The color sphere is a three-dimensional color model. The color sphere represents all of the colors and tones that may be mixed from combinations of red, yellow, blue, white and black.
Step 1: Gather Materials
Red , Yellow , Blue , White and Black Sculpey or another doughy claylike substance.
Dry Paper Towel
Damp Paper Towel
Step 2: Roll Out
Roll the colors out into snakes that are approximately the same length and diameter.
Step 3: Divide & Mix
Cut each snake into fifths.
Mix a fifth of yellow with a fifth of red to make orange.
Mix a fifth of red and one of blue make purple.
Mix one fifth of blue and one of yellow make green.
Additionally, mix a fifth of white and one of black to make grey.
Any combination of folding, twisting and rolling will blend the colors together.
Step 4: Greyscale
Cut and mix small chunks of white, grey and black to create a grey scale. Greyscale is the vertical axis of the color sphere. Note the size of the chunks and the length of the scale. The vertical axis represents the diameter of the final product. If the chunks are too large there may not be enough material to complete the project.
Step 5: Equator
The primary colors will be three equidistant points on the equator. The secondary colors are midway between the primary colors. Utilize red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple to make a hexagon. Mix tertiary colors to fill in the rest of the circle. For a clean product wipe excess clay off fingers when switching between colors.
Step 6: Grey Hues
Work across the circle mixing complimentary colors. As orange and blue are mixed they approach grey. The same is true for any pair of colors directly across from one another in the circle.