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

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

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