A term used to describe the degree of lightness and darkness of a color
Colors created by mixing a primary color with a secondary color.
Adding white pigment to a color to lighten it.
Colors created by mixing two primary colors.
A change of hue caused when one color is reflected onto another.
Blue, yellow, and red. The colors from which all others are derived and which cannot be resolved or decomposed into other colors.
Resisting fading on long exposure to light. A pigment's lightfastness/resistance to change depends on the chemical nature of the pigment, its concentration, and the medium in which it is employed.
Also called a spectral color, the traditional color name given to a specific wavelength of light in the light spectrum. For example, red, green, and blue are all hues.
Two colors that reside directly opposite each other on the color wheel. When mixed, these colors produce a neutral gray.
The degree of vividness of a color.