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2 ColorColor An facet of arts that is obtained from reflected light

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3 shade Spectrum when light passes with a wedge shame glass, dubbed a prism, the beam that white light is bent and separated into bands of shade

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5 The name of color in the shade spectrum Hue REDYELLOWBLUE HUE

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6 can not be made main Colors BLUE RED YELLOW

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7 make from mixing primary colors secondary Colors green ORANGE VIOLET

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8 made from mix a primary shade with a second color intermediate Colors BLUE-VIOLET RED-VIOLET BLUE-GREENRED-ORANGE YELLOW-ORANGE YELLOW-GREEN

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9 The spectrum bent into a circle color Wheel

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10 pigment (paint, fancy pencils) Other color Systems… RYB

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11 irradiate (stars, stage lights, TV screens) Other shade Systems… RG B

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12 pigment (graphics, inks) Other color Systems… CMYK

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13 The art facet that defines the darkness or lightness of a shade Value

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14 Shades – A dark worth of a hue colors – A light value of a hue

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15 The brightness or dullness the a color Intensity High IntensityLow soot vividstrongfairmedium weak

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16 colour opposite each other on the color wheel Complementary colors blue red yellow orange green violet

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17 mixing a hue through its compliment: Lowers its intensity Is exactly how we get NEUTRAL colour Complementary colors

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18 Monochrome method one shade Color Schemes Monochromatic shade scheme: A shade scheme that uses only one hue add to the tints and shades of that hue. Effect: Unifying

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19 Colors that sit next by side on the shade wheel and have a typical hue. Effect: helps tie in one shape to the following through a common color so it uniform with more variety. Analogous colour Analogous shade scheme

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20 Analogous color Scheme Edward Hopper - Compartment C, car 293

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21 color that space opposite the each other on the shade wheel. Effect: exciting, loud, eye catching Complementary colors

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22 Complementary shade Scheme Vincent van Gogh - Noon: remainder From occupational

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23 written of 3 colors spaced equally apart ~ above the shade wheel. Effect: The contrast is no as solid as that between complements shade Triads Primary second

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24 color Triads

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25 break-up Complements The mix of one hue add to the hues on every side that its compliment. Effect: has actually less contrast, but an ext variety than directly complements.

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26 separation Complements

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27 Blues, greens, and also violets Usually associated with water, ice/snow, or grass. Cool color seem come recede or move away Warm/Cool colour Reds, Oranges, and yellows Usually associated with Sunshine or fire. Warm colors move towards the viewer.

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28 heat & Cool

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29 colors that result when a true color is affected by unusual lighting or that surroundings. Colors as we view them. Optical color

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30 Arbitrary shade Color preferred by personal preference. Artists pick arbitrary colors fairly than optical colors because they desire to use shade to express meaning, feelings, and moods.

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