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Color Theory
hue
value
value pattern
high key
color
Relative lightness or darkness of a color as measured on a sc…
The arrangement, variation and contrast of light and dark val…
An image that uses predominantly lighter values on the higher…
hue
color
value
Relative lightness or darkness of a color as measured on a sc…
48 terms
Color Theory
hue
value
value pattern
high key
color
Relative lightness or darkness of a color as measured on a sc…
The arrangement, variation and contrast of light and dark val…
An image that uses predominantly lighter values on the higher…
hue
color
value
Relative lightness or darkness of a color as measured on a sc…
Color Theory
hue
value
value pattern
high key
color
Relative lightness or darkness of a color as measured on a sc…
The arrangement, variation and contrast of light and dark val…
An image that uses predominantly lighter values on the higher…
hue
color
value
Relative lightness or darkness of a color as measured on a sc…
20 terms
color theory
primary colors
secondary colors
intermediate colors
complementary colors
red, yellow and blue. Three colors that can be used to make a…
Orange, green, and violet. Created by combining two primary c…
colors created by mixing a primary and a secondary color. For…
colors located directly opposite each other on the color whee…
primary colors
red, yellow and blue. Three colors that can be used to make a…
secondary colors
Orange, green, and violet. Created by combining two primary c…
21 terms
Color Theory
Primary Colors
Secondary Colors
Tertiary Colors
Complementary Colors
Purest Colors. No other colors can be mixed to make them.
The result of a primary color mixed with another primary color.
The result of a primary and secondary color mixing.
Contrasting colors that are opposite each other on the color…
Primary Colors
Purest Colors. No other colors can be mixed to make them.
Secondary Colors
The result of a primary color mixed with another primary color.
57 terms
Color Theory
hue
value
value pattern
high key
color
Relative lightness or darkness of a color as measured on a sc…
The arrangement, variation and contrast of light and dark val…
An image that uses predominantly lighter values on the higher…
hue
color
value
Relative lightness or darkness of a color as measured on a sc…
14 terms
Color Theory
color wheel
warm colors
intermediate or tertiary
intensity
a color spectrum bent into a circle
red, yellow, orange
a primary and secondary together like yellow-green
the brightness and dullness of a hue
color wheel
a color spectrum bent into a circle
warm colors
red, yellow, orange
Color Theory
Monochromatic
Monochromatic
Color Scheme
Triad
a color scheme with tints and shades of one color.
a set of colors and the way they are combined.
a color scheme of three colors that make a triangle on the co…
Monochromatic
a color scheme with tints and shades of one color.
Monochromatic
10 terms
Color Theory
color wheel
primary colors
secondary colors
complementary colors
a circular tool that shows color relationships
red, yellow and blue
green, orange and purple
colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel and wo…
color wheel
a circular tool that shows color relationships
primary colors
red, yellow and blue
14 terms
Color Theory
Polychromatic
Monochromatic
Achromatic
Complementary Colors
many colors
one color with its tints, tones, and shades
no color: only black, white, and gray
colors that are across from each other on the color wheel
Polychromatic
many colors
Monochromatic
one color with its tints, tones, and shades
14 terms
Color Wheel / Color Theory
Primary Colors
Secondary Colors
Tertiary Colors
Monochromatic
Pure or fundamental colors (red,yellow, and blue) that cannot…
Orange, Green, Purple... Derived from the mixing of two primary…
Yellow-green, yellow-orange, red-orange, red-purple, blue-pur…
Color scheme made up of shades of a single hue.
Primary Colors
Pure or fundamental colors (red,yellow, and blue) that cannot…
Secondary Colors
Orange, Green, Purple... Derived from the mixing of two primary…
Color Theory
color
primary colors
secondary colors
complementary colors
what the eye sees when light is reflected off an object
red, yellow and blue, ... the three basic colors
green, orange and purple,... when 2 primary colors are mixed tog…
colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel and wo…
color
what the eye sees when light is reflected off an object
primary colors
red, yellow and blue, ... the three basic colors
Introduction to Color Theory
Primary colors
Secondary colors
Tertiary color
Hue
red, yellow, blue
Using pigments or paint to create purple, green and orange -…
Colors located between primary and secondary colors on the co…
The name of a color
Primary colors
red, yellow, blue
Secondary colors
Using pigments or paint to create purple, green and orange -…
15 terms
Color Theory
Analogous Color
Complementary Color
Direct complements
Split complements
a color harmony of three or four colors that are adjacent on…
complementary harmonies are based on the contrast of color op…
two colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel. E…
a color used with the two colors adjacent to its direct compl…
Analogous Color
a color harmony of three or four colors that are adjacent on…
Complementary Color
complementary harmonies are based on the contrast of color op…
54 terms
Color Theory
daylight or white light
hue
saturation
value
Made up of numerous waves or impulses each having different d…
undiluted colors; true colors of the spectrum
brightness of a color
lightness or darkness of a color
daylight or white light
Made up of numerous waves or impulses each having different d…
hue
undiluted colors; true colors of the spectrum
14 terms
Color Wheel / Color Theory
Primary Colors
Secondary Colors
Tertiary Colors
Monochromatic
Pure or fundamental colors (red,yellow, and blue) that cannot…
Orange, Green, Purple... Derived from the mixing of two primary…
Yellow-green, yellow-orange, red-orange, red-purple, blue-pur…
Color scheme made up of shades of a single hue.
