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  • 1. Introduction to Color Theory<br />By: Erika Patterson<br />3rd Grade<br />
  • 2. Color theory begins with the color wheel<br />
  • 3. There are three essential <br />color<br />relationships<br />These are…<br />
  • 4. Primary Colors<br />Red<br />Yellow<br />Blue<br />
  • 5. Secondary Colors<br />Red + Yellow = Orange <br />Blue + Red = Violet<br />Blue + Yellow = Green<br />These are made by mixing the primary colors<br />
  • 6. Tertiary Colors<br />Red-Violet<br />Red-Orange<br />Blue-Violet<br />Yellow-Orange<br />Blue-Green<br />Yellow-Green<br />Tertiary Colors are made by mixing the colors <br />that sit next to each other on the color wheel<br />
  • 7. There are also three essential color schemes<br />
  • 8. Complementary<br />Think…..<br />Colors that sit opposite on <br />the color wheel<br />Or…<br />
  • 9. Analogous<br />Colors that sit <br />next to each other<br />on the color wheel.<br />They are <br />often found <br />in nature.<br />Example: yellow, orange, and red<br />
  • 10. Monochromatic<br />Varying shades<br />and tints <br />within one <br />color <br />
  • 11. How do we make shades and tints?<br />
  • 12. A shade is created by adding black to a color<br />Purple<br />Black<br />Black is added<br />
  • 13. A tint is created by adding white to a color<br />Green<br />White<br />White is added<br />
  • 14. The End<br />

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