henlo friends here is Big Wheel of Colours:
Occurs when the colours of a monochromatic palette all share a single hue, but vary in brightness and saturation.
Analogous colour palettes consist of different, but neighbouring hues.
The constant property can be either the saturation or the brightness level or both. Usually one of the three colours predominates.
ANALOGOUS HARMONY – WARM & COOL
WARM COLOURS: Vivid and energetic, and tend to advance in space.
COOL COLOURS: Give an impression of calm, and create a soothing impression
Complementary colours are any two colours which are directly opposite each other. These opposing colours create maximum contrast and maximum stability.
SPLIT COMPLEMENTARY COLOURS
The split-complementary colour scheme is a variation of the complementary colour scheme. In addition to the base colour, it uses the two colours adjacent to its complement.
Uses colours that are evenly spaced around the colour wheel.
Blue, purple and orange are used in this illustration, with the hues slightly desaturated.