Colour 03

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Colour 03

  1. 1. The Colour Wheel• The Colour Wheel or colour Circle is an abstract illustrative organization between the Primary (blue, red and yellow) , Secondary (green, orange and purple) , and Tertiary (yellow- green, red-orange, red-purple…) colours.
  2. 2. The colours in the color WheelThe typical colours are the Primary Colours. Most wheels are formed by the three primary colours, the three secondary colours and the six Tertiary colours.
  3. 3. Analogous colours• Analogous colours are groups of colours that are adjacent to each other in the colour wheel.
  4. 4. How to make the Analogous colour• This colour tends to be a primary or secondary colour, and two or either side complementing, which tend to be tertiary. Red, yellow and orange are examples of Analogous colours.
  5. 5. THE END• By: Sergio Villanueva, Nicolás Rodriguez, Jordi Pola, Alejandro Carreño and Javier Sabino• Here you can see a video of the Analogous Colours and a video of the colour wheel-• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bTIjGxxdvXg• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eGrGkJtSLsk
  6. 6. THE END• By: Sergio Villanueva, Nicolás Rodriguez, Jordi Pola, Alejandro Carreño and Javier Sabino• Here you can see a video of the Analogous Colours and a video of the colour wheel-• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bTIjGxxdvXg• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eGrGkJtSLsk

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