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    Color schemes Color schemes Presentation Transcript

    • COLOR SCHEMES
    • COLOR WHEEL
      Based on Red, Yellow and Blue
      Sir Isaac Newton
      First developed
      circular diagram
    • PRIMARY COLORS
      RED
      YELLOW
      BLUE
      Other colors derived
      from these colors
    • SECONDARY COLORS
      Created by mixing
      Primary colors
    • TERTIARY COLORS
      Formed by mixing
      Primary and Secondary
      Colors
    • COMPLEMENTARY COLORS
      Two colors directly
      opposite on color wheel
    • Analogous colors
      Colors side-by-side
      on a color wheel
    • Triadic colors
      Three colors evenly
      spaced on a color wheel
    • Monochromatic colors
      Hues of a single color
      Energy is more subtle
      May be considered boring
    • Warm colors
      RED
      YELLOW
      ORANGE
      Colors of fire
      Appear to come
      forward
      Cozy feeling
    • Cool colors
      Blue
      Green
      Purple
      Appears to recede or back away
      Spacious feeling
    • COLOR PROPERTIES
      Hue
      Actual color
      Turquoise, tan, maroon, blue-green
    • Saturation
      Richness of color
    • Value
      Brightness
      Amount of black or white
    • Color Processes
      CMYK
      RGB
    • CMYK
      Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black
      Used for high quality printing
    • RGB
      Red, Green, and Blue
      Used for computer (and other) screens
    • Grayscale
      Shades of gray
      Varying from black to
      white
      Easy to manipulate
      Smaller file size