Saturation Studies: Phase 1

Color Wheel
Color Wheel

In order to create this color wheel I had to use only the 3 Primary colors, (RED, YELLOW, and BLUE). To create the rest of the colors, I then had to mix these colors together to create the secondary colors (ORANGE, GREEN, and VIOLET). And so on.

Time Spent – About an hour and half.

3 thoughts on “Saturation Studies: Phase 1”

  1. I like how you added color around the wheel to make it even more colorful. I’m kind of confused though on the green on the bottom. It feels weird with the greens being separated.

  2. I really like how it turned out. I like how you didn’t leave the outside of the wheel white but add in some color. It looks like a tie-dye shirt! The wheel it self it the focus point that it stands out. Nice job!

  3. As the others said, the addition of colors around the wheel makes for a nice effect, and you get to use up any excess paint as well. I do think, however, that the wheel itself might have looked better if you hadn’t used white to partition each color because there would have been a consistent appearance to match up with the outer part of your piece.

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