COLOR. DESIGN’S MOST EXCITING ELEMENT. COLOR HAS THREE DIMENSIONS OR QUALITIES:. Hue Value Intensity. HUE. The name given to a color. RED YELLOW VIOLET. VALUE. The lightness or darkness of a color. TINT.
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The name given to a color.
RED YELLOW VIOLET
The lightness or darkness of a color
Made by adding white to a color so that it is lighter.
HUE WHITE TINT
Made by adding black to a color so that it is darker.
HUE BLACK SHADE
The brightness or dullness of a color.
FUSCHIA - HIGH INTENSITY
OLIVE - LOW INTENSITY
(NOT REALLY COLORS)
White + Black
Can be used with most colors
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Made by mixing equal amounts of adjoining primary and secondary colors.
This is a one-color plan that uses different tints, shades and intensities of the color
This color scheme uses related, or neighboring colors on the color wheel with varying values and intensities of the colors.
This color scheme uses opposite hues on the color wheel. These colors are across from each other on the wheel and have great contrast.
This color scheme uses three colors, one color with the two colors on each side of its complement.
This color scheme combines three colors equidistant on the color wheel and has a great deal of contrast.
This color scheme combines white, black, gray or sometimes beige with a bright color accent.
If not used wisely or combined well, color can cause apparel to look too gaudy or very drab.
Harmony results when hues, values and intensities are combined in a pleasing way.