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  • 1. COLOR
  • 2. 3 Properties of Color
    • Hue: the name of a color in the color spectrum
    • Value: the art element tat describes the lightness of darkness of a color
    • Intensity: brightness or dullness of a hue
  • 3. PRIMARY COLORS: red, yellow, & blue Cannot be made by mixing other hues together, but by combining the three primary colors and black and white you can produce every other color
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  • 6. SECONDARY COLORS: orange, violet and green made by mixing two primary colors
  • 7. INTERMEDIATE/TERTIARY COLORS red-orange, yellow-orange, blue-green, blue-violet, yellow-green, red-violet; made by mixing a primary color with its secondary color
  • 8. MONOCHROMATIC A color scheme that uses only one hue and the tints and shades of that hue. Has a strong, unifying effect on a design, but can be boring.
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  • 11. COMPLEMENTARY The colors opposite each other on the color wheel. Mixing a hue with its complement dulls the hues or lowers its intensity.
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  • 15. Split complement: the combination of one hue plus the hues on each side of its complement. Easier to work with than a straight complementary scheme because it offers more variety
  • 16. TRIAD Three colors spaced an equal distance apart on the color wheel. Contrast is not as strong as between complements.
  • 17. ANALOGOUS Colors that sit side by side on the color wheel and have a common hue. An analogous colors scheme creates a design that ties one shape to the next through a common color.
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  • 19. WARM & COOL Warm: red, orange, yellow – associated with warm things and seem to move toward the viewer Cool: blue, green, violet – associated with cool things & seem to recede
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  • 22. Intensity: the brightness or dullness of a hue
  • 23. Changes Perception
  • 24. creating moods
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