Color theory - History of Flowers.

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  • The story of colors.

    Pure colors and their shades and combinations there are so many, but made a clear distinction between the principal, fundamental and complex. The main colors, there are only three, they are the "ancestors" and all other components of the color - a red, blue and yellow.

    Color theory - History of Flowers



    Located between the main intermediate color: orange range - from red to yellow, green gamma - from yellow to blue, purple - from blue to red. Other name primary colors - primary, because the rest are obtained by mixing them, and shades depend on the proportions of the mix.

    Pairwise connected to each other in equal proportions, red, yellow and blue create a secondary group. Red and yellow make orange. Yellow and blue - green, blue and red - purple. Primary and secondary colors are combined in the main group.

    Color theory - History of Flowers



    If you connect any of the secondary with one of the main colors, you get a tertiary group. Gives an orange-red saffron, green and yellow - citrus, blue and purple - purple, red and purple - purple, yellow and orange - amber, blue and green - turquoise.

    But when mixed in equal proportions of three primary colors, you get one of the tertiary - brown. Mixture of orange and green are yellow-brown, orange and violet will give red-brown, green and purple - blue-brown.

    All the other colors that are in various combinations, can be "Quaternary", "quinary" and so on. They are called complex.

     









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