THE COLOUR WHEEL

THE COLOUR WHEEL

Free Printable Color Wheel

The primary color wheel uses the RYB (red, yellowish, and blue) shades for artists, and art activities.

A printable color wheel that helps to create lots of vibrant color schemes.

There are plenty of shades to create with these color charts consisting of secondary colors, primary colors, and tertiary.

Printable free downloads  for:

  • teachers
  • students
  • kids
  • artists
  • designers
  • quilters
  • crafters
  • parents

PRIMARY COLOR CHART
FOR ARTISTS

Printables & Free Freebies

Free printable color wheel of the basic color wheels for artists.  

The colour wheel for artists has twelve colors.

basic color wheel

click here to download free printable color wheel

specifications

  • downloads to your computer or printer
  • Paper size 8.5×11
  • File name: ColorWheel1
  • (approximate pixels 337w x 335h)
  • resizes to fit your needs

Free basic color wheel template with numbers.  

This is also a color chart template for children, and classrooms.

color wheel template

click here to download the blank numbered colour wheel

free blank printable color chart for artists

specifications

  • downloads to your computer or printer
  • Paper size 8.5×11
  • File name:CWCPrintable Numbers
  • (approximate pixels 445w x 445h)
  • resizes to fit your needs

RYB Primary Colors

Free printable color wheel of RYB primary colors (red, yellow, blue).

free printable color wheel

click here to download free printable color RYB

specifications

  • downloads to your computer or printer
  • Paper size 8.5×11
  • File name: 1rybprintable
  • (approximate pixels 365w x 369h)
  • resizes to fit your needs

Free RYB blank printable color chart.

blank printable color chart

click here to download blank printable color RYB

specifications

  • downloads to your computer or printer
  • Paper size 8.5×11
  • File name: blankprintablecolorryb
  • (approximate pixels 365w x 369h)
  • resizes to fit your needs

Tertiary Colors

tertiary color chart

click here to download printable color tertiary color chart

specifications

  • downloads to your computer or printer
  • Paper size 8.5×11
  • File name: tertiarycolors
  • (approximate pixels 365w x 369h)
  • resizes to fit your needs

tertiary colors chart

COOL SKIN TONE AND UNDERTONES The Color Wheel Chart

COOL SKIN TONES AND UNDERTONES

The Color Wheel Chart

Warm skin colors what’s your skins undertone? Do you have cool skin tone, dark skin tone, olive skin tone, or lighter skin tone? Learn the MAC process.

Watch the video to determine your skin tone

The video will also show you undertone color belongs to your skin tone. Your undertone is olive, blue, green, red, yellow.

The video will show you a few different methods to help you reveal your correct skin tone, and undertone including the vein test, and others. There are a few different color charts, for skin color, skin tones, warm skin tones, and cool skin tones.

The video is only three (3) minutes, excellent and highly recommended.

What is an undertone?

Your undertone determines whether you are a warm or cool skin tone. The undertone is the tint to your underlying skin tone. Your skins actual color is called the skin tone, the color created by your blood vessels is called the undertone.

Your undertone, is just as important as the skin tone when choosing fashion colors. It’s a basic rule that warm skin tones, have green veins. Confused? Take a quick look at the video for complete, and easy information.

Do you look better in gold, or white. What does this have to do with undertones, you might ask. Look at the video, and find out.

Although your skins tone changes from season to season, and from year to year your skins undertone will never change.

Why is undertone important?

Find the right undertone for your skin tone, and compliment your tone with the right fashion colors. Your results will be amazing. You and everyone else will see your glowing radiant skin. Your hair will look fantastic even on a bad hair day. Your eyes will appear bright and clear.

You will look great and feel great

If you do not find the right colors for your skins tone, you will look tired, and dark circles will appear darker, bad hair days will be evident, and your teeth will look more like corn kernels. Not pretty . . .

Colors for Warm Skin Tones

These are some colors to be used for warm skin. You may use any variable hues of these colors to create an almost unlimited, and fashionable color palette.

These tones will remind you of the earthly elements. They are the tones of orange, yellow, brown, oranges, reds.

warm skin tone colors

Characteristics of warm skin

Watch the video to see example skin tones

  • Looks great in ivory. Black washes you out.

 

WARM SKIN TONE AND UNDERTONES The Color Wheel Chart

WARM SKIN TONE AND UNDERTONES

The Color Wheel Chart

Warm skin colors what’s your skins undertone? Do you have cool skin tone, dark skin tone, olive skin tone, or lighter skin tone? Learn the MAC process.

