TheCOLOR wheel serves to arrange the hues in the range. .


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The C O L O R wheel sorts out the hues in the range. . Not all hues might be found on the shading wheel (ex. dark, dim, white, tans, {neutrals} and other claim to fame hues; ex. neons and metallics). Hues are sorted out into 4 noteworthy gatherings:. 1. Essential Hues
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The C O L O R wheel arranges the hues in the range. Not all hues might be found on the shading wheel (ex. dark, dim, white, tans, {neutrals} and other claim to fame hues; ex. neons and metallics).

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Colors are sorted out into 4 noteworthy gatherings: 1. Essential Colors 2. Auxiliary Colors 3. Middle of the road Colors 4. Nonpartisan Colors

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1. Essential Colors Primary hues can\'t be delivered by combining different hues. They must be produced using nature or from chemicals. Essential hues make the various hues. The essential hues are RED , BLUE , and YELLOW

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2. Auxiliary Colors Secondary hues are delivered by blending essential hues Primary color+primary color=secondary Color + Violet + Orange + Green

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3. Halfway Colors Intermediate (in the middle of) hues are delivered by blending an essential and optional shading that are one next to the other on the shading wheel Primary color+Secondary color=Intermediate Color blue-green, blue-violet, red-violet, red-orange yellow-orange, yellow-green

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4. Neutrals white, dark, dim, {values} and tans

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C O L O R S C H E M E S

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Monochromatic Analogous Complementary Split supplement Triadic

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Monochromatic Color Scheme Mono = one, single,. . . as in monorail Chroma = shading along these lines monochromatic = One shading. This shading plan can be accomplished by utilizing tints and shades of one tone.

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Color plans Analogous Colors that are alongside each other on the shading wheel. Hues with a family similarity. Similar to hues will have a portion of a similar essential shading; ex. yellow, yellow-orange, and orange, or blue, blue-green, and green and so forth. Similar to will dependably blend well.

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Color plans Complementary Colors that are inverse each other on the shading wheel; ex. red and green, violet and yellow, yellow-green and red-violet and so forth. On the off chance that combined in close equivalent sums, supplements make a nonpartisan shading. In the event that a tad bit of a shade\'s supplement is blended in with it, the outcome will be a dulling or killing of that tones power.

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Split supplement: Three hues that are inverse each other on the shading wheel, yet to either side of the correct inverse (supplement); ex. red, blue-green, and yellow-green

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Triadic: Colors that are similarly separated. The most acclaimed of these is the essential ternion . . . red, yellow, and blue. Triadic harmonies are best if just a single shading is permitted to overwhelm.

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Assignment Create a shading strip for each of the accompanying and mark each: Monochromatic shading plan (5) Analogous shading plan (3) Complementary shading plan (5)

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Criteria: Correct hues for plan Correct blending Craftsmanship

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