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Primary Colors (definition)
Colors which cannot be mixed from other colors.
Primary Colors (names)
Red
Yellow
Blue
Secondary Colors (definition)
Colors made by mixing primary colors.
Secondary Colors (names)
Green
Orange
Purple
Tertiary/ Intermediate Colors (definition)
Colors made by mixing primary and secondary colors.
Tertiary/ Intermediate Colors (names)
red-purple, red-orange, blue-purple, blue-green, yellow-orange, yellow-green
Afterimage
The reaction in the brain which creates the image of a complement of a color when the color is removed.
Analogous
The color scheme that contains colors which sit next to each other on the color wheel.
Binder
A material that holds pigment together.
Color
The element of art that deals with bands of reflected light.
Color Scheme
A planned group of colors.
Color Wheel
The color spectrum bent in a circle.
Color Spectrum
The range of visible colors when white light is filtered through a prism.
Cool Colors
The color scheme which uses blues, greens and purples.
Complementary
A color scheme which uses two colors located on the opposite sides of the color wheel from each other.
Dyes
Pigment dissolved in liquid.
Hue
A pure color without tones or darkness.
Intensity
The brightness or darkness of a color, pure hue is the highest form.
Monochromatic
A color scheme which uses a variety of values of only one color.
Neutrals
Colors that recede, a.k.a. Black, White, Gray, or Brown.
Optical Color
Color used by artist which is as close to what the eye sees as possible.
Pigments
Fine ground, colored powders that form paint when mixed with a binder.
Shades
A dark value of a hue made by mixing a hue with black.
Solvents
A liquid that controls the thickness of the paint.
Split-Complementary
A color scheme which uses 1 color & the 2 colors next to its complement.
Tints
A light value of a hue made by mixing a hue with white.
Warm Colors
The color scheme which uses reds, oranges, and yellows.
Ingredients in Paint
Solvent
Binder
Pigment
Arbitrary Color
Color used by an artist that is non-realistic.
tonality
When a work of art is mostly but not entirely one color.