Watch the video to determine your skin tone

This is a quick video that will explain any easy MAC method to help you discover your skin tone, which colors look best with your skin tone. Skin tones are warm or cool.

The video will also show you undertone color belongs to your skin tone. Your undertone is olive, blue, green, red, yellow.

The video will show you a few different methods to help you reveal your correct skin tone, and undertone including the vein test, and others. There are a few different color charts, for skin color, skin tones, warm skin tones, and cool skin tones.

The video is only three (3) minutes, excellent and highly recommended.

What is an undertone?

Your undertone determines whether you are a warm or cool skin tone. The undertone is the tint to your underlying skin tone. Your skins actual color is called the skin tone, the color created by your blood vessels is called the undertone.

Your undertone, is just as important as the skin tone when choosing fashion colors. It’s a basic rule that warm skin tones, have green veins. Confused? Take a quick look at the video for complete, and easy information.

Do you look better in gold, or white. What does this have to do with undertones, you might ask. Look at the video, and find out.

Although your skins tone changes from season to season, and from year to year your skins undertone will never change.

Why is undertone important?

Find the right undertone for your skin tone, and compliment your tone with the right fashion colors. Your results will be amazing. You and everyone else will see your glowing radiant skin. Your hair will look fantastic even on a bad hair day. Your eyes will appear bright and clear.

You will look great and feel great

If you do not find the right colors for your skins tone, you will look tired, and dark circles will appear darker, bad hair days will be evident, and your teeth will look more like corn kernels. Not pretty . . .

Colors for Warm Skin Tones

These are some colors to be used for warm skin. You may use any variable hues of these colors to create an almost unlimited, and fashionable color palette.

These tones will remind you of the earthly elements. They are the tones of orange, yellow, brown, oranges, reds.

warm skin tone colors

Characteristics of warm skin

Watch the video to see example skin tones

  • Looks great in ivory. Black washes you out.

HUMAN EYE COLOR CHART The Colour Wheel

HUMAN EYE COLOR CHART

DESCRIPTIVE:   The Human eye color chart for all eye colors on the color wheel chart.  Eye color chart with free color test for color blindness and colored contacts for astigmatism.

VIDEO

 

 

Human Eye Color Chart 

for all eye colors on the color wheel chart. On this eye color chart page there is a link for the free color test for color blindness and colored contacts for astigmatism

Eye Colors are determined by
genes and DNA

Research shows:

  • It has been determined by scientists that almost any variation of parent-child genes can create a specific color combination. (See the eye colors chart provided).  Neither the mother nor the father can take complete responsibility for the eye color.
  • The iris gets its color from these three main elements the epithelium, iris stroma, and the eumelanin.
  • The amount of melanin, and the density of the cells within the iris stroma affects the amount of light absorption in the underlying layers of the epithelium.  Thus creating the human eye-color variations.

Color Spectrum

The spectrum of colors denoted in the human eye are:

  • Amber
  • Blue
  • Brown
  • Gray
  • Green
  • Hazel
  • Red
Soft human eye color chart
Muted human eye color chart
Bright human eye color chart
Dark human eye color chart
Light human eye color chart
Clear human eye color chart

Color Change

  • Amber is muted
  • Blue is clear
  • Brown is dark
  • Gray is light
  • Green is bright
  • Hazel is muted
  • Red clear

Amber has a russet and/or coppery tint or a golden and/or yellowish tint.

DEFINITIONS

This Chart page holds definitions for the following words – which have been provided for your convenience:

  • Epithelium – A primary body tissue which sits on top of connective tissue. It has two layers which is separated by membrane. It’s function is secretion, protection, detection of sensation, and absorption.
  • Eumelanin – Found in the following hair colors, brown, black, yellow, and grey. It is also found in skin. We find Black eumelanin primarily in non-Europeans but including aged Europeans. Brown eumelanin is found in most young Europeans. Grey hair is caused by having a small amount of black eumelanin and no other pigments. Yellow (blond) hair is caused by having a small amount of brown eumelanin and no other pigments.
  • Iris – The Iris represents the eye color. The center of the Iris known as the pupil contracts or expands allowing light to enter. The Iris controls the diameter of eye in direct unison with pupil and the amount of light allowed in. The size of pupil determines the amount of light.
  • Iris Stroma – Consists of fibers, cells, vessels, and nerves.
  • Melanin – stops the rapid development of a tan caused by the sun. It absorbs harmful UV radiation which prevents indirect DNA damage.
  • Pigment – Melanin is a pigment, and responsible for color.