Primary Colors
Pure or fundamental colors (red,yellow, and blue) that cannot…
Secondary Colors
Orange, Green, Purple... Derived from the mixing of two primary…
81 terms
Color Theory Quiz 3
The lightest object
The darkest object
It can be the darkest or the lightest…
Atmospheric perception and the suggest…
What object do we see first on a black background?
What object do we see first on a white background?
What object do we see first on a middle gray background?
Artists use cooler colors with the addition of gray to get th…
The lightest object
What object do we see first on a black background?
The darkest object
What object do we see first on a white background?
13 terms
Color Theory Vocabulary
Color wheel
Primary colors
A hue created by combining two primary…
Shade
A circle in which the primary, secondary, and intermediate hu…
Pure or fundamental colors (red,yellow, and blue) that cannot…
secondary
Any hue that has been mixed with black
Color wheel
A circle in which the primary, secondary, and intermediate hu…
Primary colors
Pure or fundamental colors (red,yellow, and blue) that cannot…
20 terms
Color Theory - The Language of Color
Primary Colors
Secondary Colors
Tertiary Colors
Neutral Colors
Red, Yellow and Blue.
Colors that are made by mixing two primary colors together. (…
Colors that are made by mixing one primary and one secondary…
Brown, Grey, White and Black
Primary Colors
Red, Yellow and Blue.
Secondary Colors
Colors that are made by mixing two primary colors together. (…
71 terms
Color Theory
Hue
Broken hue
Color wheels
Synesthesia
Undiluted colors. The true colors of the spectrum.
A combination of unequal proportions of all the primaries
Color arrangements or structures that enable us to organize a…
A neurological condition in which stimulation of one sensory…
Hue
Undiluted colors. The true colors of the spectrum.
Broken hue
A combination of unequal proportions of all the primaries
82 terms
Color Theory Quiz 2
RGB Color
HSL Color
CMYK Color
HTML
Web digital color pallet red, green and blue.
Print digital color pallet hue, saturation and luminosity.
Process color printing pallet cyan, magenta, yellow and black.
Hexadecimal for sending information digitally for text, color…
RGB Color
Web digital color pallet red, green and blue.
HSL Color
Print digital color pallet hue, saturation and luminosity.
10 terms
Color Theory
Color models
Additive
Subtractive
CMYK
Additive & Subtractive
Color model used for display screens
Color model used to see color naturally
Cyan magenta yellow black
Color models
Additive & Subtractive
Additive
Color model used for display screens
38 terms
Color Theory Quiz 1
Leonardo da Vinic (1452-1519)
Marco Antonia de Dominis (1566-1624)
Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1717)
J.E Le Blon (1667-1741)
He developed atmospheric perspective, chiaroscuro, and sfumat…
He discovered that a mixture of color light forms white light…
An English physicist, discovered using a prism created a spec…
A French painter who discovered that all hues could be derive…
Leonardo da Vinic (1452-1519)
He developed atmospheric perspective, chiaroscuro, and sfumat…
Marco Antonia de Dominis (1566-1624)
He discovered that a mixture of color light forms white light…
19 terms
Color Theory
analogous colors
complementary colors
monochromatic
hue
Colors that sit side by side on the color wheel.
Colors that are directly opposite on the color wheel.
A color scheme that uses one color and its tints and shades.
The actual name of the color.
analogous colors
Colors that sit side by side on the color wheel.
complementary colors
Colors that are directly opposite on the color wheel.
16 terms
Color Theory
Color wheel
Primary colors
Secondary colors
Tertiary colors
color spectrum bent into a circle.
the most basic colors on the color wheel, red, yellow and blu…
Are colors that are made by mixing two primary colors togethe…
Are colors that are made by mixing a primary color with a sec…
Color wheel
color spectrum bent into a circle.
