Warm/Cool Colours

Warm Colours

Cool Colours

Complementary Colours Colours that are opposite each other on the colour wheel. .

they neutralise each other to turn grey.When complementary colours are mixed. .

instead of using black. you can use complementary colours to add shadow areas.Therefore. .

Red/Green .

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Blue/Orange .

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Yellow/Purple .

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The 3 pairs Red / Green Blue / Orange Yellow / Purple .Assignment Concentric Circles Design Warm/Cool Colours (3 warm and 3 cool) Complementary Colours Pairing.

Assignment Step 1: Draw a solid shape (eg outline of a hand. . fish. star etc) onto the concentric circles. . .Think of it as a silhouette.There shouldn’t be any internal shapes within the shape drawn.

yellow on the shape. orange. red.Assignment Step 2: Colour warm colours . . alternating between the rings.

. yellow on the shape. alternating between the rings. orange.Assignment Step 2: Colour warm colours . red.

Assignment Step 2: Colour warm colours . alternating between the rings. . red. orange. yellow on the shape.

For red. the complementary colour is green.Assignment Step 3: Look for the opposite complementary colours of the warm colours. .

. the complementary colour is blue. For orange.Assignment Step 3: Look for the opposite complementary colours of the warm colours.

the complementary colour is blue.Assignment Step 3: Look for the opposite complementary colours of the warm colours. For orange. .

Assignment Step 3: Look for the opposite complementary colours of the warm colours. For yellow. . the complementary colour is purple.

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