The main purpose of the colour wheel is to demonstrate
a the shades and tints of colour
b how to mix colours
c the logical sequence of colour
d colour specifications.
Which of the following is a primary colour?
Which one of the following is a secondary colour?
Which one of the following is a tertiary colour?
Colours which cannot be made by mixing any other two colours are known as
A secondary colour is created by mixing two
a achromatic colours
b pastel colours
c primary colours
d tinted colours.
Tertiary colours are created using a mixing ratio of
How many consecutive colours do analogous colours occupy?
Two colours which lie opposite to one another on the colour wheel are known as
A colour scheme made up of shades and tints is known as
The “schedule of paint colours for building purposes” is also known as
a BS 3900
b BS 4630
c BS 4800
d BS 5252.
The BS 4800 colour system was developed to
a identify pipework
b reference colour
c create colour charts
d create colour specifications.
The greyness of a colour in the Munsell system is represented by the
Using the Munsell colour reference 10PB 7/12, the number 12 represents the
The “natural order of colour” ranges colours in their
The intensity of a colour is best described as
Achromatic colours are
Neutrals are best known as
If blue is at the top, which part of the colour wheel will represent warm colours?
a The top.
b The bottom.
c Left-hand side.
d Right-hand side.
An advancing colour scheme will make a room appear