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

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