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  • This cannot be explained here, suffice to say that it is the same as an artistic colour scheme. All the colours on your pallete should relate to each other, so if you have a blue colour scheme, then the predominant colour would be blue and any colour that goes with it. Obvious examples include the Matrix films where everything set 'in the Matrix' has a green tinge to it. The easiest way to get a colour scheme to work is to add the main colour to some extent to all the other colours. In the Matrix, even the clothers were dipped in green dye, so even the black coats 'fitted in' with the green surroundings. There is also no blue in the film as this contrasts with the green theme. I don't know if this helps, but I suggest you take an art class or something to see different examples, such as the brown schemes of the Dutch painters.

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