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Color Terms

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How is color recived? By light reflecting into the eye.
What is Hue? It refers to the color itself.
What are the Primary Colors? Red, Blue, Yellow.
What are the Secondary Colors? Violet, Green, Orange.
What are the Tertiary Colors? Red-violet, Blue-violet, Blue-green, Yellow-green, Yellow-orange, Red-orange.
What elements makes up the Color Wheel? Primary,Secondary, and Tertiary colors.
What are Tints? Saturated colors mixed with White.
What are Shades? Saturated colors mixed with Black.
What are Warm Colors? Red, Orange, Yellow.
What are Cool Colors? Blue, Green, Violet.
What are Neutral Colors? Black, Grey, White, Brown, Tan.
Whar are the Color Harmonies? Monochromatic, Analogous, Complementary, Triadic, Split Complementary, Neutral.
Monochromatic Color Harmony. Using tints and shades of only one color. Ex: Navy Blue, Bright Blue, Baby Blue.
Analogous Color Harmony. Using 3 or more colors that are next to each other on the color wheel. Ex: Blue, Blue-green, Green.
Complementary Color Harmony. 2 colors directly across from each other on the color wheel. Ex: Blue and Orange.
Triadic Color Harmony. 3 colors that are located within equal distance of each other on the color wheel. Ex: Red, Blue, Yellow.
Split Complementary Harmony. Using any color and the colors located beside the 1st color's complementary color. Ex: Orange, Blue-green, Blue-violet.
Neutral Color Harmony. Any combination of Blacks, Greys, Whites, Browns, Tans.
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