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What’s the Difference between a Hue, Tint, Shade and Tone ? Ask Yourself first… What’s the difference between a Hue and a Color? Most ...

Hue, Tint, Tone and Shade are the four categories of color. Understand the difference between them. Learn to mix paint hues, tints, tones and shades easily.

TERTIARY COLORS  When you mix the Main Colors with their "children"you get 6 new colors.    YELLOW + ORANGE = YELLOW-ORANGE  RED + ORANGE = RED-ORANGE  RED + VIOLET / PURPLE = RED-PURPLE  BLUE + VIOLET / PURPLE = BLUE-PURPLE  BLUE + GREEN = BLUE-GREEN  YELLOW + GREEN = YELLOW-GREEN

Tertiary (Intermediate) Colors: Colors made by mixing primary and secondary colors. The primary colors are always said first (red-orange, blue-green)

Understanding colour Theory! Hues (purest form of colour), tints (colour mixed with white), shades ( colour mixed with black) , and tones (colour mixed with black and white)  198xNxcolor-wheel-hue

printable color wheel (and printable blank color wheel we can fill in ourselves)--also links to describe tints, shades, and tones for us to use in our "color" lessons

Triad

What are Triad Colors ? Pure Triad Colors combine every fourth color on the Basic Color Wheel. This gives you 4 different palette choices of 3 colors each.

Monochramatic

Monochromatic color scheme - one hue, can be repeated in tints, shades and tones ~ calming, sophisticated