Special Sub-Topic: Random Art
|What are the three primary colors?|
Yellow, blue, red. These three colors form all the other colors except white and black; they can be formed by mixing any colors.
|What are the six tertiary colors?|
Yellow-green, Blue-green, Blue-violet, Red-Violet, Red-orange, Yellow-orange. You form these colors by mixing one primary color and one secondary color together.
|What is/are the secondary color(s)?|
orange, violet, green. These are the colors formed by mixing the primary colors.
|How do you make neutral grey?|
Mix two complementary colors together. Neutral grey is exactly grey. All you have to do is mix two complementary colors like green and magenta together and that's considered neutral grey.
|What are the cool colors?|
Yellow-Green, Green, Blue-Green, Blue, Blue-Violet, Violet. Cool colors tend to have a calming effect.
|What are the warm colors?|
Yellow, Yellow-Orange, Orange, Red-Orange, Red, Red-Violet. Warm colors tend to have a warming up feeling.
|No matter how hard you try, you can't mix different paint to make white.|
t. In art, black is used to darken any color mostly.
White is used to lighten any color.
|How many colors are on the color wheel total... including neutral grey?|
13. Today's color wheel is really simple... it only shows 13 colors on it.
|Sir Isaac Newton developed the first circular diagram of colors in 1666. |
t. Sir Isaac Newton developed the first circular diagram of colors also called the color wheel in 1666.
|When you mix complementary colors, what color do you get?|
Brown. Complementary colors are any two colors of light which produce white they are said to be complementary colors of each other.
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