Color can create the illusion of depth without the illusion of transparency

Color can create the illusion of depth without the illusion of transparency

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Color can create the illusion of depth without the illusion of transparency. The warmer or closer to red a hue is, the closer they will appear. The cooler or closer to blue a hue is, the further the object will appear. When determining depth with value, lighter colors appear closer or advance more than darker colors. The more saturated or brighter a hue is, the closer the object will appear. There are three factors that cause vibration in color. 1. If one color is warm in hue and the other color is cool in hue. 2. If the colors are very close in value. 3. Bothe colors are at high saturation.
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Unformatted text preview: To avoid the occurrence of vibration in color 1. Adjust your colors temperature, make the hue ambiguous, neither warm or cool. 2. Add more distinction in your colors values 3. Decrease the colors saturation. For advertisements in a busy area like Times Square in New York City, or at a dance club, the use of color vibration may help to draw attention to objects that may generally be overlooked in chaos. Color vibration can be very uncomfortable to the eye. You would avoid this effect when designing projects consisting mainly of text....
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