The Munsell system describes color using three dimensions: hue, value, and chroma. Knowing the definitions is an essential tool for artists.
Do you know the meanings assigned to your favorite colors? Learn to interpret the use of colors in our world.
Even professional designers use only 20% of their knowledge 80% of the time and that's what I'll be covering here.
Using process color is a classic art form, especially in printing. However, it can be used in so many other ways as well! This hub will tell you what process color is and how to use it.
An overview of the basic color schemes for artists to be used as a guide to finding harmonious or contrasting color combinations. Some color theory to learn the basic color schemes: monochromatic, analogous, triadic, tetradic, split complementary, and complementary.
Color Psychology, the study of how color affects mood, behavior and performance, can provide you with tools you can use to make positive changes in your life.
This Color Guide includes: HOW TO USE a Color Wheel. A Warm and Cool Color Chart. A Mood Color Chart. Tint, Tone, and Shade. A Color Schemes and Design Style Color Chart.