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Color M.Garrison

Color terms

How do you precieve black By adding it to a color
How do you precieve white? By adding it to a color?
what is hue? a color
What are the primary colors? blue, red, and yellow
What are the secondary colors? green, violet, and orange
What are tertiary colors? blue green, blue violet, red violet, red orange, yellow green, and yellow orange
what is a saturated color? I am not sure
What is a tint? adding white to a color
Wat is a shade? adding black to a color
What three groups make up the color wheel? teriary colors, primary colors, and secondary colors
What are the three colors ocnsidered to be warm colors? red, orange, and yellow
What are the three colors considered to be cool colors? blue, green, and violet
What are the five neutral colors? white, black, gray, brown, and tan.
What are the six types of color harmonies? analogous, neutral, monochromatic, comlimentary, split complementary, and triadic
What is a monochromatic color harmony? only one color in the whole room
What is an analogous color harmony? Colors that touch each other on the color wheel
What is a complementary color harmony? two colors across from each other on the color wheel
What is a triadic color harmony? three colors that make a triangle on the color wheel
What is a split complementary color harmony? two color across on the color wheel and then over one.
What is a neutral color harmony? the neutral colors only.
Created by: buubles245