Monochromatic

Monochromatic colour is produced by a single wavelength of light.

  • Monochromatic colours are produced from a single hue.
  • Monochromatic colour schemes are produced by the HSB colour model by starting with a single base hue and then adjusting saturation and brightness to produce variants between white and black.
  • Monochromatic colour schemes are produced with pigments and paints by adding white to red to create different tints of pink and black to create different shades of maroon

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