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Let’s take a look at the
Color Wheel
Color Schemes
and
Color Values
• Learning to mix colors is important.
• Knowing the placement of colors on the
color wheel will help you mix colors and
help you decide which colors to add to
your painting or drawing!
• Your choice of color schemes can make a
big difference in the success of your
project.
• The primary colors are red, yellow, and
blue.
• These colors can be combined to create
secondary colors…green, violet, and
orange.
• Red plus blue will make violet.
• Yellow plus blue will make green.
• Red plus yellow will make orange.
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mixed with
mixed with
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will make
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will make
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PRIMARY COLORS CANNOT BE MADE FROM OTHER COLORS
Secondary colors can be created from primary colors.
POINTILLISM
George Seurat ( December 2,1859 – March 29,1891) developed
a painting technique called pointillism, where dots of
pure color are positioned next to each other on a canvas.
From a distance, the colors appear to mix and create
new colors.
Tertiary Colors
A tertiary color is a color made by mixing
one primary color with one secondary
color.
Warm colors seem to move toward the viewer in a painting
Warm colors are red, pink, orange and yellow. This family of
colors is called warm because they remind you of warm things
like the sun or fire.
Cool colors seem to recede, or move away in a painting
Cool colors remind us of cool things like the ocean or winter sky.
They include blue, violet and green.
Georgia O'Keeffe
(November 15, 1887 – March 6, 1986)
Warm Color Scheme
Cool Color Scheme
consist of different values (tints and shades) of one single color.
Tint - color plus white to make the color lighter.
Shade - color plus black to make the color darker.
Complementary colors are colors that are
opposite of each other on the color wheel,
such as blue and orange, red and green,
violet and yellow.
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Vincent van Gogh uses a complimentary color
scheme in this painting titled La Berceuse (1889; Oil on canvas)
Analogous color schemes
use colors that are next to each other
on the color wheel.
"NymphГ©as"
Claude MONET 1916-19
An analogous color scheme is similar to the
monochromatic color scheme, but offers more
depth.
Split-complementary color
scheme
A color scheme that includes a main color and the two
colors on each side of its complementary (opposite)
color on the color wheel.
Georgia O-Keeffe
Jack in the Pullpit No. V, 1930
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