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Color Theory for Beginners: Using the Color Wheel and Color Harmonies
A TRIADIC COLOR SCHEME Uses 3 colors that are evenly spaced around the color wheel like a triangle. These color combinations are often bold and vibrant. Read the full article to learn more about color harmonies, color theory and the color wheel. #colorharmony #color #colors sarahrenaeclark.com
the color scheme for split complementary colors
Color Theory for Beginners: Using the Color Wheel and Color Harmonies
a SPLIT COMPLEMENTARY color scheme is similar to a complementary color scheme, except one of the colors is split into two nearby colors. This keeps the high contrast of the complementary color scheme, but also adds more variety. Read the full article to learn more about color harmonies, color theory and the color wheel. #colorharmony #color #colors sarahrenaeclark.com
the complementary color combination is shown in this poster
Color Theory for Beginners: Using the Color Wheel and Color Harmonies
A COMPLEMENTARY COLOR SCHEME Takes 2 colors from opposite sides of the color wheel, such as red and green or blue and orange. This type of color scheme is great for creating strong contrast in your image. Read the full article to learn more about color harmonies, color theory and the color wheel. #colorharmony #color #colors sarahrenaeclark.com
the color scheme for monochromatic colors
Color Theory for Beginners: Using the Color Wheel and Color Harmonies
Monochromatic color harmonies take just one base color (or hue) from our wheel and use different shades, tones or tints to create a group of colors. Read the full article to learn more about color harmonies, color theory and the color wheel. #colorharmony #color #colors sarahrenaeclark.com
an iphone screen with watercolors on it and the words drawn in different colors
Watercolor Tips and Tricks
How to save your dried up paint brushes. Now saved on my YouTube Channel Delicate Dots Andrea
the color wheel with different colors in it
Warm and Cool Colours. Colours categorised as warm are those that include hues associated with imagery that features, fire, warm climates and geographic locations. Cool colours include hues associated with imagery that features snow, ice, cold climates and geographic locations. Greys, whites and neutral colours includes undertones that are warm, cool or neutral. Warm and cold colour illustration by Zena O’Connor, PhD.