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CMC Art Test


Prism Transparent body bounded in part by two nonparallel plane faces, used to refract or disperse a beam of light.
Refraction Deflection from straight path undergone by a light ray or energy wave in passing obliquely from one medium (as air) into another (as glass) in which its velocity is different.
Hue Name of colour.
Value Relative lightness or darkness.
Intensity Relative purity; adding black, white.
Intensity A.K.A. Chroma, saturation.
Additive Mixing light.
Subtractive Pigments/mixing paint.
Primaries Red, blue, yellow.
Secondaries Orange, green, violet.
Printer Primaries Magenta, cyan, yellow.
Tertiary Definition Primary with one secondary.
Tertiary Examples Violet-red, aquamarine, vermilion, chartreuse, indigo, amber.
Colour School Theories 1. Only 6,000,000 colours. 2. Infinite number of colours.
Complementary Definition Opposite each other on the colour wheel.
Complimentary Examples Violet/Yellow Orange/Blue Green/Red
Vital Info About Complementary!! These colours visually enhance one another when they are juxtaposed.
Palette Mud Failed mixture of all primaries.
Harmonious Colours From one primary color to the next on the colour wheel; 5 colors. No visual discord.
Analogous Colours Any colour next to each other on the colour wheel. Usually 3.
Monochromatic Colours Variations of same colour; tints and shades.
Warm Colours Red, yellow, orange.
Cool Colours Blue, green, violet.
Important Info About Warm and Cool Colours!! Warm colours appear to advance to the viewer, while cool recede toward the background.
Tints Adding white.
Shades Adding black.
Restricted Palette Colour scheme used.
Open Palette ANY colour!
Created by: UtauxIkuto
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