1. PRIMARY COLORS, which are:
RED, YELLOW and BLUE
– Colors at their basic essence; those colors that cannot be created by mixing others
– Colors that have the maximal brightness
– Colors that once combined form all the other colors.
2. SECONDARY COLORS, which are:
ORANGE, GREEN and VIOLET
– Those colors achieved by a mixture of two primaries.
3. TERTIARY COLORS
– Those colors achieved by a mixture of primary and secondary hues.
COMPLEMENTARY COLORS: Those colors located opposite each other on a color wheel.
ANALOGOUS COLORS: Those colors located close together on a color wheel.
NON-COLORS: Black (the absence of light) and White (the presence of light)