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Moses Harris’ 1766 model from the Natural Systems of Colors- Prismatic *Darker tertiary colors are personal favorites*

Moses Harris’ 1766 model from the Natural Systems of Colors- Prismatic *Darker tertiary colors are personal favorites*

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Several emotions are known 2 be linked to a color. An essential tool for any songwriter!
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How to Use the Real Color Wheel  (These are transparent primaries to paint with. Transparent yellow, transparent magenta and transparent cyan. These colors mixed will make red, blue and green, adding white will make them tints and opaque).

How to Use the Real Color Wheel (These are transparent primaries to paint with. Transparent yellow, transparent magenta and transparent cyan. These colors mixed will make red, blue and green, adding white will make them tints and opaque).

you can use this wheel to better predict a required adjustment in the Variations dialog box. For example, the color orange is located midway between red and yellow. Therefore, if you recognize that an image has an orange cast, you can remove it by clicking red's opposite, More Cyan, and then clicking yellow's opposite, More Blue.

you can use this wheel to better predict a required adjustment in the Variations dialog box. For example, the color orange is located midway between red and yellow. Therefore, if you recognize that an image has an orange cast, you can remove it by clicking red's opposite, More Cyan, and then clicking yellow's opposite, More Blue.

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Lovely Frankenstein's Quilting Laboratory: Thursday: It's Technical. Color Theory and Color Choice in Quilts

Lovely Frankenstein's Quilting Laboratory: Thursday: It's Technical. Color Theory and Color Choice in Quilts

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Google Image Result for http://www.psdgraphics.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/color-spectrum.jpg

Google Image Result for http://www.psdgraphics.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/color-spectrum.jpg

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