An elementary color blending chart contains 12 pure colors arranged in order of how they were derived from one another. The chart is in the shape of a wheel and gives a visual guide of how to blend each color. More »

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Color charts, or color wheels, are diagrams of colors placed in the order they are found in rainbows or when white light is filtered through a prism. Color charts can contain primary, secondary or tertiary colors, based ... More »

When the three primary colors, red, yellow and blue, are mixed, they form the secondary colors, green, orange and purple. Mixing primary colors with secondary colors produces tertiary colors. Shade, tint and tone are cre... More »

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Color charts, or color wheels, are diagrams of colors placed in the order they are found in rainbows or when white light is filtered through a prism. Color charts can contain primary, secondary or tertiary colors, based ... More »

Although the first color wheel is attributed to Sir Isaac Newton, the first basic color chart was created by Richard Waller in 1686. Waller's chart only showed basic colors and their names and did not show light spectrum... More »

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To read a birth-month color chart, read the outside edge of the chart to find your birth month, and then match it with the corresponding color on the wheel. Each color and birth month combination is associated with certa... More »

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The complementary pairs on a color chart include yellow and violet, yellow green and red violet, green and red, blue green and red orange, blue and orange, and blue violet and yellow orange. Complementary pairs are two c... More »