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    • COLORDESIGN’SMOST EXCITINGELEMENT
    • • Hue• Value• IntensityCOLOR HAS THREEDIMENSIONS OR QUALITIES:
    • HUERED YELLOW VIOLETThe name given to a color.
    • VALUEThe lightness or darknessof a color
    • TINTMade by adding white to a colorso that it is lighter.+ =HUE WHITE TINT
    • SHADEMade by adding black to acolor so that it is darker.+ =HUE BLACK SHADE
    • INTENSITYThe brightness or dullnessof a color.FUSCHIA - HIGH INTENSITYOLIVE - LOW INTENSITY
    • NEUTRALS(NOT REALLY COLORS)No colorAll colorsWhite + BlackCan be used with most colorsWhiteBlackGrayBeige
    • COLOR WHEELA GUIDE TO STUDYHOW TO CHOOSE ANDCOMBINE COLORS
    • PRIMARY HUES•Pure and basic•Cannot be made from any other colors•All other colors are made from these•Equal distance from each other on color wheelRED YELLOW BLUE
    • SECONDARY COLORS•Made by mixing equal amounts of 2 primary colors•Found halfway between the primary hues on the wheel+ =++==ORANGEGREENVIOLET
    • INTERMEDIATE (TERTIARY)HUESMade by mixing equal amounts of adjoining primaryand secondary colors.
    • THE COLORWHEEL CAN BEDIVIDED INTOWARM ANDCOOL COLORS
    • WARM COLORSAppear hot like the sun or like fireGive feelings of gaiety, activity or cheerfulnessAppear to advance-they make body look largerCan give a nervous impression if overdone
    • COOL COLORSRemind us of water or skyGive feelings of quietness or restfulnessAppear to recede and make body look smallerCan be depressing if overdone
    • MONOCHROMATIC COLORSCHEMEThis is a one-color plan that uses different tints, shades andintensities of the colorBLUE
    • ANALOGOUS COLOR SCHEMEThis color scheme uses related, or neighboring colors on thecolor wheel with varying values and intensities of the colors.
    • COMPLEMENTARY COLOR SCHEMEThis color scheme uses opposite hues on the colorwheel. These colors are across from each other on thewheel and have great contrast.
    • SPLIT-COMPLEMENTARYCOLOR SCHEMEThis color scheme uses three colors, one color with the twocolors on each side of its complement.VIOLET
    • TRIAD COLOR SCHEMEThis color scheme combines three colors equidistant on thecolor wheel and has a great deal of contrast.
    • ACCENTED NEUTRAL COLORSCHEMEThis color scheme combines white, black, gray orsometimes beige with a bright color accent.
    • All colors are beautiful, depending onpersonal taste.If not used wisely or combined well, colorcan cause apparel to look too gaudy or verydrab.Harmony results when hues, values andintensities are combined in a pleasing way.