Colour schemes

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Colour schemes

  1. 1. Colour SchemesUsing the Colour Wheel
  2. 2. Complimentary Colours• Complimentary colours are opposite of one another on the colour wheel.• Complimentary colours bring out the best in each other and can create a dynamic effect in your art work.
  3. 3. Colour Intensity• Colour intensity refers to the brightness or dullness of a colour.• All of the colours on the colour wheel are intense and bright.• Colour intensity can be lowered by adding a small amount of the complimentary colour.
  4. 4. Tint• A tint is created by adding white to a colour.• On a value scale, one end should be the original colour and the other end should be white.
  5. 5. Shade• A shade is created by adding black to the original colour.
  6. 6. Analogous Colours• Colours that are located close together on the colour wheel.
  7. 7. Monochromatic Colour• Monochromatic colors are all the colors (tints, tones, and shades) of a single hue.
  8. 8. Colour Scheme Review• Complimentary colours are opposite of one another on the colour wheel and can create a dynamic effect .• Colour intensity is the brightness or dullness of a colour.• A tint is created by adding white to a colour.• A shade is created by adding black to the original colour.• Analogous colours are colours that are located close together on the colour wheel.• Monochromatic colors are all the colors (tints, tones, and shades) of a single hue.

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