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Complementary colors

Two hues directly opposite one another on a color wheel that, when mixed together in proper proportions, produce a neutral gray.

Geometric shape

Any shape enclosed by square or straight or perfectly circular lines. Usually contrasted with organic shapes.


That property of a color identifying a specific, named wavelength of light such as green, red , violet , and so on. Often used synonymously with color.


The relative purity or saturation of a hue(color), on a scale from bright(pure) to dull. Varying intensities are achieved by mixing a hue with a neutral or with another hue.


Three-dimensional form having physical bulk. Usually a characteristic of a sculpture or a building. Also, the illusion of such a form on a two-dimensional surface.

Organic shape

An irregular, non-geometric shape. A shape that resembles any living matter. Most organic shapes are not drawn with a ruler or a compass.

Picture plane

The two-dimensional picture surface.


The lightness or darkness of tones or colors. White is the lightest value; black is the darkest. The value halfway between these extremes is called middle gray. Sometimes called 'tone'.