Lukisan (color wheel) muhd amirul firdaus bin azmi c12 a479 f2

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Lukisan (color wheel) muhd amirul firdaus bin azmi c12 a479 f2

  1. 1. NAMA : MUHAMAD AMIRUL FIRDAUS BIN AZMINO. MATRIK : C12A479KUMPULAN : F2NAMA PENSYARAH : CIK NORHAMIZAH BINTI ABDUL HAMIDSUBJEK : LUKISANTAJUK : COLOR WHEEL
  2. 2. WHAT IS COLOR WHEELA circle shape thatis divided equally into 12 sections, witheach section displayinga different coloraccording to its pigmentvalue. As all colors arecreated from the threeprimary colors (red, greenand blue), the primarycolors are shown forming a triangle within the colorwheel. The color wheel shows the relationshipbetween the primary colors, secondary colors, andcomplementary colors. http://www.northlite.net/ps/blend.htm
  3. 3. MONOCHROMATIC COLOR SCHEMEA monochromatic color schemeuses a single color on most everyroom surface. In this type ofscheme, various darker shades,grayer tones, and paler tints of themain color may be included in thepalette. In addition, the one coloris often paired with white or anotherneutral.For example, a monochromaticroom in blue might use single shadeof blue paired with white. Yet it mightalso include dark blue upholstery fabric, pale blue walls, mediumblue draperies, and a patterned area rug that includes both blue anjdwhite. The window and door trim as well as the ceiling might bepainted in white. http://interiordec.about.com/cs/colorindecor/f/faqcolormono.htm
  4. 4. COLOR SCALESGrading techniques are widely used to assess productcolour by comparison with a representative series offixed colour standards.For many product types, a characteristic set ofstandards was agreed and adopted to aid colour controland the communication of colour specifications; theresult is a selection of traditional colour grading scalesthat have been adopted as industry standards and arestill in common use today. http://www.lovibondcolour.com/colour-scales
  5. 5. WARM AND COOL COLORSWarm ColorsWarm colors are made with orange,red, yellow and combinations of themall. As the name indicates, they tendto make you think of sunlight andheat. Warm colors look as thoughthey come closer, or advance (asdo dark colors), which is why theyreoften used to make large rooms lookcozier. If you have a huge bedroom that you want to look more intimatetry painting a warm color such as terra cotta or brown to make it feelcozierCool ColorsCool colors such as blue, green and light purple have the ability to calmand soothe. Where warm colors remind us of heat and sunshine, coolcolors remind us of water and sky. Unlike warm colors, cool colors lookas though they recede, making them great for small rooms you want tolook larger. If you have tiny bedroom or powder room that you want tovisually enlarge try painting a color such as light blue to make it lookmore spacious. http://interiordec.about.com/od/color/a/Warm-Colors-And-Cool-Colors.htm
  6. 6. ANALOGOUS COLOR SCHEMEIf you think of the color wheelas wedges of a pie, the colors inone-fourth of the pie are analogous.Three colors next to each other onthe color wheel comprise an analogouscolor scheme. Here are three examples: =red, orange, and yellow =green, blue, and purple =yellow, yellow-green, and greenIn an analogous color scheme, usually one color is dominant and theothers secondary in importance. http://interiordec.about.com/cs/colorindecor/f/faq_anaglous_co.ht
  7. 7. COMPLEMENTARY COLORSComplementary colorsare pairs of colors thatare of “opposite” hue insome color model. Theexact hue “complementary”to a given hue depends onthe model in question, andperceptually uniform, additive,and subtractive color models,for example, have differing complements for any givencolor. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Complementary_colors
  8. 8. Paint Color Wheel An essential tool for paint pros everywhere, the color wheel is constructed to help you see the relationships between different hues. The bases are three primary colors: red, blue and yellow. These are then combined to make the three secondary colors: orange, green, and purple. Finally, theremaining six colors on the wheel are known as tertiary colorsand are mixes of the secondary colors, including such hues asred-orange and blue-green.Familiarizing yourself with the color wheel can help youunderstand how to best mix and match a cool color with awarm one, for a naturally balanced room. Here are someexamples of how to use these color pairings effectively.

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