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Color (hue, value, saturation, monochromatic, analogous, complementary, and split complementary)


Color (hue): Any result of using color and variations with colors is what is called “hue.” Therefor, this example of how color is used, and how color is taken out, can display hues.


Color (value): Value, or tone, refers to the use of light and dark, shade and highlight, in color.

color saturation

Color (saturation): The lightness of a color or a color hue and how it changes the view of the art drastically when a color is added as such.


Color (complementary): The three colors are oranges and blues, as well as reds and greens. These colors are opposites of each other and therefor complement each other…


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