Glossary of Color Theory 2
Other Decks By This User
- White represents what symbolically?
- The brightness or dullness of a color is called:
- What are three sets of complementary colors?
- red and green, blue and orange, and yellow and violet
- What colors are effective for showing atmospheric distance?
- Cool colors: blues, blue greens and blue violets
- Traditionally, green can represent this human emotion.
- The lightness or darkness of a color is:
- Which colors cannot be made from other colors?
- Primary colors/red, yellow and blue
- What is a hue?
- The name of a color, like magenta
- Seeing red means you are this in symbolism.
- If you mix yellow with black, what is the resulting color?
- Name 4 cool analogous colors
- blue violet, blue, blue green, green
- What colors are made from two primary colors?
- Secondary colors: green, orange and violet
- Name 5 warm analogous colors
- red violet, red, red orange, orange and yellow orange
- One color plus black and white is what type of color scheme?
- Using color as a symbol, yellow can represent what traditionally?
- What colors are always cool?
- Any color with blue in it:Blue violet, blue green, blue, for example
- Feeling sad or depressed is often called feeling_____.
- One color plus white is called a:
- This is often viewed as the color of royalty.
- These colors are mixed from one primary and one secondary color.
- Tertiary or intermediate colors
- Black is often used to represent this side of human nature:
- One color plus black is a:
- What are the three secondary colors?
- Green, orange, and violet
- Adding blue to orange produces what color?
- What are the three primary colors?
- Red, yellow and blue
- What are the 6 tertiary colors?
- red-violet, blue-violet, blue-green, yellow-green, yellow-orange, and red-orange
- These colors are next to each other on the colorwheel.
- What colors are used to emphasize highlights?
- Warm colors like yellows, pinks, and oranges
- These colors are opposites on the colorwheel.
You must Login or Register to add cards