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Color

  1. 1. Adobe Illustrator I Delaware College of Art and Design
  2. 2. color theory
  3. 3. the color wheel
  4. 4. the color wheel
  5. 5. primary colors
  6. 6. primary colors
  7. 7. secondary colors
  8. 8. secondary colors
  9. 9. tertiary colors
  10. 10. tertiary colors
  11. 11. color relationships
  12. 12. complimentary colors
  13. 13. complimentary colors
  14. 14. complimentary colors
  15. 15. complimentary colors
  16. 16. vibrate complimentary colors
  17. 17. split complimentary colors
  18. 18. split complimentary colors
  19. 19. analogous colors
  20. 20. analogous colors
  21. 21. triads
  22. 22. triads
  23. 23. active and passive colors
  24. 24. active and passive colors
  25. 25. active and passive colors
  26. 26. active passive active and passive colors
  27. 27. color context
  28. 28. different readings of the same color
  29. 29. shades tints
  30. 30. color models in Illustrator
  31. 31. RGB color
  32. 32. RGB color
  33. 33. RGB color
  34. 34. RGB color
  35. 35. one pixel in a large-scale LED display
  36. 36. RGB = screen
  37. 37. CMYK color
  38. 38. CMYK Color
  39. 39. CMYK Color
  40. 40. CMYK Color
  41. 41. four color process
  42. 42. CMYK = print
  43. 43. other ways to describe color
  44. 44. HSB (hue, saturation and brightness)
  45. 45. Hue
  46. 46. Hue Color reflected from or transmitted through an object. It is measured as a location on the standard color wheel, expressed as a degree between 0° and 360°. In common use, hue is identified by the name of the color, such as red, orange, or green.
  47. 47. Saturation
  48. 48. Saturation Strength or purity of the color (sometimes called chroma). Saturation represents the amount of gray in proportion to the hue, measured as a percentage from 0% (gray) to 100% (fully saturated).
  49. 49. Brightness
  50. 50. Brightness Relative lightness or darkness of the color, usually measured as a percentage from 0% (black) to 100% (white).
  51. 51. Brightness Relative lightness or darkness of the color, usually measured as a percentage from 0% (black) to 100% (white).
  52. 52. HSB
  53. 53. Pantone Matching System (PMS)
  54. 54. color gamuts
  55. 55. out-of-gamut warning
  56. 56. out-of-gamut warning
  57. 57. why use Pantone? EXACT color, every time Achieve colors unavailable in the standard CMYK gamut
  58. 58. sources http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Color_theory http://www.worqx.com/color/index.htm http://colortheory.liquisoft.com/ http://www.colormatters.com/colortheory.html
  59. 59. further reading Josef Albers Interaction of Color Johannes Ittens The Elements of Color Johannes Ittens The Art of Color: The Subjective Experience and Objective Rationale of Color

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