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Colours

pranks color wheel
Colour of an object is not actually within the object itself. Rather, colour is in the light that shines, absorbs and reflect in different wave length. Light and colour are seen by the human eye because of two types of photoreceptor cell-rods and cones located in the retina of the eye. Rods are sensitive to light and dark cones are sensitive to red, green and blue light and responsible for colour version. These photoreceptors convey the colour of light to our brain. A colour wheel or colour circle is an abstract illustrative organization of colour around a circle that shows relationship between primary, secondary and tertiary colours. Some sources use the term colour wheel and colour circle interchangeably, however one term or the other may be accurate in certain field or certain version as mentioned above. The arrangement of color around the colour circle is often considered to be in correspondence with the wave length of light as opposed to hues, in accordance with the original color circle of Isaac Newton. Modern color circle includes the purple, however between red and violet. Color scientists and psychologist use the additive primaries red, green, blue and often refer to their arrangement around circle as a color as opposed to a colour wheel.

Effects & Powers of Colours

Colour is one of the most powerful elements. It has tremendous expressive qualities. Undertaking the uses of color is crucial to effective composition in design and fine arts. The word color is the general term which applied to the whole subject red, orange, yellow, green, blue, violet, black and white and all possible combination thereof. Hue is the correct word to use to refer to just the pure spectrum color. Any colour can be described in term of its value and hue. In addition the various physical phenomena and psychological effect combine to effect our perception of a color.

Hue & Value

Value is defined as relative lightness or darkness of a color. It is an important part for a designer artist in the way that it defines from and creates spatial illusions. Contrast of value separates object in space while gradation of value suggests mass and contour of contiguous surface. Hue has also value. Hue is the term for the pure spectrum colors commonly referred to be the "Colour names" red, orange, yellow, blue, green, voilet which appear in the circle or rainbow, theoretically result in black. Therefore pigment mixture is sometimes referred to as subtractive mixture. The colour wheel is the basic tool for combining colors. The first color diagram was designed by Sir Isaac Newton in 1666. The color wheel is designed so that virtually any color you pick from it will look good together. Over the years, many variations of the basic design have been made but the most common version is wheel of 12 colors based on the RVB (or artistic) colour model. Traditionally, there are a number of color combination that are considered especially pleasing. These are called color harmonies or color chords and they consist of 2 or more color with a fixed relation in the colour wheel.
color hue and value

Primary , Secondary and Tertiary Colours

primary secondary and tertiary colours
Tint, Shades and Tones
These terms are often used incorrectly. Although they decide fairly simple color concepts. If a color is made lighter by adding white, the result is called tint. If black is added, the darker version is called a shade and if grey is added is a different tone.
Color harmonies - Basic techniques of creating a color wheel
Below shown are the basic color chord based on the color wheel.
Colour Relationship
Color relationship may be displayed as a color wheel or a color triangle.
color schemes

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