The Advanced Colors Song | Art Songs | Scratch Garden

Colors We started with the color basics, let’s
face it, you made it This far for a reason, now itchin’ and you’re
racin’ To learn more and more so let’s review:
It starts with yellow, red, and blue Yes it’s elementary, three colours: Primary
One: yellow, Two: blue, Three: red like strawberry All the other colours come from these three
yo But you need to learn more to BE a true color
hero Now level two, here’s what you do:
You mix red and blue, red and yellow, yellow and blue
Three new colors called Secondary One: orange, Two: purple, Three: green like
a tree So now we have a nice color wheel of six then
But what happens if we mix them again? Each color with each color beside them
BAM! New colors! It’s not scary
Level three: these new colors are called Tertiary Keep on starin’ with your eyes, learn the
names, memorize Tertiary colors, from the top, clockwise
Red-orange, yellow-orange, yellow-green, blue-green blue-purple, red-purple, now we’re back
at the beginning And if those names are boring, they got other
names too Like amber, vermilion, teal, and chartreuse Violet, magenta, let’s all raise our voices Say new color names, now look at the choices! Look at the choices: Colors
Colors The color wheel’s grown bigger it’s expanding
Just like your mind, it’s demanding that you learn more
About color schemes are you ready? Opposite colors on the wheel are called: Complementary Whoa! Complementary did you say? These are the colors that are furthest away
From each other on the wheel, but they clash When together, some call it contrast You want some examples to see what it means? If you want to be seen just try wearing red
in a forest of green Don’t hide a purple monster in an all-yellow
town And emphasize this orange with a blue background! Let’s keep moving on, no this ain’t the
end We are going to take a look at colors that
blend Nice together, now back to the wheel let’s
discuss Colors that are close together called: Analogous So you take colors that are side by side,
one and two and three We got green, and teal, and blue, and these
Analogous colours please the eye Create visual harmony, let’s try:
How about yellow-orange and orange and red-orange this time
I know oranges don’t rhyme, but you can combine
Them all together and you got a fire! So sweet to stare at:
You’re getting mesmerized by these colours but we ain’t done yet! No we ain’t done yet! Moving right along with the song, one more
thought then that’s it. There’s another color scheme we call: Monochromatic
Mono means one and chromatic means color Sound too simple, don’t worry, you can use
other Values: Combine it with any tones, tints,
and shades What’s all that? It means black, white, and greys
Yeah values, and we got another whole song concerning that, but for now you should just concentrate on learning Colors On learning Colors Yeah we’re learning colors Complimentary colors Analagous colors Monochromatic colors

99 thoughts on “The Advanced Colors Song | Art Songs | Scratch Garden

  1. I have watched this so much that I know the words like I made this song 😂👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍

  2. I do a app at school that's called #GetEpic and I always listen to that song there for some reason and I'm 10 . I'm weird .

  3. The first time I watched this song on epic and YouTube I kept watching it it is so amazing now I watch it everyday!

  4. Violet is NOT another name for blue violet it is another name for purple if you are going to give blue violet another name it should be indigo! But other than this it's an AWESOME song and my kiddos love it!

  5. I Love this song like in the school we have an App and I always like singing this song and my friends are like look another think and I am like noooooooooooooooooo!

  6. When me and my friend heard about scratch garden and listened to some some of their songs we were laughing SO hard LOL

  7. Love it!! I watch this at art class!!❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️🥰🥰🥰🥰💕💕💕💕💕💕💕

  8. I watched the normal one and when the art teacher watches this kids say WAIT WE ALREADY WATCHED THIS but it was the uhhhh dunno

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