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Color- S. Stevens

Color Terms

What are the elements of design? The elements of design are color, line, shape, texture, space, intencity, and value.
What are the principles of design? The principles of design are Unity, Balance, Contrast, Movement, Rhythm, Harmony, and Variety.
What is the principles repetition? To create a design that looks endless.
How do you percieve white? We see white when all of the different wavelengths or hues of light are reflected back to your eyes.
How do you precieve black? We see black when there are no wavelengths or hues reflected back into your eyes.
What is hue? Hue is the actual color. Each different hue of a color is a different wavelength of light.
What are the primary colors? The primary colors are Red, Yellow, and Blue
What are the secondary colors? The secondary colors are Orange, Green, and Violet
What are tertiary colors? The tertiary colors are Red-Orange, Red-Violet, Yellow-Orange, Yellow-Green, Blue-Green, and Blue-Violet
What is a saturated color? The pure hue of any color found on the color wheel.
What three groups make up the color wheel? Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary.
What is a tint? A saturated color mixed with pure white.
What is a shade? A saturated color mixed with pure black.
What are the three colors that are considered warm colors? Red, Orange, and Yellow.
What are the three colors that are considered cool colors? Green, Blue, and Violet.
What are the five neutral colors? Black, Grey, White, Brown, and Tan.
What are the six types of color harmonies? Monochamatic, Analougus, Complementary,Triadic, Split Complementery, and Neutral.
What is a monochamatic color harmony? Uses various hues of just one color.
What is an analougus color harmony? Uses three or more colors that are beside eachother on the color wheel.
What is a complementary color scheme? Uses two colors that are opposite of each other on the color wheel.
What is a triadic color scheme? Uses three colors that are equally spaced from each other on the color wheel.
What is a split complementary color scheme? Uses any color and the two colors beside that color's complement.
What is a neutral color scheme? Uses a mix of any of the neutral colors.
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