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Color Theory

Ms. Ortiz Vazquez

Do you know your colors? Can you go beyond the color’s names? What do you really know?

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1.are a set of colors found side by side on the color wheel and have a hue in common
7.refers to the name of the color. For example: red
9.refers to one color and the color’s tints, tones and shades
10.colors are warm. They bring the object/shape forward and the object appears larger.
12.color + black
13.color + grey
15.color + white
16.refers to colors that are across from each other on the color wheel. For example, purple and yellow
2.refers to the combination of the starting hue with two colors in either side of the complementary color
3.colors also known as tertiary colors. Come from mixing a primary and secondary color.
4.refers to the brightness and dullness of a color
5.can describe as having three characteristics: hue, value and intensity
6.refer to the three colors that cannot be created by mixing any colors together—red, yellow, blue
8.refer to three colors that come from an equal amount of two primary colors—orange, green, purple
11.colors are cold. These colors make the object/shape recede into the distance and the object appears smaller.
14.refers to the lightness and darkness of a color

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