# FAQ: Color Theory - Triadic Color Schemes

#1

This community-built FAQ covers the “Triadic Color Schemes” exercise from the lesson “Color Theory”.

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#2

It says that triadic schemes use colors that are equidistant from each other on the color wheel, and then incorrectly lists 3 colors that are not equidistant on the color wheel:

"For instance, if we stick with blue being our main color, we would then select red-orange and yellow-green as the pairing combinations. "

That should be violet or purple-blue rather than blue, correct?