Part 1: The Color Wheel
This is simplified & intended to help explain color to a child.
Sir Issac Newton is credited with developing the first circular diagram of colors in 1666. This color wheel has been used since then as a tool for understanding & creating harmonious color schemes.
Basic color wheel:
Primary colors cannot be mixed by any combination of other colors. and all other colors are derived from these three colors.
RED with BLUE makes PURPLE
YELLOW with RED makes ORANGE
Blue with YELLOW makes GREEN
We’ll talk about warm & cool colors the next time. Have fun coloring!
Fun Color Theory Draw Book
Color Theory for Kids and their Grown-Ups is an instant download book. It’s the same as the sketchbook-version.
And it comes with a full color binder-cover-insert, and liner page. See below for more information.
It has simple explanations and
detailed worksheets to give hands-on learning.
It’s a great way to teach or self-learn about color. And what a fun and awesome subject!
Knowing how to use these color groupings can be advantageous when doing artwork.
This book is a handy reference and also a great learning tool!