Color Basics :: 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. Tones are somehow more pleasing to the eye, more complex, subtle & sophisticated. ...ღTrish W ~http://www.pinterest.com/trishw/

HUES are the 12 purest & brightest colors with Primary Colors, Secondary Colors, and Tertiary Colors. TINTS (aka Pastel) is any color with white added. SHADE: any color with black added. TONE: is created by adding gray.

Rose - Compassion, right in the feels.

The Frontal Lobe controls emotions like the ones shown here in "Emotions of Color" - Feng Shui. Amazingly depressing range of color thoughts, fuck that, every color rocks!

The ultimate color combinations cheat sheet

The Ultimate Color Combinations Cheat Sheet

Complementary (also known as supplementary or contrasting) colors are colors that sit opposite of each other on the Itten color circle. The combination of such colors creates a vivid and energizing effect, especially at maximum saturation.

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Colour Theory from Inkfumes: Poster Designs: Color, Design, Typography Theory

color wheel

What is color theory in art? How can it help with your painting? What are complementary, analogous, and triadic color schemes? What is Color Harmony?

Free Vintage Color Wheels & Charts on my blog for download!

psychologyofcolor: “I love this vintage color wheel called The Hiler Color System. It gives “emotional values” of the separate spectrum colors and “tabulates reaction of the average person to these.

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