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  1. Color Systems<br />
  2. SUBTRACTIVE COLOR PROCESS<br />The mixing of pigments and dyes so that all colors of light except the color are absorbed (subtracted).<br />
  3. ADDITIVE COLOR PROCESS<br />The mixing of colored lights so that they shine on a surface, they combine (add) to make other colors.<br />
  4. SUBTRACTIVE COLOR PROCESS<br />The mixing of pigments and dyes so that all colors of light except the color are absorbed (subtracted).<br />
  5. ADDITIVE COLOR PROCESS<br />The mixing of colored lights so that they shine on a surface, they combine (add) to make other colors.<br />
  6. PRIMARY COLORS<br />In a color system, the basic colors that cannot be broken down into other colors and that can be combined to create other colors.<br />
  7. Hue – the color wheel.<br />
  8. SECONDARY COLORS<br />The product of mixing two primary colors.<br />
  9. TERTIARY COLORS<br />The products of mixing a primary and secondary color.<br />
  10. Hue – the color wheel.<br />
  11. KEY<br />Used synonymously with value. In a scale of values, high-key colors are lighter than colors in the middle of the scale; low-key colors are darker than the colors in the middle of the scale.<br />
  12. High key<br />
  13. Low key<br />
  14. TONE<br />A color that has gray added to it.<br />
  15. TINT<br />A color that has white added to it.<br />
  16. SHADE<br />A color that has black added to it.<br />
  17. INTENSITY, SATURATION<br />The strength or weakness of a color.<br />

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