Color!. The visual spice!!!. The Color Wheel. There are 12 hues in the spectrum of color. They are divided into three categories: Primary Secondary Tertiary. The Primary Colors. Red, Yellow, and Blue These colors cannot be created by mixing any other colors together.
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The visual spice!!!
Monochromatic: One color and its tints, tones and shades.
Complementary: two colors directly opposite from one another on the color wheel, such as red and green, or orange-red and blue-green.
Analogous/adjacent Choose a color and the two colors that lie on either side of it to assemble the scheme. Example: blue, blue-purple and blue-green to complete the scheme.
Neutral/achromatic: white, gray, brown and black used in a room.
Accented neutral: Neutral color with an accent of one other hue.
Triad: Three colors that are equally distanced on the color wheel. An example of this would be orange, green, and purple or red, yellow, and blue.Color Schemes Defined
Here are some examples of various colors and their meanings: