Making of Color wheel
Primary Colors are Natural Colors. They are also know as pure color.
Red, Blue & Yellow are placed in a triangular format on a wheel.
On mixing 2 Primary color, 1 secondary color is created.
Red+Yellow = Orange
Yellow+Blue = Green
Blue+Red = Purple
On mixing 1 Primary color & 1 secondary color, you get Tertiary color
Red+Orange = Vermilion
Orange+Yellow = Amber
Yellow+Green = Chartreuse
Green+Blue = Teal
Blue+Purple = Violet
Purple+Red = Magenta
Balance is the key to Harmony
The below color combinations can make your design color palette very appealing.
Complimentary Colors are the opposite colors that you find on a color wheel
(eg. Red & Green)
In Split-Complimentary Colors, the two colors placed symmetricly
around one of the complimentary color on the color wheel
(eg. Red, Chartreuse & Teal)
Analogous colors are groups of three colors that are next to each other on the color wheel (eg. Chartreuse, Green & Teal)
Square colors are a combination of four colors equally spaced around the color wheel. (eg. Orange, Chartreuse, Magenta & Blue)
Triadic colors comprised of three colors evenly spaced on the color wheel
(eg. Chartreuse, Violet & Vermilion)
Tetradic colors are formed using any 2 complimentary colors scheme from the color wheel. (Vermilion, Magenta, Teal & Chartreuse)
Let’s see 3 Components of Colors
HUE, SATURATION & VALUE
Colors must fit together as pieces in a puzzle or cogs in a wheel
- Hans Hofmann