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  • 1. Ryann Z. Elumba ITMM 211: Digital Imaging and Desktop Publishing Computer Science Department College of Science and Information Technology Ateneo de Zamboanga University Color Wheel
  • 2. Lesson Objectives
    • At the end of this lesson, students are able to:
      • identify the primary colors.
      • identify and mix the secondary colors.
      • identify and mix the intermediate (tertiary) colors.
  • 3. The Color Wheel Color wheel is a radial diagram of colors where primary colors (red, blue or yellow) are on one side and secondary (made by mixing two primary colors) colors appear on the other. A color wheel is used to identify, mix and select colors. Glossary of Art Terms, WorldImages http://www.worldimages.com/art_glossary.php
  • 4. Primary Colors
    • Primary colors are the three colors of red , blue and yellow from which all colors can be derived with the addition of black and white.
    • Glossary of Art Terms, WorldImages
    • http://www.worldimages.com/art_glossary.php
  • 5. Secondary Colors
    • Secondary colors are one of three colors created by mixing equal parts of two primary colors (red, blue and yellow); secondary colors include violet , orange , and green . Glossary of Art Terms, WorldImages
    • http://www.worldimages.com/art_glossary.php
    Red + Blue = Violet Red + Yellow = Orange Blue + Yellow = Green
  • 6. Tertiary Colors
    • Tertiary colors are literally third color, colors that are created by mixing unequal amounts of two primary colors; for example, two parts of yellow and one part of blue would yield the tertiary color of a yellowish green.
    • Glossary of Art Terms, WorldImages
    • http://www.worldimages.com/art_glossary.php
    Red Orange Yellow Orange Yellow Green Red Violet Blue Violet Blue Green
  • 7. Neutral Colors
    • White, black, gray and colors containing a significant amount of gray.
  • 8. Color Values
    • Color values are the lights and darks of a color you create by using black and white with a color. This makes hundreds of more colors from the basic 12 colors of the wheel.
    • white + color = tint
    • color + black = shade
  • 9. Tint & Shade
    • Adding white to a color to lighten the value of that color. The more white that is added, the lighter the tint.
    Adding black (or other dark color) to a pure color to darken it. More black creates darker shades. TINT SHADE