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Opposite Colors On Color Wheel
- (Opposite color) Complementary colors are pairs of colors that are of “opposite” hue in some color model.
- color circle: a chart in which complementary colors (or their names) are arranged on opposite sides of a circle
- A color wheel or color circle is either: * An abstract illustrative organization of color hues around a circle, that show relationships between primary colors, secondary colors, complementary colors, etc.
- Colors arranged in a certain order in the shape of a circle.
- A circle with different colored sectors used to show the relationship between colors
opposite colors on color wheel - First Steps:
First Steps: Letters, Numbers, Colors, Opposites
Combining whimsical illustrations and a brief text, a colorful concept book introduces toddlers to the letters of the alphabet, colors, numbers, and opposites.
So much to learn, so little time! Join the mild-looking little boy protagonist as he learns the ABCs (alligator, bear, cow); numbers (1 through 10 children hanging from a tree--and back to zero when a tiger shows up); colors (John Burningham's vibrant oranges, purples, and greens will be stamped on the reader's memory for life!); and opposites (our hero holds up an elephant to illustrate heavy, and then practically floats away demonstrating how light his balloon is). This award-winning author-illustrator excels at depicting subtle, witty expressions, whether that of a zebra politely examining the boy's striped socks or that of an alligator showing the difference between open and shut (uh-oh, there goes our hero!). Lovely, quirky colored-ink and colored-pencil illustrations invite the young reader to sit down and stay awhile and maybe learn a thing or two along the way. Burningham has written and illustrated many whimsical childhood favorites, including Cloudland. (Baby to preschool) --Emilie Coulter
A Simple Compliment Will Do
A Simple Compliment Will Do. . . Kind words bring vitality to people much like two opposite or complementary colours on the colour wheel. Both the contributor and benefactor are strengthened by them. A soft whisper in someone’s ear can be calming, much like the harmony felt in a space that is filled with a gentle blend of pastels. Red walls or the background in this photo could be seen as a loud cheering group of fans in the bleachers which by themselves could be seen as overpowering maybe even useless, add the green, which by itself was nothing more than a troublesome weed in the garden and * ta-dah * you have a star that not only stands out but also gives the red a purpose. Well what does this have to do with the price of tea in China? Well, to me, it is a bit of how you are to me. Flickr is the RED wall, my photos are like troublesome weeds multiplying in my external hard drive. When I post them and you pass along your kind, encouraging words, you become the cheering fans, each time you do that the photo is given a reason to be. Thank you everyone for who you are to me and what you contribute to Flickr. Please DO NOT COPY or reproduce any of my photos or writings without my permission, THEY ARE NOT FREE STOCK
The naturally occuring colour wheel
Purple is on the opposite side of the colour wheel to yellow and where better to see the coupling of the colours than in nature. Having started to do some dtp I've had to quickly learn about colours but it's not to difficult to be reminded or yet inspired. Yesterday me and a fellow photographer went out in search of a large poppy field near Biggin Hill. It was no where to be seen so we drove onto Chartwell in Kent but only paid to see the Gardens and Studio. Not only was it gloriously quiet, it was hot and an incredible morning. I took about 100 images of all the flowers so there's plenty more to come.