Colors, Texture and Lines
Primary, Secondary, Complementary, Warm and Cool, Monochromatic
Primary Colors: red, yellow and blue
Primary colors are red, yellow and blue. They are the three pigment colors that cannot be made by mixing any other colors. These colors are mixed to create all other colors and can be combined with white or black to create tints (lighter tones) and shades (darker hues) of these colors.
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Secondary Colors: orange, green and purple
Orange, green and purple are secondary colors. They are created by mixing two of the three primary colors together.
Complementary colors are two colors on opposite sides of the color wheel, which when placed next to each other make both appear brighter. The complementary color of a primary color (red, blue and yellow) is the color you get by mixing the other two (red+blue=purple; blue+yellow=green; red+yellow=orange). So, the complementary color for red is green, for blue it's orange, and for yellow it's purple.
Monochromatic Color Scheme
Warm and Cool Colors
The temperature of a color affects the way it interacts with other colors. Colors are either warm or cool relative to other colors.
Yellow red and orange are considered to be WARM
Blue, green and violet are considered to be COOL
However, within each color family, there are also warm and cool colors
Cadmium yellow medium is considered warm
Whereas lemon yellow is considered cool
Comparing Warm and Cool Colors | ArtQuest | NPT
The colors of the rainbow: Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet
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Horizontal, Vertical, Diagonal, Zig Zag, Wavy, Dashed, Dotted, Loop de Loop
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