Color Schemes

Kaelee Van Gundy

Primary Colors: It has a joyful mood. Yes, I think the colors are symbolic by having the blues represent some color on the fish and make it like a beachy feeling. There are tints of blue. Blue is the dominant color. I think the artist chose these colors to make the drawing pop so it is more appealing.
Secondary Colors: It has a gloomy mood. I don't think the colors are symbolic. There are shades of the colors. The dominant color is orange. I think the artist chose these colors because they gave the painting a real feeling of the time of day it was and where the water, sky and grass are.
Cool Colors: It is a calm mood. It is symbolic in representing the sky on a dark night. There are shades. Blue is the dominant color. I think the artist chose these colors because they give painting a realistic look.
Warm Colors: It has a energetic mood. I don't think the color is symbolic. There is no value. Yellow is the dominant color. I think the artist chose these colors because it gives the room a more warm and welcoming feeling.
Realistic: It has a sad mood. I don't think the colors are symbolic. There are tints and shades. Green is the dominant color. The artist chose these colors because he wanted the drawing to look real so he used the actual colors of the grass, trees, sky, and water.
Non Realistic: It has a crazy mood. I don't think the color is symbolic. There is no value. Blue is the dominant color. I think the artist chose the colors because he wanted to make it look real and cartoon at the same time.
Monocrhomatic: It has a stressed mood. I don't think the color is symbolic. There are shades. Gray is the dominant color. The artist chose these colors because they make the design easier to see without it like blinding you since the pattern is crazy.
Complementary Colors: It has a relaxed mood. I don't think the colors are symbolic. There is no value. Yellow is the dominant color. The artist chose these colors to really show the sun rise behind the ocean water.
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