Primary colors
the most basic colors on the color wheel, red, yellow and blu…
color theory
color wheel
primary colors
Secondary colors
Tertiary colors
A circle in which the primary, secondary, and intermediate hu…
Red, Yellow, Blue
Green, Orange, Violet
Primary color mixed with adjacent secondary color on the colo…
color wheel
A circle in which the primary, secondary, and intermediate hu…
primary colors
Red, Yellow, Blue
69 terms
Color Theory Vocabulary Winter 2016
Color wheel
Primary colors
Secondary colors
Tertiary colors
A circle in which the primary, secondary, and intermediate hu…
Pure or fundamental colors (red,yellow, and blue) that cannot…
A hue created by combining two primary colors. (orange, green…
Primary color mixed with adjacent secondary color on the colo…
Color wheel
A circle in which the primary, secondary, and intermediate hu…
Primary colors
Pure or fundamental colors (red,yellow, and blue) that cannot…
18 terms
COLOR THEORY
CUTICLE
CORTEX
MEDULLA
TEXTURE
OUTERMOST LAYER OF THE HAIR
MIDDLE LAYER OF THE HAIR
INNERMOST LAYER OF THE HAIR
DIAMETER OF AN INDIVIDUAL HAIR STRAND
CUTICLE
OUTERMOST LAYER OF THE HAIR
CORTEX
MIDDLE LAYER OF THE HAIR
71 terms
color theory
Subtractive Color
Additive color
Hue
Value
engages color as reflected, not direct light. Primaries: red,…
color seen as light. primaries are red, green, and blue: comb…
a pure color without tint or shade
relative quality of lightness in color
Subtractive Color
engages color as reflected, not direct light. Primaries: red,…
Additive color
color seen as light. primaries are red, green, and blue: comb…
8 terms
Color Theory
Primary Colors
Secondary Colors
Analogous Color Scheme
Tertiary Colors
Red, Yellow and Blue
Orange, Purple (Violet) and Green
3-5 colors next to each other on the color wheel that share a…
Red-Orange, Red-Violet, Blue-Violet, Yellow-Orange, Blue-Gree…
Primary Colors
Red, Yellow and Blue
Secondary Colors
Orange, Purple (Violet) and Green
13 terms
Color Theory
Primary Colors
Secondary Colors
Tertiary (Intermediate) Colors
Complementary Colors
The three basic colors, red, yellow, and blue, from which it…
Colors that result from a mixture of two primary colors.
Colors produced by mixing a primary color and the adjacent se…
Two colors that are directly opposite each other on the color…
Primary Colors
The three basic colors, red, yellow, and blue, from which it…
Secondary Colors
Colors that result from a mixture of two primary colors.
14 terms
Color Theory
color wheel
warm colors
intermediate or tertiary
intensity
a color spectrum bent into a circle
red, yellow, orange
a primary and secondary together like yellow-green
the brightness and dullness of a hue
color wheel
a color spectrum bent into a circle
warm colors
red, yellow, orange
Color Theory
Monochromatic
Monochromatic
Color Scheme
Triad
a color scheme with tints and shades of one color.
a set of colors and the way they are combined.
a color scheme of three colors that make a triangle on the co…
Monochromatic
a color scheme with tints and shades of one color.
Monochromatic
15 terms
Color Theory
Primary Colors
Secondary Colors
Warm Colors
Cool Colors
Red,Blue,Yellow
orange, green, violet
Primary Colors
Red,Blue,Yellow
Secondary Colors
orange, green, violet
Color Theory
Primary Colors
Secondary Colors
Tertiary Colors
Intermediate Colors
Red, Yellow, Blue
Orange, Green, Purple
Red-Violet, Blue-Violet, Blue-Green, Yellow-Green, Yellow-Ora…
Red-Violet, Blue-Violet, Blue-Green, Yellow-Green, Yellow-Ora…
Primary Colors
Red, Yellow, Blue
Secondary Colors
Orange, Green, Purple
10 terms
Color Theory
color
primary colors
tints
shades
results when light is reflected off an object
red, yellow, blue
created by adding white to a color
created by adding black to a color
color
results when light is reflected off an object
primary colors
red, yellow, blue
11 terms
Color Theory
Color Theory
Color Scheme
Primary Colors
Secondary Colors
The study of colors (hues) and how they mix together to make…
The group of colors you choose to use in your artwork.
Common color scheme - Red, yellow, blue. These colors are spe…
Orange, purple, green. These are made by mixing two primary c…
Color Theory
The study of colors (hues) and how they mix together to make…
Color Scheme
The group of colors you choose to use in your artwork.
