Floristry Basics - Relativity color effects.

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  • The relativity of color phenomena.

    The same color is not always seen us equally. This is called the relativity of color phenomena. Comparing the colors we see the difference in perception depending on the light and color purity. For example, a well-lit color next to a dark look more pronounced.

    Floristry Basics - Relativity color phenomena



    Shade can be easily changed through colors, side by side. If the colors are contrasting themselves with one another, each of them enhances the other. J. Freeling has developed a system of influence of colors on each other.

    Crimson:

    Augmented by a light blue color.

    Purple-red:

    Augmented by the blue-green color.
    Next to the white color is muted.

    Red-orange:

    Augmented by a blue color.
    Next to the yellow-green hue becomes carmine.

    Red:

    Augmented by turquoise.
    Next to the yellow color becomes saturated purple.
    Next to the blue - gets an orange tint.

    Red-brown:

    Augmented by turquoise.
    Next to the blue color becomes warmer, orange-brown.

    Chestnut-brown:

    Enhanced by silvery-green color.
    Next to a dark blue becomes yellow, becoming lighter.

    Red:

    Augmented by the green.
    Next to the purple color becomes more muted.
    Next to a dark green color looks brighter.
    Next to the light green looks darker.
    Next to the yellow color becomes darker with a brownish tinge.
    Next to the red color is muted and grayer.

    Golden-yellow:

    Augmented by the color blue, ultramarine.
    Next to a dark green color is softer, with a reddish tinge.

    Gold:

    Augmented by the color blue, ultramarine.
    Next to the purple color is bright and faded.

    Sand:

    Augmented by the blue hues.
    Next to the red color becomes more pale.

    Yellow:

    Amplified with the dark green color.
    Next to the pink and red color becomes more pale.
    Next to the black color looks refreshing.
    Next to the purple color becomes light yellow.

    Floristry Basics - Relativity color phenomena



    Orange:

    Augmented by the green.
    Next to the green tones acquires a reddish tint.

    Copper:

    Augmented by a blue color.
    Next to the blue tones becomes golden brown.

    Gray:

    Augmented by a yellow-green and sunlight.
    Next to them is darker with a bluish tinge, more brilliant.

    Silver:

    Augmented by black.
    Next to the purple color becomes pale and gets a greenish tint.
    Next to a dark purple color lightens and becomes yellow.

    White:

    Enhanced by black and all dark colors.
    Next to the black and dark blue is pure white.
    Next to the purple and blue becomes warm.
    Next to the orange color is bright blue.
    Next to the pink and red color becomes a bright turquoise hue.
    Next to the green color becomes reddish.
    Next to the yellow color becomes purple.

    Gray-blue:

    Augmented by a light yellow-orange color.
    Next to the white color becomes darker, muted.

    Bright blue-green:

    Augmented by red-brown color.
    Next to the white color is muted.

    Turquoise:

    Augmented by an orange color.
    Next to the black color is luminous.

    Green:

    Augmented by a yellow-pink shades.
    Next to the white color is rich green.

    Olive-green:

    Augmented by an orange-red hues.
    Next to the black color is neutral.

    Nuts:

    Augmented by a light green color.
    Next to the green tones acquires a reddish tint.

    Coffee-brown:

    Enhanced by a creamy yellow color.
    Next to the yellow tones becomes purple.
    Next to the red tones becomes grayish-green hue.

     









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