This tutorial discusses some basic aspects of color and how artists use color as and element of composition.
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Colors in which blue is dominant.
Colors in which yellow and red are dominant.
The amount of black added to a color.
The type of color—blue, green, red, are all different hues.
The intensity of a color, dependent on the amount of white added. Lavender is a low-intensity shade of purple.
Orange, green, purple—the colors made by combining primary colors.
Red, yellow, blue.
The arrangement of prismatic colors on a circle so that complementary colors are across from each other.