How do we see colours??? The white light travels from the bulb and strikes the object. The object reflects red light and so it appears red.
DispersionDispersion is the phenomenon in which the phase velocity of a wave depends on its frequency, or alternatively when the group velocity
Primary &Secondary Colours Primary colours are sets ofcolours that can be combined to make a useful range ofcolours. The primary coloursnormally used are red, green, and blue.A secondary colour is a colour made by mixing two primarycolours in a given colour space.
NEUTRAL COLORS (NOT REALLY COLORS)White No colorBlack All colorsGray White + BlackBeige Can be used with most colors
Red Blue VioletBlue Green Cyan Mixing of ColoursGreen Red AmberRed Blue Green White
TINTMade by adding white to acolor so that it is lighter. + = HUE WHITE TINT
SHADE Made by adding black to a color so that it is darker. + =HUE BLACK SHADE
COLOR WHEEL A GUIDE TO STUDYHOW TO CHOOSE AND COMBINE COLORS
WARM COLORSAppear hot like the sun or like fireGive feelings of gaiety, activity or cheerfulnessAppear to advance-they make body look largerCan give a nervous impression if overdone Page 11
COOL COLORSRemind us of water or skyGive feelings of quietness orrestfulnessAppear to recede and make bodylook smallerCan be depressing if overdone Free Powerpoint Templates Page 12
All colors are beautiful, depending on personal taste. If not used wisely or combined well, color can cause apparel tolook too gaudy or very drab. Harmony results when