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  • color scheme —    A set of colors that are used in an artwork, and the way they are combined in an artwork; sometimes called a palette. A color scheme is particularly harmonious if its colors are aesthetically compatible with a root color. In devising such a… …   Glossary of Art Terms

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  • Primary color — Primary colors are sets of colors that can be combined to make a useful range (gamut) of colors. For human applications, three are often used; for additive combination of colors, as in overlapping projected lights or in CRT displays, the primary… …   Wikipedia

  • Lavender (color) — infobox color| title= Lavender (web color) pic= hex= E6E6FA r=230|g=230|b=250 c= 8|m= 8|y= 0|k=2 h=240|s= 8|v= 98 [ [http://web.forret.com/tools/color.asp?RGB=%236600FF web.forrett.com Color Conversion Tool set to hex code #E6E6FA (Lavender (web… …   Wikipedia

  • High Capacity Color Barcode — An example of a High Capacity Color Barcode: a Microsoft Tag referring to the HCCB article on the English Wikipedia High Capacity Color Barcode (HCCB) is the name coined by Microsoft for its technology of encoding data in a 2D barcode using… …   Wikipedia

  • Four Color Cards — (四色牌) is a very popular game that has a relatively long history in China. They seem to be derived from Mahjong (playing style) and Xiangqi (the names of the pieces in Xiangqi are used on the cards). The cards were typically used by the lower… …   Wikipedia

  • Red-violet — infobox color|textcolor=white title=Red violet hex=C71585 r=199|g= 21|b= 133 c= 0|m= 89|y= 33|k= 0 h=322|s= 89|v= 78 source=X11Red violet is the name that, depending on the context, applies to one or another type of non spectral purple color. In… …   Wikipedia

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