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  • i have many problems with harmonising 8 colors for my divinising and universalising paradigm, is any one to help me, namely i want to synchronize them for determonation as ultimate and final sution so i can paint universal symbol an put on front page of my presentation, i think that the central color of my paradigm is #006400, nut then which is neyt number for fuchsia to comply any requirement in optics or esthetics etc, or black etc., is there any rule, regulation, requirement, respect ....
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  • 1. Color comes from light. All the colors of the spectrum hit the object and what we see is reflected back to our eye. Color Theory The human eye can see at least 7 million colors.
  • 2. There are 3 colors that can make every other color. They are called......... Primary Colors Red Yellow Blue
  • 3. Secondary Colors Secondary colors are created when 2 primary colors are mixed. Orange Green Violet
  • 4. The Basic Color Wheel V
  • 5. Yellow + Red = Orange Yellow + = Green Blue Blue + Red = Violet Mixing Colors                                                    
  • 6. The Full Color Wheel The remaining 6 colors are created when the primary and secondary colors are mixed together. They are called........ Intermediate Colors yg-yo-bg-bv-ro-rv
  • 7. Color Harmonies Primary Secondary Warm/Cool Analogous Complimentary Monochromatic Triadic Split-Compliment How colors relate to each other.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 
  • 8. Cool & Warm Color Harmonies
  • 9. Analogous * 2-3 colors that lie next to each other on the color wheel.
  • 10. Complementary Colors Colors that lie opposite each other Red – Green Blue – Orange Yellow - Violet
  • 11. Monochromatic One color plus tints, shades and tones of that color. Value: How light or dark a color is Tints Shades

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