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Hue
A widely accepted theory of color is based on the
idea that all colors or hues are derived from the three
primary colors-red, yellow and blue. All other colors
or hues come from mixtures of these primary colors.
Thinking about colors around you and where they
might be placed on a color wheel will help you see
color relationships.

ALSO ANOTHER NAME FOR COLOR!


A hue is a color in many different ways, like for example, Red has many different hues. Red has a dark hue, and a light hue
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