Each Color Sense guide has
instructions in English, Spanish and French!
This is a traditional wheel
using primary, secondary, complimentary, tertiary
tiers, split-compliment, rectangular and square
tertad, analogous and monochromatic for combining
and contrasting colors to get the best look.
The very comprehensive instructions
include how to successfully use the Color Selector,
basic color theory to help you understand what
you're seeing, and why various colors
and hues match, contrast or simply don't work
Would you like to learn more about color and
their relationships (to work along side with
the Color Selector) including:
- A single hue and a selection
of tints, tones and shades.
- Colors that are side by side,
or very near each other on a color wheel.
- : Colors appearing across
from one another on a color wheel. These
color combinations offer the maximum amount
One hue plus two colors on eitherside of
its complement. These provide less contrast
than straight complements.
- : Three
colors that are equidistant on a color wheel.
Two pairs of complimentary colors.
Or color analysis (what it means when we like
and dislike certain colors) - visit our Techniques section: Color
Harmony and Color Analysis.