Part 02 _ The Great Color Combination

A variety of themes will increasingly show their fangs, increasingly show their patterns, and increasingly clarify
feeling inside with a good color combination. We do not deny that on the other hand, colors will be very
turn on the theme, but on the other hand looking for the right combination is very difficult, even many of them
who tries very hard just to get the best combination that matches that theme.

Before going into color combinations, we must understand the meaning of the color, only then will we explore color combination.
here is the link ( related to the color and meaning.

Now we will discuss how to make a color combination that will shake the hearts of anyone who sees it.
For that we will discuss it in two sub-chapters, first about understanding warm colors and cool colors, the second is the question of harmonious color combinations.

1. Warm and cool colors

Keep in mind the colors included in the warm color category include orange, red, yellow, and a combination of the three. These colors tend to make you think about sunlight and warmth. The warm color category has the ability to make large rooms feel warmer.

Whereas those included in the cool color category include blue, green and light purple. These colors have the ability to calm down. If warm colors remind us of sunlight and heat, the cold colors are reminiscent of water and sky. This cool color category has the ability to make small-sized rooms look bigger. So, if you have a minimalist room, you can use light blue so that the room looks spacious.

2. For the color combination of colors, we will describe it in 6 color blend techniques

a. Complementary Colors (Complementary Colors)
From the color wheel above we can already imagine that the position of each color is definitely not possible to change. If there is one above, then there must be an opposite alias below it. This is what is meant by complementary colors, namely colors that are located opposite each other on the color wheel.

b. Divided Complementary Colors (Split Complementary Colors)
If complementary colors only use 2 colors that are located one opposite of the other, then complementary colors are divided similarly to that except that it uses 3 colors. Take one of the desired colors, and use 2 colors that are located side by side with the corresponding color of the corresponding color.

c. Analog Color (Analogous Colors)
Often also referred to as matching colors, analog colors are 3 colors that are located next to each other. For example let's say you choose yellow, then the next 2 colors that will be used in analog colors are yellow-green and yellow-orange.

d. Triadic Colors (Triadic Colors)
Triadic color scheme is a color scheme that uses 3 colors resembling a regular triangle. So if you choose 1 primary color then you will automatically get 2 other primary colors which when viewed form the position is like a triangle.

e. Square Color (Square Colors)
The square color scheme uses 4 colors that resemble regular square shapes aka square. In the basic color wheel, a square color can be formed by selecting 1 color then taking 1 color again after passing 2 colors and doing it again 2 times, so you will get 4 colors whose position forms a square.

f. Tetradic Colors (Tetradic Colors)
As triadik uses the word tri to symbolize 3, Tetra represents 4. The tetradic color scheme is obtained by combining 2 pairs of complementary colors. Choose 2 colors and then take the complementary colors from the two selected colors and you will get the tetradic color. Square colors fall into this category.

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