Color has played an important role in communication, psychology, and even physical health giving color power. Whether it is in interior design, graphic design, or fine art, it can affect the mood in different ways. Let’s take a look at the color wheel which is important and sometimes can be intimidating for designers and artists. The color wheel is made up of twelve basic hues: three primaries, three secondary, and six tertiary. The color wheel is a circular display of 12 hues of color arranged according to their relationship to one another. The Color Wheel Divided into three main groups of Color
1) Primary Colors:
Yellow, Red, and Blue.
There are no two colors that can be mixed to create these colors.
2) Secondary Colors:
Orange, Green and Violet
These colors are made by mixing equal amounts of two primary colors located closest to each other on the color wheel.
3) Tertiary Colors: Yellow Green , Yellow Orange, Red Orange , Red Violet, Blue Violet, Blue Green.
These colors are made by mixing a secondary color with the closest primary color on the wheel.
A color wheel is a visual representation of colors arranged according to their chromatic relationship. Begin a color wheel by positioning primary hues equidistant from one another, then create a bridge between primaries using secondary and tertiary colors. COLOR TERMINOLOGY
Primary Colors: Colors at their basic essence; those colors that cannot be created by mixing others.
Secondary Colors: Those colors achieved by a mixture of two primaries.
Tertiary Colors: Those colors achieved by a mixture of primary and secondary hues.
Complementary Colors: Those colors located opposite each other on a color