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Colours
Nov 6/12
The real nature of colour is based on light
Based in colour frequency, you see the spectrum of light
Warmer colours tends to come out
Cooler colours goes in
Dissonance means the class of colour. Watch out for that. Sometimes dissonance
can have a positive effect or negative effect
o Use the colour wheel and guidelines to see what clash of colours can have
a positive effect
Darker yellow is more saturated.
Darker colour have a lower saturated value
Monochrome means black and white
Once master monochrome move onto 2 hues and see what dominate one another
Increase contrast represent harsh contrast
Contrast in chroma helps create a strong sense of mood
Schemes which refers to the colour wheel
Complementary colours, the 2 colours, one colour dominate over the other

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Colours Nov 6/12  The real nature of colour is based on light  Based in colour frequency, you see the spectrum of light  Warmer colours tends to come out  Cooler colours goes in  Dissonance means the class of colour. Watch out for that. Sometimes dissonance can have a positive effect or negative effect o Use the colour wheel and guidelines to see what clash of colours can have a positive
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