Tertiary colors: The basics of brown and gray

Tertiary colors–browns, grays, and neutrals–are formed from the mixing or layering of three primary colors. This tutorial explains the role of tertiary colors as a complement to more vibrant hues, and explains how they can be incorporated in a design. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Design-Color-tutorials/Foundations-Color/120601-2.html?utm_campaign=4l2YARb0Fwc&utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube.

This tutorial is a single movie from the Foundations of Color course presented by lynda.com author Mary Jane Begin. In this hour-and-57-minute-long course, learn the properties of color as well as ways to use color to tell stories, create moods, draw attention, and add new possibilities to your creative toolbox.

1. How Color Shapes Meaning
2. The Color Wheel
3. The Elements of Color
4. Contrast
5. Color and Light
6. Palettes
7. Color Shape, Texture, and Context
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