Hue is the the name give to color.Hue sometimes is thought of as wavelength, position on the electromagnetic spectrum (or on the rainbow) and hues such as magenta (a.k.a. fuschia a.k.a. hot pink) have no corresponding wavelength — to get magenta you have to mix some red from one end of the spectrum with some blue or purple from the other end. Also, while there is a wavelength that appears yellow, you can also get the appearance of yellow by a mixture of red and green light. However the color is we see color as we do, and that there are three dimensions of color, is that we have three types of cone cells in our eyes: red sensitive, green sensitive, and blue sensitive. Therefore some people use the term “hue” interchangeably with “color”, and in that sense, black, white and gray aren’t colors. The tine is the result of mixing result of mixing a color with white. And the analogous Colors that are closely related in hue(s). They are adjacent on a color wheel, such as red, orange and yellow.complementary colors that is lie directly opposite each other on the color wheel. When juxtaposed, complementary colors create contrast, when mixed, complementary colors neutralize each other, creating a variety of browns. Saturation is also called in the US as Intensity and refers to the relative purity of the hue present in a color.