Modern Color Theory-3

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Christian Herrera Nicole Galvin
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“Desire to fit a chosen contour,
such as the pyramid, cone,
cylinder or cube, coupled with a
lack of proper test, has led to
many distorted statements of
color relations, & it becomes
evident, when physical
measurement of pigment values
& chromas is studied, that no
regular contour will serve.”
– Albert H. Munsell, A Pigment Color System & Notation
Hue – measured around horizontal circles
Chroma – measured radially
outward from the vertical axis
Value – measured vertically
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Example of
Munsell’s System
A Light Yellow Hue with
a Dark Color Mixed In =
5Y 8/12
Pure yellow (5Y) of light hue (8) with a hint of
the complimentary color purple (identified by its
value in the mix as 12)
Johannes
Itten
Color Contrasts
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Contrasts of Hue
The interaction of two
or
more different colors
http://myweb.wssu.edu/betzs/primary25a.jpg
Light-Dark
Contrast
Contrast
between light
values & dark
values
Simultaneous
Contrast
Contrast of Extension (Proportion)
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Equiluminance
http://visualizeit.files.wordpress.com/2008/10/siggraph.png
Partitive
Color
Mixing
https://fbcdn-sphotos-c-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-ash3/t1/1506813_10151907761701487_2089181029_n.jpg
Simultaneous Contrast
One Color Appears as Two
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Simultaneous Contrast
Two Colors Appear as One
http://www.uxmatters.com/mt/archives/2006/01/images/color-theory-images/SuccessiveContrast2-1.gif
Color
Models
Mixing
Subtractive RYB color
http://www.practicalecommerce.com/files/images/0004/1533/rgb_cmyk.png
Color
Receptors
RED
GREEN
BLUE
RGB
http://thehumaneyeandthecamera.blogspot.com/p/difference-between-rods-and-cones.html
Secondary
Light Colors
• Green + Blue = Cyan
•
•
•
•
Blue + Red = Magenta
Red +Green = Yellow
(CMY)
Red + Green + Blue =
White
http://dba.med.sc.edu/price/irf/Adobe_tg/models/images/rgb_model.gif
RGB Color Experience
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Reflected Colors
SUBTRACTIVE MIXING
Printers
Primary
Colors
CMY Subtractive Mixing
http://dba.med.sc.edu/price/irf/Adobe_tg/models/images/cmy_model.gif
http://www.math.harvard.edu/computing/latex/color_files/rgbcmyk.gif
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The Mix
Primary Color system
in art classes.
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/55/Color_star-en.svg
RYB =
Duller
Color
RYB (Subtractive)
CMY
(Subtractive)
RGB (Additive)
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Color Harmony
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Complementary
Colors at opposite ends
of the color wheel.
Creates a visual
vibration.
Ex. Green and Red.
http://www.tigercolor.com/Images/Swatch_rect.gif
Split
Complimentary
Color scheme that uses two
adjacent colors and their
compliment.
There is a visual contrast as
the Complimentary scheme
but its easier on the eyes.
Ex. Green, purple, and
orange,
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Double
Complimentary
Double complimentary uses
four colors, these are two
pairs of complimentary colors.
Complimentary colors
intensify each other; this
would make some colors
combinations easier to look at
than others.
Ex. Red, Orange. Green, and
Blue.
http://www.tigercolor.com/Images/Swatch_rect.gif
Analogous
An analogous color scheme
uses colors which are next to
each other on the color wheel.
This color scheme is usually the
most pleasing to the human
eyes, since the colors carry
similar wavelengths.
Ex. Cool colors, Light-Blue,
green, and light-green
http://www.tigercolor.com/Images/Swatch_rect.gif
Triadic
A combination of three
colors on the color wheel
which are evenly spaced on
the color wheel.
This scheme tends to be
pretty vibrant regardless of
combination of colors.
Ex. Purple, Orange, and
green.
http://www.tigercolor.com/Images/Swatch_rect.gif
Square
This scheme consists
of four color evenly
spaced of the color
wheel.
Ex. Red, blue, green,
and yellow.
http://www.tigercolor.com/Images/Swatch_rect.gif
Monochromatic
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/1/1a/CPT-Websites-monochrome.svg/201px-CPT-Websites-monochrome.svg.png.
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*Images cited on slides*

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