|Brand Name||Color Wheel|
|Item Weight||2.08 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.1 x 5.1 x 0.1 inches|
|Item model number||3501|
|Material Type||paper, cardboard|
|Caster/Glide/Wheel Type||Color Wheel|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||3501|
Color Wheel Small Color Mixing Guide (3501)
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- Perfect for use in the art classroom
- This item is manufactured in United States
- Features various colors and descriptions
- A great visual to demonstrate the outcomes of mixing different colors
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Sold as an each. Perfect for use in the art classroom. This item is manufactured in United States.
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However, modern software allows us to do quite a bit of graphic design, and it makes doing so quite easy. The result: lots of really bad looking letterheads, WordArt, meeting place cards, etc.
This simple, cheap color wheel allows people like me to overcome graphics-impairment-- at least to an extent. It makes it very easy to figure out which colors go with which other colors. Spin the wheel a little, look at where the arrows point, and select the colors in your software. The result will still be amateurish, but at least the colors won't be offensive...
Bottom line: This is a simple, reasonably prices tool that will help you avoid garish color choices in your graphics. I recommend it most highly.
color should have one of these wheels. It is double sided and has three wheels. You can mix colors
and choose color schemes easily with the help of the wheel. It is good for beginners
who need to learn primary colors, secondary colors, complementary, triad, tetrad; and
great as a reminder to professionals in design, architecture, etc.
The small wheel that can fit in your hand. is made from paper.
It explains mono-chromatic,analogous, acromatic, color and light, candlelight, color and
distance.aggressive colors and receding colors.
I realize that color theory must be more deep and complex than this initial introduction (it is isn't it?) but this is clearly the fundamentals--and grasping them and having this tool to guide me has given me an instant confidence in my ability to use color that I have always lacked. I can't get over the wealth of information concisely contained in this little device.
I have, of course, seen the color wheel represented in various books over the years, but somehow this device caused the information to finally penetrate--maybe because it's a dynamic tool (rather than a flat and static page) that allows you to visually comprehend rather than receiving the information only intellectually.
But if you feel intimidated by color or just need some back-up, this is an amazing device. I highly recommend it.
May I suggest that you carefully trim its package to open it so that you can retain a sleeve to keep it in.
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