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Presentation on the colour made ​​by our students in their first year of Secondary School. …

Presentation on the colour made ​​by our students in their first year of Secondary School.
Group 02 - Group 02 - Manuel, Daniel, Braulio, Sergio S. and Juan
Primary, secondary and tertiary colours of the colour wheel
Complementary colours


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  • 1. COLOURSBY: Daniel Rubio Nº18, Juan Fiestras Nº5, Manuel Lozoya Nº9, Sergio SuárezNº 27 Braulio De la Iglesia Nº7.
  • 2. A colour wheel is an abstract illustrateorganization of colour hues around acircle that show relationships betweenprimary, secondary and tertiary coloursTHE COLOURWHEEL
  • 3. In theory, the Primary Colours are the root ofevery other hue imaginable. The primarypigments used in the manufacture of paint comefrom the pure source element of that Hue.imagePrimary Colours onthe colour wheel
  • 4. When you combine any two of the Pure PrimaryHues, you get three new mixtures calledSecondary Colors. imageWhen you mix a Primary and its nearestSecondary on the Basic Color Wheel youcreate six new mixtures called Tertiary.image
  • 5. COMPLEMENTARY COLOURSThey are colourslocated opposite eachother on a colourwheel.PURPLE yellowBLUE orangeGREEN red