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Name the Primary Colors.
Red, Blue, and Yellow are the Primary Colors.
Name the Secondary Colors.
Orange, Violet (Purple), and Green are the Secondary Colors.
What 2 Primary Colors make Violet or Purple?
Equal parts of Red and Blue create Violet or Purple.
What 2 Primary Colors make Green?
Equal parts of Blue and Yellow create Green.
What 2 Primary Colors make Orange?
Equal parts of Red and Yellow create Orange.
Name the Primary Colors.
Red, Blue, and Yellow are the Primary Colors.
Name the Secondary Colors.
Orange, Violet (Purple), and Green are the Secondary Colors.
What 2 Primary Colors make Violet or Purple?
Equal parts of Red and Blue create Violet or Purple.
What 2 Primary Colors make Green?
Equal parts of Blue and Yellow create Green.
What 2 Primary Colors make Orange?
Equal parts of Red and Yellow create Orange.
A basic color that cannot be made by mixing other colors together is:
A Primary Color. Only Red, Blue, and Yellow are colors NOT made by mixing other colors.
A color made by mixing equal amounts of two Primary Colors together is:
A Secondary, or Intermediary Color is mde by mixing equal parts of two Primary Colors together.
Warm colors are associated with:
Fire and sunlight. Warm colors range from Reds to Yellows.
Cool colors are associated with:
Water, sky, grass, and shade. Cool colors range from the greens to violets.
Monochromatic Colors are:
One color plus tints and/or shades of that color.
A Tint is:
One color with white added to it. Tints can vary with the amount of white added.
A Shade is:
One color with black added to it. Shades can vary with the amount of black added.
Analogous Colors are colors that:
Appear next to each other on the color wheel.
Complementary Colors are colors that are:
Direct opposites on the color wheel. IE: Purple or Violet is the 'complement' of Yellow.
Value is the element of art that describes:
The range of Tints and Shades of a color.
A Tint is:
One color with white added to it. Tints can vary with the amount of white added.
A Shade is:
One color with black added to it. Shades can vary with the amount of black added.
Analogous Colors are colors that:
Appear next to each other on the color wheel.
Complementary Colors are colors that are:
Direct opposites on the color wheel. IE: Purple or Violet is the 'complement' of Yellow.
Value is the element of art that describes:
The range of Tints and Shades of a color.