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Illustrator Color Wheel


illustrator color wheel
    color wheel
  • Colors arranged in a certain order in the shape 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.
  • A circle with different colored sectors used to show the relationship between colors
  • color circle: a chart in which complementary colors (or their names) are arranged on opposite sides of a circle
    illustrator
  • Adobe Illustrator is a vector graphics editor developed and marketed by Adobe Systems.
  • an artist who makes illustrations (for books or magazines or advertisements etc.)
  • A person who draws or creates pictures for magazines, books, advertising, etc
  • An Illustrator is a graphic artist who specializes in enhancing writing by providing a visual representation that corresponds to the content of the associated text. The illustration may be intended to clarify complicated concepts or objects that are difficult to describe textually.
illustrator color wheel - White Rabbit's
White Rabbit's Color Book (Little Rabbit Books)
White Rabbit's Color Book (Little Rabbit Books)
One inquisitive hop, and splash! goes White Rabbit into a bucket of yellowpaint. Soon the little rabbit is jumping from bucket to bucket and learning all about colors and how they mix. Quivering with excitement, Brown Rabbit nudges open a square gift box and finds five balloons which take on all sorts of shapes. Gray Rabbit and Black-and-White Rabbit have their own adventures as they discover numbers and the alphabet. Toddlers will have fun and learn with these concept books, warmly illustrated with meticulous detail by Alan Baker.

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Adobe's Wheel-o'-Icons
Adobe's Wheel-o'-Icons
The color association that is carried throughout the product brands, makes complete sense. All the products are grouped together relative to their functionality. Adobe's step to strip the brands of their illustrative elements was 'ballsy" and may take some getting used to, but I think works well.
color wheel 04a sm
color wheel 04a sm
Created for my Visual Design Theory class at ITT Technical Institute in Seattle. I was unsatisfied with all the available color wheels so I made my own. I pass it out to students for the color lecture. Created in Adobe Illustrator. rfischer@itt-tech.edu

illustrator color wheel
illustrator color wheel
If... (Getty Trust Publications : J. Paul Getty Museum)
In her first book, artist Sarah Perry has created twenty magical watercolors that are an open invitation to the imaginations of children. Beautifully produced in full color, these fantastic images conjure up a world of limitless possibilities where anything can happen: leaves turn into green fish...cats fly about on wings...and butterflies become a little girl's coat of many colors. Children of all ages will enjoy this book, the Getty Museum's first co-publication with the Children's Library Press of Venice, California.

A diving board to creative wordplay, the fascinating picture book If... offers a surrealistic view of the natural world. The two-page spreads present artful watercolors paired with such strange possibilities as "If zebras had stars and stripes...," "If the moon were square...," and "If worms had wheels...." Although some of the ideas and pictures are whimsical to the point of being downright creepy ("If caterpillars were toothpaste...," "If toes were teeth..."), the hypotheticals will surely inspire flights of fancy for readers of all ages. What could be more appealing for a 5-year-old than imagining the silliest suppositions and seeing them come to life in realistic paintings?
Sculptor Sarah Perry creates a world to make us stop and think. One of her best illustrations depicts a large, hairy warthog with a sparkling crown and the text, "If ugly were beautiful...." With every if idea, the author encourages the kind of mental double take that comes naturally for children. (Ages 4 to 7, and adults, too) --Emilie Coulter

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