Watch the Color Course tutorials and Download this Color Wheel HERE.
Artist: Tim Von Rueden (vonn)
There is also a feature which allows you to rotate different sliders to represent the complimentary pairs, analogous colors and how to create different color schemes such as triadic, split-complimentary, tetradic, and square color schemes.
Hope this helpful little guide helps out!
in art class at my school, i was learning most of this, mostly while working with oil pastels and still use it. i feel that i need to understand this more so i will be looking at these. we are doing a pointillism project, and this is the first time we work on shades and highlights with pointillism
and I will be using these to help me, I've been having issues with shading. I think this will help!
This is very interesting and helpful. I didn't know that the light color wheel is the "Modern" one. How interesting.
Thank you for the downloadable colour wheel. Great guide!
The modern color wheel is a tertiary color wheel, the best one.
this is fantastic!)
Very well done!
Someday I will no longer be a poor college student and be able to afford a Citizen membership. Until that day, I shall cry and fiddle with colors here at home and try to make them look pretty.
I was looking for something like this that's easier to understand. Am wondering if I don't use enough saturated colors.