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The. Color Wheel. www.designbiz.com. By Denise Jackson. The Color Wheel is. The arrangement of colors around a circle showing relationships between the primary colors, secondary colors, and intermediate colors.

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The

Color Wheel

www.designbiz.com

By Denise Jackson


The Color Wheel is...

The arrangement of colors around a circle showing relationships between the primary colors, secondary colors, and intermediate colors.


Primary colors red blue and yellow every other color is made up of some combination of these three
Primary Colors -Red,Blue,andYellow.Every other color is made up of some combination of these three.


Secondary Colors - Orange, Green, and Violet. Secondary colors lie between the primary colors on the color wheel. These colors result from two primary colors being mixed together.


Yellow red orange yellow blue green red blue violet

How to mix the Secondary colors:

Yellow + red = orangeyellow + blue = greenred + blue = violet


Intermediate colors--also called Tertiary colors--result from one primary color and one secondary color being mixed together.


How to mix the intermediate colors
How to mix the Intermediate colors: from one primary color and one secondary color being mixed together.

Red + Orange = Red-Orange

Red + Violet = Red-Violet

Yellow + Orange = Yellow-Orange

Yellow + Green = Yellow-Green

Blue + Violet = Blue-Violet

Blue + Green = Blue-Green


www.schools.bvsd.org from one primary color and one secondary color being mixed together.


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