HUES are the 12 purest brightest colors forming the full spectrum ~ 3 Primary Colors; 3 Secondary Colors; 6 Tertiary Colors. A TINT (sometimes called a pastel) is any color with white added. A SHADE is any color with black added. A TONE is created by adding gray.

HUES are the 12 purest brightest colors forming the full spectrum ~ 3 Primary Colors; 3 Secondary Colors; 6 Tertiary Colors. A TINT (sometimes called a pastel) is any color with white added. A SHADE is any color with black added. A TONE is created by adding gray.

Objective:   Students will create a color wheel using one point perspective, accurate color placement and value      CA Art Standards...

Objective: Students will create a color wheel using one point perspective, accurate color placement and value CA Art Standards...

The ABCs of Art- Learn about more complex color theory in design and art. Also linked to fab resources for art theory

The ABCs of Art- Learn about more complex color theory in design and art. Also linked to fab resources for art theory

A better explanation than I've ever gotten from a teacher or book. This could be the wiki for color theory: Why do some color schemes work, and others don’t?

A better explanation than I've ever gotten from a teacher or book. This could be the wiki for color theory: Why do some color schemes work, and others don’t?

Nothing teaches you as much about color mixing as creating your own color wheel!

Nothing teaches you as much about color mixing as creating your own color wheel!

Color Wheel for Elementary Students     I’ve found that most color wheels are either too complicated (lots of sections and subsections) or too simple (three overlapping balloons) for your average elementary student. My solution is to make my own, and also diagram primary, secondary, warm, cool and complementary colors. You can download a copy for free HERE (new link). Enjoy!

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Color Wheel for Elementary Students I’ve found that most color wheels are either too complicated (lots of sections and subsections) or too simple (three overlapping balloons) for your average elementary student. My solution is to make my own, and also diagram primary, secondary, warm, cool and complementary colors. You can download a copy for free HERE (new link). Enjoy!

Blog: art lessons, art reviews, color theory / Fine Artist Gonzalo Ruiz Navarro…

Decorating Around the Color Wheel: From Analogous to Triadic Color Schemes

Blog: art lessons, art reviews, color theory / Fine Artist Gonzalo Ruiz Navarro…

Interactive color wheel art lesson for 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th grade middle school students. Great project for learning about the element of art color! Also for practicing mixing colors and learning the primary, secondary, and tertiary colors.

Interactive color wheel art lesson for 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th grade middle school students. Great project for learning about the element of art color! Also for practicing mixing colors and learning the primary, secondary, and tertiary colors.

Color Theory Chart - beautifully simply way to learn this! (I used to use opposites via the color wheel to correct scans of stained photos - I learned about this theory from a lady with a raspberry stain over half her face - she used green tint before applying base)

30 Cheatsheets & Infographics For Graphic Designers

Color Theory Chart - beautifully simply way to learn this! (I used to use opposites via the color wheel to correct scans of stained photos - I learned about this theory from a lady with a raspberry stain over half her face - she used green tint before applying base)

I created a second version of my color theory poster. As I delved deeper into the subject I realized there is enough information to create ...

I created a second version of my color theory poster. As I delved deeper into the subject I realized there is enough information to create ...

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