Some articles on hue, hue circle, hues, circle:
... complementary colors, which are colors which cancel each other's hue to produce an achromatic (white, gray or black) light mixture ... that colors exactly opposite one another on the hue circle cancel out each other's hue this concept was demonstrated more thoroughly in the 19th ... A key assumption in Newton's hue circle was that the "fiery" or maximum saturated hues are located on the outer circumference of the circle, while achromatic white is at the center ...
... This palette can mix all possible hues, though the purple, orange and green mixtures are characteristically rather dull or dark, and most color mixtures require use of ... This leads to a more equal spacing of paints around the hue circle, and the inclusion of a green paint ... As a result the mixture of any two paints adjacent on the hue circle usually produces the most saturated color mixtures for every hue between them (specific pigments listed as examples for each color choice) yellow ...
Famous quotes containing the words circle and/or hue:
“Everything here below beneath the sun is subject to continual change; and perhaps there is nothing which can be called more inconstant than opinion, which turns round in an everlasting circle like the wheel of fortune. He who reaps praise today is overwhelmed with biting censure tomorrow; today we trample under foot the man who tomorrow will be raised far above us.”
—E.T.A.W. (Ernst Theodor Amadeus Wilhelm)
“Short is the glory of the blushing rose,
The hue which thou so carefully dost nourish,
Yet which at length thou must be forced to lose.”
—Samuel Daniel (15621619)