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Primary Secondary Tertiary Colours
Date 16/11/2008 01:43  Author detail  Hits 1030  Language Global
Primary Secondary Tertiary Colours

Primary Colours

In art, there are three primary colours. These are colours that cannot be made by mixing other colours together. They are - red, blue, and yellow:-
  Red
  Blue
  Yellow

Secondary

Colours

If you mix two primary colours together, you create what is called a secondary colour. Mixing red and blue creates purple; blue and yellow make green and yellow and red make orange.
 
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  Purple
 
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  Green
 
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  Orange

 

Tertiary

Colours

Tertiary colours are neutral colours such as browns and greys.
If you mix three primary colours together, you get a tertiary colour or if you mix a primary colour and a secondary colour you get a tertiary colour.
  Brown
  Grey

 

Black and White

  Black
  White
Black adds shadow to a colour.
But white makes a colour lighter.
 
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  Pink
 
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  Cream
 
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  Light blue Opposite   Dark blue
 
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  Light green etc...

 

For example:

Union Jack The Union Jack is red, white and blue.
German Flag The German flag is black, red and yellow.
penguin Penguins are black and white.
aubergine Aubergines are purple.
lettuce Lettuce is green.
lemon Lemons are yellow.
orange Oranges are orange!
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