Color theory

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Color theory

  1. 1. Primary Colors Secondary Colors Tertiary Colors Analogous Colors Warm Colors Cool Colors Complementary Colors Objectives Quiz
  2. 3. Red Yellow Blue Primary Colors : Red, Yellow, Blue. These 3 colors are the base colors for every other color on the color wheel. Go to slide 2
  3. 4. Can you find the Primary colors on the palette? Go to next slide
  4. 5. Nancy Glazier "Primary Colors - Horses" Go to next slide
  5. 6. Secondary Colors : Orange, Green, Purple. These 3 colors are what you get when you mix the primary colors together. They're located in-between the primary colors to indicate what colors they're made from. Orange Purple Green Go to slide 2
  6. 7. Can you find the Secondary colors on the palette? Go to next slide
  7. 8. Vicky Brago-Mitchell Secondary Art Go to next slide
  8. 9. Tertiary Colors : These are those "in-between" colors like Yellow-Green and Red-Violet. They're made by mixing one primary color and one secondary color together. There can be endless combinations of tertiary colors, depending on how they're mixed. Orange-Yellow Yellow Yellow-Green Blue-Purple Green Purple Blue Blue-Green Purple-Red Orange Red Red-Orange Go to next slide
  9. 10. Rainbowflower Go to next slide
  10. 11. Analogous Colors : Red and Orange, Blue and Green, etc. These are colors right next to each other on the color wheel. Go to next slide
  11. 12. Vincent Van Gogh Sunflowers Go to next slide
  12. 13. Complementary Colors : Red and Green, Blue and Orange, Purple and Yellow. These are the colors directly across from each other on the color wheel. Go to next slide
  13. 14. Soon Y. Warren Using Complementary Colors Go to next slide
  14. 15. Warm Colors : Colors such as red, yellow, and orange. These colors evoke warmth because they remind us of things like the sun or fire. Go to next slide Red Yellow Orange
  15. 16. Sunset Africa Go to next slide
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  17. 20. Cool Colors : Colors like blue, green, and purple (violet). These colors evoke a cool feeling because they remind us of things like water or grass. Go to next slide Blue Purple Green
  18. 21. Cool Scenery Go to next slide
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  21. 25. Go to the next question Red Yellow Blue
  22. 27. Go to the next question Orange Green Purple
  23. 29. Orange-Yellow Yellow Yellow-Green Blue-Purple Green Purple Blue Blue-Green Purple-Red Orange Red Red-Orange Go to the next question
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  26. 35. Go to the next question Red Yellow Orange
  27. 37. You have completed the quiz. Go to the next slide Blue Purple Green
  28. 38. Go to next slide

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