Color Wheel Primer
Learn the basics of the color wheel, types of color schemes and color dimensions.
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Two to Six Colors — Analogous
Branch out into color with an analogous scheme, which consists of two to six colors that sit next to each other on the wheel.
Two Colors — Complementary
Want to go for high-contrast color? Use a complementary scheme — it includes hues that are directly across from each other on the wheel.
Three Colors — Triad
A triad scheme is bold but more importantly, it's balanced. It's made up of any three colors that form a triangle in the center of the wheel.
Read on to learn the secret to making this unusual, graphic arrangement. Cockscomb flowers and limes are a bold, vibrant...