Part 2: Circles of hue.https://drive.google.com/open?id=1_wkjlTkXXTHD51_D726-KUCAulVdsDq8mn3aw9q58CY
Part 3: Colours of objectshttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1fMpYvYEeIRAReJs57uSMJQyD-KfJQzb0838A-sZA0l8
Part 4: Paints and paint mixingIn preparation
Part 5: Colour in art historyIn preparation
If you'd like to read more about our current understanding of colour, two exceptionally reliable and approachable recent texts are Rolf Kuehni's "Color" (3rd edition, 2012) and the first part of Mark Fairchild's "Color Appearance Models" (3rd edition, 2013). (The second part is excellent too, but covers the various models used to predict the colour appearance of stimuli under different conditions). For more detailed information the Springer "Encyclopedia of Color Science and Technology" (Luo, 2016) is useful alongside Fairchild, Franklin and Elliot's outstanding "Handbook of Color Psychology" (2016), with chapters by preeminent specialists on subjects ranging from cone cells to colour symbolism and associations. Bruce MacEvoy's "Handprint" site (https://www.handprint.com/) provides an individual view of a similarly vast range of topics, as well as detailed information on paints for watercolour painters, while my own site "The Dimensions of Colour" (http://www.huevaluechroma.com/) focuses more narrowly on the attributes/dimensions of perceived and psychophysical colour and their practical application for painters working in traditional and digital media. For a survey of colour classifications Kuehni and Schwarz's "Color Ordered" (2008) is unmatched. By far the largest and most authoritative source for the scientific terminology of colour and light is the CIE ""International Lighting Vocabulary", now online at http://eilv.cie.co.at/.
Dr David Briggs Lecturer, National Art School, Julian Ashton Art School and University of Technology SydneyVice President and NSW Division Chair, Colour Society of AustraliaWebsite: "The Dimensions of Colour", http://www.huevaluechroma.com/
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