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Color Wheel test

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Primary Colors Red, blue, and yellow. You cannot get these colors by mixing other colors together
Secondary colors Violet, green and orange.
Tertiary Colors red-violet, blue-violet, blue green, yellow-green, yellow-orange, red-orange
Neutral Colors black, grey, white, brown and tan
Monochromatic They are achieved by using tints and shades of only one color
Analogous done by using 3 or more colors that are neighbors on the color wheel Ex: red, red-violet, violet
Complementary two colors that are directly across from eachother on the color wheel Ex: yellow &violet, green & red, blue & orange
Triadic three colors that are located equal distance of eachother Ex: red, blue, yellow and orange, violet, green
Split complementary created by using any color and the two colors located next to that color's complement Ex: yellow, red-violet, blue-violet
Created by: softball1997