Hugo Rodriguez

Color Schemes

This is an example of a warm color scheme. For this painting the artist decided to use the colors yellow, orange , and red. The colors create a bitter, depressing, and angry mood to the painting.
The color scheme used in this painting is analogous. The colors used are yellow, yellow-orange, yellow-green, and green. These colors are right next to each other on the color wheel.
This is an example of complementary color scheme. The colors used are red and green, yellow and violet ,blue-green , and red orange.Their is an exciting and vibrant feel which is also relaxing.
This painting shows a cool color scheme. It uses many tints of blue, violet, and green. This creates a calm and peaceful mood. Which almost allows you to feel as if you are present at the scene.
The color scheme displayed is triadic. The colors used are yellow, red, and blue ; they create a triangle on the color wheel. This gives the mood or feeling of a harrowing women. (intense)
This is an example of a monochromatic color scheme. The colors used are white, black,and grey (neutral Colors). These colors create a mood that is bland yet unique.
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