Color Theory. Color. - Element of Art made up of Hue, Intensity and Value. Primary Colors. Red, Yellow, and Blue. Secondary Colors. Tertiary or Intermediate Colors. R.ed O.range Y.ellow G.reen B.lue V.iolet. Complimentary Colors. Analogous Colors.
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- Element of Art made up of Hue, Intensity and Value
Red, Yellow, and Blue
For example: red/violet, red, and red/orange.
Another example is yellow-green, green, and blue
One Color and its values.
Another name for color
- The dullness or the brightness of a color.
- The light value of a hue/color. Made by adding white.
- The Darker value of a hue/color. Made by adding black.
- Not allowing light to pass through; cannot see through.
- Paint that is made by mixing egg yolk
and water; this paint dries very quickly