Color Study Boards

During my Fashion Visuals class at Kent State we made color study boards to show the color wheel and how primary colors became secondary colors then tertiary colors through shades, tints, and tones. We also created boards were we chose colors that were split complementary, triad, analogous, monochromatic, and split complementary.

The chips were cut out of Bristol board out to the specified measurements and painted by mixing the primary colors we were given (along with white and black). These swatches had to be evenly painted with no streaks and then glued evenly on Bristol board under which were labels we created.