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  1. Exploring color schemes and how colors are created Color My World! BEGIN

  2. Main Menu Choose where you would like to begin: Color Schemes Colors Quiz

  3. Colors Through this lesson, you will gain an understanding on how colors can be mixed to create any color under the rainbow! Main Menu Begin Lesson

  4. Colors Everywhere we go colors are apparent. The world is filled with different types of colors: primary, secondary, and tertiary. Through this lesson you will learn what is meant by these categories and how these colors can be mixed to create new colors. Back Continue Main Menu

  5. Primary Colors • Primary colors are the basis of all colors. • Primary colors include: • Red • Yellow • Blue Continue Back Main Menu

  6. Secondary Colors • Secondary colors are simply primary colors combined to make a new color. • Secondary colors include: • Orange • Green • Violet Continue Back Main Menu

  7. Now try to make your own secondary colors! • Go to http://painting.about.com/library/blpaint/blcolormixingpalette1.htm • Follow the directions and by only using the primary colors, create the following secondary colors: • Red + Yellow = Orange • Yellow + Blue = Green • Blue + Red = Violet Continue Back Main Menu

  8. Tertiary Colors • These colors are created when adjacent colors on the color wheel are mixed. • Tertiary colors include: • Red/Orange • Yellow/Orange • Yellow/Green • Blue/Green • Blue/Violet • Red/Violet Continue Back Main Menu

  9. Now try to make your own tertiary colors! • Go to http://painting.about.com/library/blpaint/blcolormixingpalette1.htm • Using the online simulation, create the following tertiary colors: • Red + Orange = Red/Orange • Yellow + Orange = Yellow/Orange • Yellow + Green = Yellow/Green • Blue + Green = Blue/Green • Blue + Violet = Blue/Violet • Red + Violet = Red/Violet Continue Back Main Menu

  10. You have now mastered color mixing! Now that you have created primary, secondary, and tertiary colors, proceed on to the color schemes section! Color Schemes Back Main Menu

  11. Color Schemes Through this lesson, you will learn how to create monochromatic, analogous, complementary, and triadic color schemes! Continue Main Menu

  12. Color Schemes Color schemes are simply groups of colors that work harmoniously together and are appealing to the eye when placed together. Color schemes consist of monochromatic schemes, analogous schemes, complementary schemes, and triadic schemes. Through this lesson, you will learn the difference between the three and how to create examples of each scheme. Continue Back Main Menu

  13. Monochromatic Schemes • The colors used in this scheme are all derived from the same base color. • Examples • Green • Blue • Orange Continue Back Main Menu

  14. Analogous Schemes • This scheme consists of adjacent colors on the color wheel. • Examples: • Red • Yellow • Blue Continue Back Main Menu

  15. Complementary Schemes • This scheme consists of complementary colors or colors that are across from each other on the color wheel. • Examples: • Red/Green • Yellow/Violet • Blue/ Orange Continue Back Main Menu

  16. Triadic Schemes • This scheme consists of colors placed 120 degrees from each other on the color wheel. • Examples: • Yellow/Green-Red/Orange-Blue/Violet • Red-Yellow-Blue • Orange-Green-Violet Continue Back Main Menu

  17. Test Your Skills! Now that you have completed the lesson, test out your abilities by trying to make a 3-color color scheme using the online color mixer (http://painting.about.com/library/blpaint/blcolormixingpalette1.htm). Try to create a monochromatic, analogous, complementary, and triadic scheme! Continue Back Main Menu

  18. Great Job! Now that you have completed the colors and color schemes sections, test out your skills and take the quiz! Quiz Back Main Menu

  19. Quiz Test out your knowledge about colors and color schemes by answering these questions! Begin Main Menu

  20. Colors When mixed together, what colors form orange? • Green and Blue • Red and Yellow • Yellow and Green Main Menu

  21. Correct! Orange is created when red and yellow are mixed together! Continue Main Menu

  22. Try Again! When mixed, green and blue create blue/green. Try Again Main Menu

  23. Try Again! When mixed, yellow and green create yellow/green. Main Menu Try Again

  24. Colors What color is created when blue and red are mixed together? • Blue/Green • Violet • Yellow Main Menu

  25. Correct! Blue and red, when combined, create violet! Continue Main Menu

  26. Try Again! Blue/Green is created when blue and green are mixed. Try Again Main Menu

  27. Try Again! Yellow is a primary color. No colors can be mixed together to create yellow. Try Again Main Menu

  28. Colors Which of the following colors is a primary color? • Orange • Blue • Violet Main Menu

  29. Correct! Blue is a primary color! Continue Main Menu

  30. Try Again! Orange is a secondary color. Try Again Main Menu

  31. Try Again! Violet is a secondary color. Try Again Main Menu

  32. Color Schemes Which of the following is an analogous color scheme? • Blue-Blue/Green-Blue/Violet • Orange/Green/Violet • Blue

  33. Correct! Blue-Blue/Green-Blue/Violet is an analogous color scheme! Continue Main Menu

  34. Try Again! Orange-Green-Violet is a triadic color scheme. Try Again Main Menu

  35. Try Again! Blue is a monochromatic color scheme. Try Again Main Menu

  36. Color Schemes Which type of color scheme is yellow/green-red/orange-blue/violet? • Monochromatic • Triadic • Complementary

  37. Correct! • Blue-Blue/Green-Blue/Violet is a triadic color scheme! Continue Main Menu

  38. Try Again! Monochromatic color schemes consist of colors that all have the same core color. Try Again Main Menu

  39. Try Again! Complementary color schemes consist of colors that are directly across from each other on the color wheel. Try Again Main Menu

  40. Congratulations! You have completed the assessment! You have now mastered colors, color mixing, and color schemes! Main Menu