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My answer to Carolyn last weekend did not fit her question, as
Wizzlewolf correctly pointed out to us. Going back a step, I call white,
black and its mixture gray neutral colors. Colors with white added become
tints, grays make tones and black makes shades. This is as complex as I
get with third graders and I hope I am not stirring up another can of worms
on the subject.
Scarlet and Gray Dot in Columbus
|I tell them the same thing. I refer to a tint when I add white to a color.
|Is this correct? Susan in Ohio
|> I tell my students that this mix is a tone. Any color mixed with
|>gray is a tone (as in "toned down" from intensity).
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