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Re: TESTING! Elements and Principles of Design (I took them)


From: Jacqueline Smith (jsmith_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Fri Dec 05 2003 - 20:10:21 PST

see, I thought the colors opposite one another when mixed together made know all those gray/ browns from mixing complementaries?

> Have I just miss read this thread?
> I always thought that teritary colours are browns and the like. These
> colours mixed across the colour wheel. Whereas intermediates are
> between primary and secondary, i.e. yellow-orange, red-purple.
> Justin
> on 28/11/03 1:29 AM, Jacqueline Smith at wrote:
> > I thought the tests were easy, but I have a strong color theory and
> > design background so I teach that quite comprehesively. I'm going to
> > try the tests on my students. The only problem I foresee is that I
> > the third group of colors "tertiary" while the tests refer to them
> > as "intermediate" I prefer the word tertiary because it means
> > which is perfect after primary and secondary (first and second) I
> > intermediate sounds to the kids like some not-quite-a-color, but
> > haven't said that.
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