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Restorative Art 2.1

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a visible sensation perceived by the eye and the mind due to the activity and vibration of light
color
the property of a color by which it is distinguished from other colors.
hue
The lightness or darkness of a color
value
another name for intensity of color
chroma
the brightness or dullness of a color
intensity/chroma
the 3 color theories
spectral prang colored illumination
the original scientific standard for color
spectral color theory
7 spectral colors
ROYGBIV
what wavelenght of the spectral color is the longest
red
primary colors of the prectral color theory
green, red, indigo
how many hues are in a tetrad
4 hues
the type of illumination that is high in yellow and low in blue
incadesent
type of illumination that provides more light for less cost
florescent
the quality of amount of illumination passing through a transparent filter in colored illumination
brilliance/brightness
primary colors of the additive method of colored illumination
red, green, blue
the secondary colors of additive method of colored illumination
a. Yellow (Red and Green) b. Magenta (Red and Blue) c. Blue-green (Blue and Green) d. White produced by a mixture of all three primary colors
The complement of Red in colored illumination is
complement of red is blue-green
The complement of Magenta in colored illumination is
complement of green is magenta
the complement of Blue in colored illumination is
complement of blue is yellow
the seconday colors of the spectral color theory
yellow, blue, violet
in the spectral color theory the presence of all light yields
white
in the spectral color theory, the absence of all color yeilds
black
another name for the prang color theory
pigmentation
the primary colors of the prang color theory
yellow, blue, red
the secondary colors of the prang color theory
green, purple, orange
what teo colors of the prang color theory are used to produce orange
yellow and red
what two colors of the prang color theory are used to produce green
yellow and blue
what two colors of the prang color theory are used to produce purple
blue and red
the primary colors of the subtractive method of colored illumination
magenta, yellow, and blue
the seconday colors of the subtractive method of colored illumination
blue, red, and green
How many intermediate hues exist in the Prang color theory?
Yellow orange, Yellow green, Blue green, Blue purple, Red orange, Red purple
those hues produced by an unequal amount of directly opposite hues on the color wheel
tertiary hues in the prang color theory.
If warmer colors are dominant on a tertiary color of the Prang color theory, what shade will it be?
when a warmer color is predominant the mixture will yield a shade of brown
The complement of an intermediate hue in the Prang Color Theory is always :
an intermediate
The complement of an primary hue in the Prang Color Theory is always
a secondary
If cooler colors are dominant in a tertiary color of the prang color theory, what shade will it be
when a cooler color is predominant the mixture will yield a shade of gray
Another name for advancing hues
Warm hues
(simultaneous contrast) any two hues seen together which modify each other in the direction of their complements.
Juxta Position
Another name for cooler colors in the prang color theory
Receding hues
What is the tint of Yellow, Red, and Blue?
1) yellow becomes ivory 2) red becomes pink 3) blue becomes powder blue
The complement of Red in the Prang Color Theory
Red and Green are complements
List shades of Yellow, Red and Blue.
1) yellow becomes mustard 2) red becomes burgundy 3) blue becomes navy blue
The complement of Purple in the Prang Color Theory
Yellow and Purple are complements
A hue which occurs when progressive quantities of white are added to a pigmentary hue
Tint
The complement of Orange in the Prang Color Theory
Blue and Orange are complements
A hue which occurs when progressive quantities of black are added to a pigmentary hue
Shades
A color scheme which utilizes a single hue or similar hues
Related color harmonies
List the 3 related color harmonies.
monochrome, Analogous, Achromatic
Define a monochrome related color harmony.
a color scheme which uses one color with individual tints, shades and tones of that color Ex: yellow, mustard and ivory
A color scheme which makes use of adjacent hues in which there is an identifiable common hue
Analogous
Give an example of a monochrome color scheme.
yellow, mustard and ivory
List some of the hues which may be present in an achromatic color scheme.
only includes black, white, grays, silver and gold
Describe the complementary color scheme.
Use of two complementary hues including their tints, shades and tones Ex: yellow mum and purple orchids
The term used to describe a hue in which a small amount of gray is mixed with another hue.
Tone
The Color harmony in which 3 hues are used, including a base hue and the two hues on each side of its complement
Split complementary color scheme
How many hues are in a double split complementary color harmony?
- use of 4 hues which include the 2 hues on either side of a designated base hue and the complement of each of these hues
List the colors which may be in a Split Complementary Color Scheme.
use of 3 hues which include, a base hue and the two hues on each side of its complement
List the colors which may be present in a double complementary color harmony
uses 4 hues, including two adjacent hues and their respective complements
The color scheme which uses 3 hues which have 3 hues between each on the color wheel
Triad color scheme
List the hues which could be present in a tetrad.
Tetrad color scheme - a color scheme which uses 4 hues that have 2 hues between each of the hues


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