum.

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The C O L O R wheel helps to organize the colors in the spectrum.

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  1. TheCOLOR wheel helps to organize the colors in the spectrum. • Not all colors may be found on the color wheel (ex. black, gray, white, browns, {neutrals} and other specialty colors; ex. neons and metallics).

  2. Colors are organized into 4 major groups: • 1. Primary Colors • 2. Secondary Colors • 3. Intermediate Colors • 4. Neutral Colors

  3. 1. Primary Colors • Primary colors cannot be produced by mixing other colors together. They can only be made from nature or from chemicals. • Primary colors make all the other colors. • The primary colors are RED, BLUE, and YELLOW

  4. 2. Secondary Colors • Secondary colors are produced by mixing primary colors • Primary color+primary color=secondary Color • + Violet • + Orange • + Green

  5. 3. Intermediate Colors • Intermediate (in-between) colors are produced by mixing a primary and secondary color that are side-by-side on the color wheel • Primary color+Secondary color=Intermediate Color • blue-green, blue-violet, • red-violet, red-orange • yellow-orange, yellow-green

  6. 4. Neutrals white, black, gray, {values} and browns

  7. COLORSCHEMES

  8. Monochromatic • Analogous • Complementary Split complement Triadic

  9. Monochromatic Color Scheme • Mono = one, single,. . . as in monorail • Chroma = color • thus monochromatic = One color. • This color scheme can be achieved by using tints and shades of one hue.

  10. Color schemes Analogous • Colors that are next to each other on the color wheel. Colors with a family resemblance. • Analogous colors will have some of the same primary color; ex. yellow, yellow-orange, and orange, or blue, blue-green, and green etc. • Analogous will always mix well.

  11. Color schemes Complementary • Colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel; ex. red and green, violet and yellow, yellow-green and red-violet etc. • If mixed together in near equal amounts, complements make a neutral color. • If a little of a hue’s complement is mixed in with it, the result will be a dulling or neutralizing of that hues intensity.

  12. Split complement: • Three colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel, but to either side of the exact opposite (complement); ex. red, blue-green, and yellow-green

  13. Triadic: • Colors that are equally spaced. The most famous of these is the primary triad . . . red, yellow, and blue. • Triadic harmonies are most effective if only one color is allowed to dominate.

  14. Assignment • Create a color strip for each of the following and label each: • Monochromatic color scheme (5) • Analogous color scheme (3) • Complementary color scheme (5)

  15. Criteria: • Correct colors for scheme • Correct mixing • Craftsmanship