Once the image is drawn, students choose one set of complementary colors
with which to finish their project.
For example, if the structure separates light into a certain color and its complementary color
, color pixels of white + red, white - red, white + blue, and white - blue are obtained and, using the arithmetic processing technique, are translated into normal color images without any loss of resolution.
He added petit points, or tiny dots, of complementary colors
that, through blending in the viewers' eyes, form a single, more brilliantly luminous hue.
The magnificent blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico provide the backdrop for the complementary colors
seen throughout this luxurious "Grand Parlor.
The Go-Go design features parallel lines in varying widths, and Viva's thin lines in complementary colors
create an illusion of movement.
Tinted paper stock, different yet complementary colors
, and dramatic use of colored inks are other ways to appear colorful.
Split complementary colors
create pleasing combinations with interesting contrast-for example, a color plus the two colors on either side of its direct complement, such as violet with yellow orange and yellow green.
By cleverly combining complementary colors
, those that are opposites on the color wheel, they have created a striking intensity in the palette.
Two of the former tasks that might prove most useful are: using complementary colors
in shading, and painting reflected light on water.
Bypassing the subjectivity of human perception, he then turned to the Albert Munsell color system--a scale of hue, lightness, and chroma, officially used by the USDA to categorize soil samples (from the literal "ground"), among other scientific applications--to select pairs of complementary colors
Covered in a mosaic of pebbles, marbles, and broken tiles in complementary colors
, the pots in Cynthia Bolin's San Diego garden are as interesting as the plants they contain.
All paintings are limited to the use of complementary colors