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The Color Wheel An Introduction to the Color Wheel and Color Theory An Introduction to the Color Wheel and Color Theory By Pam & Tim O’Loughlin Art Specialists Oshkosh Area School District Resource List Resource List NEXT Weblinks Weblinks
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The Color Wheel Wheel The color wheel shows relationships between the colors. Artists often use the color wheel to help understand how colors relate to one another . NEXT
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Primary, Secondary, & Tertiary Colors Warm Colors Cool Colors Neutrals Color Schemes Monochromatic, Complementary, & Analogous Mixing Colors Color Meaning Advanced Color Theory Hue, Intensity, & Value Color Wheel Web Links The Color Wheel Wheel Let’s learn about Color! Click on the Red Boxes to the Right to Proceed
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C O L O R M I X I N G It's easy to mix paints to make new colors. You can use the primary colors ( red , blue , and yellow ) plus black and white to get all of the colors of the r a i n b o w! NEXT Return to Main Page Return to Main Page
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C O L O R M I X I N G Primary + Secondary When you mix the Primary Colors together, you get the Secondary Colors. What colors do these make? Red + Yellow = Red + Blue = Blue + Yellow = Orange Green Purple Click the Mouse Anywhere to Reveal the Answers NEXT Return to Main Page Return to Main Page
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Making Tints and Shades A shade of color is made by mixing that color with black. A tint of color is made by mixing that color with white. NEXT Return to Main Page Return to Main Page C O L O R M I X I N G Tints and Shades
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This painting by Vincent Van Gogh, Fields in a Rising Storm, has tints and shades of blue in the sky, and tints and shades of green in the fields. Fields in a Rising Storm By Vincent Van Gogh Return to Main Page Return to Main Page C O L O R M I X I N G Tints and Shades NEXT
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The lightness or darkness of a color is called its value . Tints are light values that are made by mixing a color with white. For example, pink is a tint of red (red+white), and gray is a tint of black (black+white). Shades are dark values that are made by mixing a color with black. Maroon is a shade of red, and navy is a shade of blue. Return to Main Page Return to Main Page C O L O R M I X I N G Value, Tints, & Shades Go to Value
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Color Schemes Monochromatic Color Scheme Analogous Color Scheme Complementary Color Scheme Split-Complementary Color Scheme Double Split-Complement Color Scheme Triadic Color Scheme Click on the Red Boxes Above to Proceed Color Scheme Game Return to Main Page Return to Main Page
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The Color Wheel Wheel Primary Colors Secondary Colors Tertiary Colors Return to Main Page Return to Main Page Click on the Red Boxes to the Right to Proceed
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Primary Colors The primary colors are red, blue, and yellow. Primary colors cannot be made from other colors.
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course EL ED 311 taught by Professor Sisterholmes during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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