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IGC-E1b Color Theory

IGC-E1b Color Theory (Unit 2) The Color Wheel

Primary Colors Colors from which all other colors are made: red, blue and yellow
Secondary Colors Colors that are created from equal amounts of a pair of primary colors: green, orange and violet
Tertiary Colors Colors made from equal amounts of a pair of primary and secondary colors: red-violet, blue-violet, blue-green, yellow-green, yellow-orange, red-orange
Analogous Colors Any two or more colors that are next to each other on the color wheel
Complementary Colors The colors opposite on the the color wheel: red & green, blue & orange, yellow & violet
RGB The colors of Red, Green and Blue generally used to describe an additive color space
Additive Color Theory 3 light-waves (Red, Green & Blue) that create 1/3 of the visible light spectrum. When all 3 are combined, they create white light
Created by: johnaugustine