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Clilstore Unit: Colour

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0:00 it's important for you to know how to
0:09 mix your own colors to make your color
0:11 palettes appear cohesive it is also
0:13 cheaper than buying a tube of paint for
0:15 every color so here's how to paint a
0:18 color wheel from scratch all you need to
0:20 start are the three primary colors red
0:22 blue and yellow all other colors can be
0:25 created mixing these in different ways
0:27 note that mixing all three together
0:29 we'll make a muddy brown the secondary
0:32 colors purple green and orange are
0:34 created by mixing primary colors red and
0:37 blue makes purple blue and yellow makes
0:39 green and yellow and red makes orange
0:41 tertiary colors are created by mixing a
0:45 primary color with a secondary color
0:47 these are red orange red purple blue
0:50 purple blue green yellow green and
0:53 yellow orange and now we have our basic
0:56 color wheel so to recap you start with
0:58 primaries mix those to create
1:00 secondaries then mix one of each to
1:03 create tertiaries now let's go over some
1:06 basic terms to help you better
1:07 understand and talk about color theory a
1:10 hue is the name of a color like red blue
1:13 green yellow and orange saturation
1:17 refers to the intensity or purity of a
1:19 hue high saturation means the color is
1:21 really bright and desaturation means the
1:24 color looks washed out or grayed out
1:25 Valley refers to the degree of lightness
1:29 or darkness of a hue this value scale
1:31 shows you a full range of values a shade
1:34 is a hue produced by adding black so
1:37 here you have a variety of shades of red
1:39 made by mixing the red with increasing
1:41 amounts of black tint is a hue produced
1:44 by adding white so now you have a
1:46 variety of red tints made by mixing the
1:48 red with increasing amounts of white a
1:50 tone is a hue produced by adding gray so
1:54 now you have a variety of red tones made
1:56 by mixing red with increasing amounts of
1:58 gray when artists talk about color
2:00 temperatures they mean either warm
2:02 colors which are reds oranges and
2:04 yellows or cool colors which are
2:06 Purple's blues and greens opposite
2:08 temperatures create visual contrast and
2:10 have different psychological effects
2:13 generally worn colors appear bright
2:15 cheerful and happy while cool colors
2:17 appear dark mysterious and gloomy this
2:20 is not always the case though it really
2:22 depends on how you present the colors
2:24 the color wheel is a great reference
2:26 when you're choosing an appealing color
2:28 scheme here are some of the most common
2:30 types of color schemes a monochromatic
2:32 color scheme is made up of one hue plus
2:35 either white black or gray here you have
2:37 a variety of tints tones and shades of
2:40 red complementary colors sit across from
2:42 each other on the color wheel the most
2:44 common pairs are red and green purple
2:47 and yellow and orange and blue putting
2:50 these next to each other creates great
2:52 contrast and visual interest but they
2:54 can easily overpower each other so it's
2:56 important to use them carefully an
2:58 analogous color scheme is made up of 24
3:01 colors sitting next to each other on the
3:03 color wheel these are just a few
3:04 examples of analogous color scheme a
3:06 triadic color scheme is made up of three
3:09 colors that are evenly spaced around the
3:11 color wheel again these are just a few
3:13 examples of triadic color schemes a
3:15 split complementary color scheme is made
3:18 up of a base color and the two colors
3:20 adjacent to its complementary color a
3:22 tetra Tech color scheme is made up of
3:24 four colors arranged into two
3:26 complementary pairs and a square color
3:29 scheme is made up of four complementary
3:31 colors evenly spaced around the color
3:33 wheel hi so i know that i've loaded you
3:37 with a ton of information and you are
3:39 probably not going to be able to retain
3:41 it all right now and that's totally fine
3:43 I don't actually know all of these
3:45 things by heart
3:54 yeah now that Mila has had something to
3:59 drink I did use references and I will
4:02 list and link them in the description
4:03 below for those of you who are
4:05 interested and feel free to reference
4:07 this video as often as you need to when
4:08 you're working on things the more you
4:10 use it the more you'll remember but for
4:12 now you can reference this video as much
4:14 as you need to I'm really excited to
4:16 have this video done and out of the way
4:18 because now I can make more interesting
4:21 videos that reference the information in
4:23 this video like color mixing and color
4:26 scheme choosing and that's really
4:29 exciting because now I'll get to
4:30 actually paint something for you guys I
4:33 hope this video was helpful if you're
4:35 confused about any of the things that I
4:37 mentioned in the video please leave me a
4:39 comment below and I will answer as soon
4:42 as I can if you have any suggestions or
4:44 anything please let me know if you liked
4:48 this video please give it a thumbs up
4:50 and subscribe to my channel for lots
4:51 more tutorials and really awesome art
4:54 things to come very soon thanks for
4:56 watching it
 
 

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