Okay, I wish this could be a hundred pages longer. Color's such an intense and complex subject, there's so much that you can do with it...
Also I'm a little less than impressed with how the colors look when I switch to my other monitor after having drawn on the Cintiq. That always irks me, monitor differences :/
I didn't want to type it out because I think more about what I'm saying when I write it, and when I type I tend to ramble. Like now, I guess.
Anyway, if this helps even a couple of people, then it was worth the hours I spent on it. I'll be happy to answer any questions anyone has, to the best of my ability. If you want to tell me I'm wrong about something, OK, but make sure it's only a factual thing we're discussing. Color is completely up to each person, so let it be something factual if you'd like to debate something I've said.
Anyway... Yeah, thanks a ton to *YooMe
for compiling all the images for me and making little buttons and the preloader and stuff. I don't know how to work Flash very well.
Also, if flash doesn't work for you, Eevee uploaded it in a simple format for me: [link]
And, here's the last page with sample palettes: [link]
I hope it's useful to you guys!
Edit: fixed a problem with the color wheelEDIT: FRENCH VERSION: [link]
Edit again: I understand, RBY is a bit outdated. Perhaps in another iteration I can include RBG and CYM, though it doesn't matter as long as you understand how they relate to each other, really.