What is a 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
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
Imagine a color wheel going from 0 to 359 (like the degrees in a circle). The hue of the game will do less damage to a monster of the same hue (approaching zero if the monster's hue is the same as your gem) to double damage if the hue of gem is the opposite side of the color wheel from the hue of the monster. If your gem has a hue of 1 and the…
In any kind of paint, ink, colored pencil or other media hue always refers to the name of the color. Red is a hue, blue is a hue, and so on. Inexpensive acrylic paints will sometimes refer to colors as "Cobalt Blue (Hue)" or "Cadmium Yellow Light (Hue)". This means that the paint is supposedly an exact color match to the named color, but is derived from a less expensive pigment.
Hue is an color of an object that is classified by the colors on the spectrum. Which is Red,Blue,Green, or Yellow Hue is the definitive term for what is commoly (loosely) called color. Colors (or colorations) are actually graduations of hues; thus, what is called red is actually an hue; blood or scarlet would be two of many "colorations" of the red hue.