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german color theorist whose writings about the EFFECTS of color form much of the artist/designer point of view on color theory
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
a pleasing sense of harmony can be created between any two colors by creating between them a series of:
a sense of unbalance, edginess, things out of order between color relationships can be called:
dissonance, or disharmony
individually mixed colors, like metallics or day-glo colors that must be applied by hand
tiny dots of CMYK printed in individual layers and off-set to form a rosette pattern.
the quantity of a color needed to make a perceptible difference when added to another color
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