Creative Color Wheel-
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- Creative color wheel-9.25 inch
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Creative color wheel-9.25". this item belongs to craft supplies, arts-and-crafts-supplies. This item is manufactured in United States.
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I like the way the tints are on one side and shades on the other side.
It includes a triangle to find Split Complements and another triangle to find Triad relationships.
It would be even better if it also had a rectangle/square to find Tetrad relationships.
This is an 18 color wheel, as opposed to the standard 12.
There are 18 pure colors around the perimeter of the “Creative Color Wheel”. Each color’s section descends toward the center of the wheel and shows six progressively lighter tints of the pure color. Complementary colors and tints are opposite one another on the wheel. Harmonious colors appear side-by-side; additionally, each of these separate sections shows all six tints. Warm and cool colors are marked appropriately. Brief definitions of terms and color theory are shown on the left side of the guide space wheel.
The flip side of the “Creative Color Wheel” shows three progressively darker tones followed by three progressively darker shades of their pure color located on the wheel’s perimeter. Brief definitions of color schemes are shown on this side of the color wheel. As on the front of the color wheel, harmonious colors are shown side-by-side and complementary colors are shown opposite one another.
The “Creative Color Wheel” is a wonderful teaching tool and a quality product. I priced this same item at the large craft stores and Amazon’s price was the best I found. If you need a color wheel for your classroom or to help those who are “color-matching challenged” individuals, the “Creative Color Wheel” may be just what you need.
The website on the wheel itself has expired but the company's website is: http://colorwheelco.com/products/ and they have a number of products for teaching and mixing colors including a 25 inch mondo wheel they call The Big Wheel and a Pocket Guide To Mixing Colors.
It looks like a Mom & Pop company and all their products appear to be made in their own shop. Pretty wicked.