New Feature: Color Combination of the Week
I get a lot of questions about Color Combinations, so I thought I’d start a new weekly feature: the Color Combination of the Week. I usually talk about why the combinations work within the project article, but I thought I’d highlight the combinations by themselves instead.
Since it’s Fall and Hallowe’en is over, today’s combination is:
Cajun Craze is the Shade of the Red-Orange/Orange-Red Color Group. Crushed Curry is the Hue of the Yellow-Orange/Orange-Yellow Color Group. Old Olive is a Tint of the Yellow-Green/Green-Yellow Color Group. Rich Razzleberry is the Shade of the Red-Violet/Violet-Red Color Group.
This combination is one of my Analogous Color Schemes. I condensed the Split Tertiary Colors for my own convenience – you can do that, you know – and skipped over the Primary and Secondary Colors in between. The combination ends up with each color adjacent to each other, so it becomes Analogous. Mostly I just think it’s pretty for Fall.
I will be posting a project using these colors in a few days, so be sure to check back.
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