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)

Subtractive Color- mixed with pigments. Primaries are RED, BLUE, and YELLOW. When pigments are mixed, each color SUBTRACTS from the total light rays, and the combination color is DARKER in value. All hues combined equal BLACK.

Subtractive Color- mixed with pigments. Primaries are RED, BLUE, and YELLOW. When pigments are mixed, each color SUBTRACTS from the total light rays, and the combination color is DARKER in value. All hues combined equal BLACK.

Color Wheel Tertiary Colors: Vermillion, Ochre, Chartreuse, Aqua/Turquoise, Indigo, Violet

Starting from blue-green and going in a clock-wise direction (Aqua/Turquoise, Chartreuse, Gold, Coral, Plum and Dark Periwinkle Blue) we have the tertiary alternate names. Use these to look up pictures but don't use them to describe your picture.

Understanding Color Correcting Cosmetics - Meg O. on the Go

Understanding Color Correcting Cosmetics

Type phrases of a song on different colored word strips. Divide kids into groups. Give them 1 minute to memorize their phrase, while the pianist quietly plays the song in the background. Have each group sing the phrase they learned, then trade and repeat.

French Ultramarine + Cadmium Orange

Color Mixing Charts

Watercolor Color Mixing Chart: French Ultramarine and Cadmium Orange Color Like these colors - Mixing Charts Photo Gallery This color chart was painted using the Printable Art Color Mixing Worksheet

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