rob at colorist.org
Fri Jun 1 04:25:26 BST 2007
On May 31, 2007, at 5:41 AM, Cem Ozkilicci wrote:
> just to let you know the term quaternary does exist
> and is defined as :"the visual equal mixture of a
> primary and a tertiary" .... FURTHERMORE ... you also
> have a "quinary" which is the mixture of a secondary
> in a visually equal proportion with a tertiary" ...
quite interesting Cem, and further research has turned up
color combinations known as:
Tetradic (double complementary) color scheme
(also called Rectangle)
which are described here:
I have no connection with the above website which offers items for sale.
This site also has some notes on color schemes:
Note that though the representations are in additive color space if
you look at them on a monitor, I believe they are meant to be applied
to the subtractive process, such as in print, fabric, jewelry, etc.
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