The next one is identified as an 18th Century French color wheel. Leave it to the French to add a cherub to a color wheel;).
I think the next one is so fun and refreshing, it is made using fruits and vegetables.
This next one was made by a flower seller and used for advertising. Very clever and beautiful.
This last one is my favorite. The wheel itself is very beautiful, and it includes hue, tint, shade and complement. I am printing this one out for my desk. I am very interested in the complement colors.
Have a Happy Friday!
This is the first thing I painted using my watercolor set, I used a picture of a dragon in a book as my inspiration to draw it. Not bad for my first watercolor since the third grade;).