Color Theory
Primary Colors
Secondary Colors
Tertiary Colors
Analogous colors
Red, Yellow, Blue
Orange, Green, Violet
Yellow-orange, red-orange, red-violet, blue-violet, blue-gree…
Any three colors which are side by side on a 12 part color wh…
Primary Colors
Red, Yellow, Blue
Secondary Colors
Orange, Green, Violet
Color Theory
hue
value
primary colors
secondary colors
color
Relative lightness or darkness of a color as measured on a sc…
The basic colors (red, yellow, blue) that cannot be created b…
Colors (orange, green, violet) made by mixing equal parts of…
hue
color
value
Relative lightness or darkness of a color as measured on a sc…
15 terms
Color Theory
Monochromatic colors
Tints
Shades
Tones
are all the colors (tints, tones, and shades) of a single hue…
are created by adding white to a hue.
are created by adding black to a hue.
are created by adding grays to a hue.
Monochromatic colors
are all the colors (tints, tones, and shades) of a single hue…
Tints
are created by adding white to a hue.
Color Theory
color wheel
warm colors
intermediate or tertiary
intensity
a color spectrum bent into a circle
red, yellow, orange
a primary and secondary together like yellow-green
the brightness and dullness of a hue
color wheel
a color spectrum bent into a circle
warm colors
red, yellow, orange
Color Theory
color wheel
primary colors
secondary colors
complementary colors
a circular tool that shows color relationships
red, yellow and blue
green, orange and purple
colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel and wo…
color wheel
a circular tool that shows color relationships
primary colors
red, yellow and blue
56 terms
Color Theory
hue
value
value pattern
high key
color
Relative lightness or darkness of a color as measured on a sc…
The arrangement, variation and contrast of light and dark val…
An image that uses predominantly lighter values on the higher…
hue
color
value
Relative lightness or darkness of a color as measured on a sc…
32 terms
Color Theory
color wheel
primary colors
secondary colors
complementary colors
a circular tool that shows color relationships
red, yellow and blue
2 Primary Colors Mixed Together=
two colors which are directly OPPOSITE each other on the colo…
color wheel
a circular tool that shows color relationships
primary colors
red, yellow and blue
35 terms
Color Theory
Monochromatic
Monochromatic
Color Scheme
Triad
a color scheme with tints and shades of one color.
a set of colors and the way they are combined.
a color scheme of three colors that make a triangle on the co…
Monochromatic
a color scheme with tints and shades of one color.
Monochromatic
Color Theory
Primary Colors
Secondary Colors
Tertiary Colors
Warm Colors
The hues of Red, Blue, and Yellow that cannot be made by mixi…
Hues such as Orange, Green, and Violet made from mixing two p…
Hues made from mixing a primary color with an adjacent second…
Colors associated with warmth such as yellows, oranges, and r…
Primary Colors
The hues of Red, Blue, and Yellow that cannot be made by mixi…
Secondary Colors
Hues such as Orange, Green, and Violet made from mixing two p…
5 terms
Color Theory
Primary Colors
Secondary Colors
Tertiary Colors
Analogus Colors
Blue, Yellow, Red
Green, Orange, Purple
Yellow-orange, red-orange, red-purple, blue-purple, blue-gree…
Colors that are adjacent on the color wheel
Primary Colors
Blue, Yellow, Red
Secondary Colors
Green, Orange, Purple
16 terms
Color Theory
monochromatic
hue
analogous colors
color wheel
a color scheme involving the use of only one hue that can var…
refers to the name of a pure color (e.g., red, blue, yellow).…
refers to closely related colors; a color scheme that combine…
A tool artists use to help identify colors, to mix colors and…
monochromatic
a color scheme involving the use of only one hue that can var…
hue
refers to the name of a pure color (e.g., red, blue, yellow).…
11 terms
Color Theory
accent color
analogous colors
complementary colors
color blocking
A color that stands out the most in an outfit, picture, or co…
Colors located next to each other on the color wheel.
Colors located directly across from one another on the color…
The use of (often bold) blocks of pure color in an outfit.
accent color
A color that stands out the most in an outfit, picture, or co…
analogous colors
Colors located next to each other on the color wheel.
Color theory
Primary Colors
Secondary Colors
Cool Colors
Warm Colors
Red, Yellow, Blue
Green, Orange, Violet
Blue, Green, Violet
Red, Orange, Yellow
Primary Colors
Red, Yellow, Blue
Secondary Colors
Green, Orange, Violet
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