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The result is comfortable for eyes, even when using aggressive color. However, it's harder to find accents and highlights.
Monochromatic variations are made for each color in other schemes, too.
The complementary color should be used carefully in the design, only as the accent, it shouldn't be overused.
You can set the distance from the complement. The less the angle is, the more similar the secondary colors are. For best results, the angle should be 15 to 60 degree. The exact value of 60 degree makes a special color scheme:
The Triade is made by three colors evenly distributed the color wheel (by 120 degrees). The triade schemes are vibrating, full of energy, and have a lot of possibilities to make contrasts, accents and warm/cold balance.
Less distance between colors causes less tension in the result. However, this scheme is always more "nervous" and "action" than other schemes. While working with it, we have to take care of relations between one color and its adjacent color complement. In case of the Tetrade (angle 90°), good feeling and very sensitive approach are necessary.
You can set the distance of adjacent (secondary) colors, the angle shouldn't exceed 60 degree.
Warning: due to rounding error during the color conversion, the RGB value used in the scheme may slightly differ from the entered value.