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Colour Theory

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  • …. i have many problems with harmonizing 8 colors for my divinizing and universalizing paradigm, is anyone to help me, namely i want to synchronize them for determination as ultimate and final solution 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, but then which is next number for fuchsia to comply any requirement in optics or esthetics etc, or black etc., is there any rule, regulation, requirement, respect .... human eye registers about 7 million colors as reflected light ….
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  • Hi,
    I am recruiting you any for universalisation, charismation, divinisation and presentation,
    Sorry, for this comment, i have commented on topic for recession, but then i went universal, pardon me .... !
    i am not doing too much, i am doing that what i think it has to be done ....
    my solution for recession is universalisation, means evaluate all resourcess and assets of universe and then apply necessary sum of new currency (Zik=100$) to pay all debts and to buy off all taxes from national governments ....
    of course for this we need adequate entity, i see on horizon only myself as the secular and universal, legal and official The God, recognised by UN and with contracts with all national states governments,
    of course i invite you all to create a fresh new account at google, free, but with my data: universal identities names and universal residences on Internet, like this one: Zababau Ganetros Cirimbo Ostangu zaqaqef@gmail.com ogiriny64256142, ( you can create this one but then inform me), access to account i have to have because this is divinising universalisation, but you can open it for all, i simply have to arrange it to adapt to paradigm, isn't it ...... so, adapt to new changes and modifications in the arrangement of the history
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  • 1. Colour Theory
  • 2.  
  • 3. Primary Colours
    • Colours at their basic essence; those colours that cannot be created by mixing others.
  • 4. Secondary Colours
    • Colours achieved by a mixture of
    • two primaries.
  • 5. Tertiary Colours
    • Colours achieved by a mixture of primary and secondary hues.
  • 6. Complementary Colours
    • Colours located opposite each other
    • on a colour wheel.
  • 7. Saturation tells how pure or full a colour is
  • 8. Value tells how intensive, or light a surface is
  • 9. Changes in value, whether sudden or gradual, can add greatly to the visual impact of art forms. Changes in value can also be used to help the artist express an idea.
  • 10. Saturation and Value
  • 11. Shade: A hue produced by the addition of black.
    • Tint:
    • A hue produced by the addition of white.
  • 12. Warm and cool colours
  • 13. Colour Harmonies
    • Monochromatic
    • Analogous
    • Complementary
    • Split Complementary
    • Triadic
  • 14. Monochromatic Relationship
    • Colours that are shade or tint variations of the same hue
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  • 18. La Grotte De La Loue , 1481 - Gustave Courbet. Courbet
  • 19. Picasso
  • 20.  
  • 21. Robert Coane
  • 22. Carolus-Duran
  • 23. Analogous Relationship
    • Colours located adjacent to each other on a colour wheel.
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  • 25.  
  • 26. Houses in Provence , Paul Cezanne
  • 27. Complementary Relationship
    • Those colours across from each other on a colour wheel.
  • 28. Georgia O'Keeffe Leaves of a Plant
  • 29.  
  • 30.  
  • 31. Chagal
  • 32. Split Complementary
    • Split complementary groupings have a colour and the two colours adjacent to that colours complement. Example: Yellow/Red Violet/Blue Violet.
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  • 35. Triadic Relationship
    • Three hues equally positioned on a colour wheel.
  • 36.  
  • 37. La Mousmé , 1815 - Vincent Van Gogh.
  • 38. Simultaneous Contrast
    • Notice how the red on the right responds to its association with blue
  • 39. Another example
    • Identical colors appear to shift when framed by different backgrounds or patterns. This is called "simultaneous contrast" and has a variety of affects on how we see things.
  • 40. The round dots are all exactly the same color gray. I merely created the one on the extreme right and then copied it to each of the darker rectangles.
  • 41. Take the After Image Test Stare at this image for at least 20 seconds.
  • 42.  
  • 43.  
  • 44. Tonality
    • Dominant colour
    • Sub-dominant colours
    • Accent
  • 45.  
  • 46. Colour Discord
    • Purposeful juxtaposition of colours to create a negative reaction or even a feeling of vibration; typically achieved through paring of colours which are widely separated on the colour wheel but not complements (such as orange and red-purple).
  • 47.  
  • 48.  
  • 49. Emotional Response to Colour Sandy Skoglund, Revenge
  • 50. Sandy Skoglund, Radioactive Cats , 1980 Cibachrome print, 30 X 40 in.
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  • 52. http://www.mariaclaudiacortes.com/ http://www.color-wheel-pro.com/color-meaning.html
  • 53. Close your eyes
  • 54. "Harlequin," 1927, oil on canvas
  • 55. "Vertical and Diagonal Planes," by Kupka
  • 56. "Star Dancer with Her Dance School," by Francis Picabia
  • 57. Dancer-Airplane Propeller-Sea by Gino Severini,
  • 58. La tristesse du roi (Matisse)

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