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IAT 102

Colours

TermDefinition
Primary Colour Red Yellow Blue RYB
Secondary Colour Orange Purple Green OPG
Tertiary Colour Primary set + Secondary Set
hue Place of Colour in Spectrum
Hue: Shade Variation of hue produced by addition of black
Hue: Tint Variation of hue produced by addition of white
Hue: Saturation(Chroma) Variation of hue produced by addition of Gray
CMYK Subtractive system -used for printing (Mix of Ink)
RGB Additive System -use for computer monitors (Mix of Light)
Transparent Ink Show through ink used to layer on top of other colours
Vibration and Value when 2 colours are very close in value , a glowing effect occurs
Bezold Effect Adding a darker color to the carpet would create an overall darker effect
Selective Emphasis study of typographic pattern to explore how colours alters the mood of a pattern, the way it shapes and the way figures are percieved
One Colour, Different Effects neutral tone passing through 3 squares of colour is the same but creates a different overall effect
Created by: syncbeat72v2