Color Wheel Tri-Tone Sets Worksheets

As a complement to my Premium Color Scheme Selector I created 6 new worksheets to help you learn to build harmonious color trios for your coloring pages, books and projects. These worksheets will help you get amazing blends as well as enable you to pick a beautiful color palette in under a minute! They are designed to work with any brand of colored pencils, gel pens or markers. I have also included my personal color choices for both the Polychromos and Prismacolor colored pencils.

These worksheets are available as an immediate download for my Premium Members.

Plus, I just released a new premium coloring page for you to practice with! See the download link below.

Blank Tri-Tone Worksheets

For use with any coloring media, this 3-page PDF download contains blank versions of the “Swatch Chart” and “Mini Wheels.”

Blank Tri-Tone Sets Worksheet


Polychromos Tri-Tone Worksheets

My personal tri-tone color choices for the Faber-Castell Polychromos colored pencils.

Faber-Castell Polychromos Tri-Tone Worksheets Download


Prismacolor Tri-Tone Worksheets

My personal tri-tone color choices for the Prismacolor Premier colored pencils.

Prismacolor Premier Tri-Tone Sets Worksheet


Now includes a swatch strip for coloring, cutting out and putting in your colored pencil case!

Prismacolor Premier Swatch Strip

Premium Color Scheme Selector

Coloring Pages Bliss - Premium Color Scheme Selector


“Some See a Wish” Coloring Page

Here’s an inspirational coloring page for you to practice with!

Pretty Girl with Dandelion Making a Wish


Color Comparisons

Here are photos of my colored worksheets where you can see the numbers I chose and compare prismacolor to polychromos. Please note that due to different camera and monitor colors, the colors will not perfectly match the results you will get. But they’re still fun to look at. 😉

Faber-Castell Polychromos Color Wheel

Click to see a larger version of the Faber-Castell Polychromos Color Wheel.

Prismacolor Premier Color Wheel

Click to see a larger version of the Prismacolor Premier Color Wheel.

Faber-Castell Polychromos Color Swatches

Click to see a larger version of the Faber-Castell Polychromos Color Swatches.

Prismacolor Premier Color Swatches

Click to see a larger version of the Prismacolor Premier Color Swatches.

Faber-Castell Polychromos Mini Color Wheels

Click to see a larger version of the Faber-Castell Polychromos Mini Color Wheels.

Prismacolor Premier Mini Color Wheels

Click to see a larger version of the Prismacolor Premier Mini Color Wheels.

Products Shown in Video

If you’re interested in purchasing any of the products shown in the video, here are some links:

Color Wheel Trios Pin
23 comments… add one
  • Linda Whitaker Aug 8, 2017 @ 14:11

    I Am not a Premium member, just a plain Jane. But would love to be able to copy your blank charts. Or even all your downloads here. You’re very good at your craft as I have mentioned before. Thanks hope you are doing well, have a great week.

    • Jennifer Stay Aug 8, 2017 @ 18:36

      I do have several free coloring pages and a few tools for free members. Be sure to take advantage of those! 😉

  • Janice Aug 8, 2017 @ 17:41

    Great job Jennifer on all your hard work. Thank you for sharing!

  • LindaP Aug 9, 2017 @ 23:23

    Thank you Jennifer … you do wonderful work. I hope in the near future my schedule will become less hectic and I can take advantage of your great Premium Membership.

    I do however carve out time to watch your videos and really enjoy them 😉

  • Nancy Aug 12, 2017 @ 9:53

    These downloadables are amazing. Thank you for sharing your talent and hard work. It is well worth the cost of premium membership just for these pdfs –not to mention all the beautiful artwork! Thank you!

  • JANET BLALOCK Aug 12, 2017 @ 23:26

    Dear Jennifer:
    Just this week I found your website and BOY what a find I’ve found!!!! I have been coloring 2 years now and your videos and tips have showed me other ways to create my beauties!!! I have learned sooo much from you and are now putting into practice your tips and methods, and are beginning to see the results. But, practice is the key and I am doing so…
    I was sharpening my Prisma’s and Poly’s the wrong way and not getting the best results and have had breakage. However, due to your video, I corrected that problem and now I get that beautiful trail of the pencil color that -“You Love So Much”.. and no more bad sharpenings.
    I truly love your videos and i haven’t even watched all of them yet. I love the Global pencil case but will have to wait to get one as they are pricy, but i will get one soon. I love the three pencils together that you have created and I will be sorting out my pencils the same way.
    I would personally like to thank you for all that you have done on all your videos and wish you continued success!!! COLOR ON!!

    Your friend,
    Janet Blalock

    • Jennifer Stay Aug 15, 2017 @ 8:54

      I’m so glad you found me Janet! Thank you so much for your kind words. 🙂

  • Roberta DeJean Sep 15, 2017 @ 15:55

    Hi Jennifer,

    You and Steve make the best videos! I saw this one not long after you guys did it and loved the concept. I was finally able to get the full set of Poly’s and remembered you saying if one of us had the set to see if we could help you out with the Yellows. Here are the Yellows that I pulled out of the set:

    Light Yellow Ochre 183
    Light Yellow Glaze 104
    Cadmium Yellow Lemon 205
    Light Chrome Yellow 106
    Cadmium Orange 111
    Orange Glaze 113

    Hope that this is able to help you figure it out. Keep making such awesome videos!!

    • Jennifer Stay Sep 18, 2017 @ 15:17

      Thank you Roberta 🙂

  • Rita Nov 1, 2017 @ 10:48

    Love your work and awesome color knowledge. I struggle in this area and would love to purchase your entire color selector system, but I really don’t want or need the extras as far as coloring pages etc. Is there a way that I can purchase without doing a recurring $5 per month?

    • Jennifer Stay Dec 4, 2017 @ 10:03

      Thank you Rita. As of right now, no I don’t offer the system on its own; however, we are working on something I think you’ll be interested. Be sure to keep an eye on our emails and social profiles. 😉

  • Jill Eide Nov 26, 2017 @ 13:19

    hello, having trouble finding the pdf to print the color scheme selector set. plez help soon!

  • Judy Feb 11, 2018 @ 11:33

    I bounce all over the place with doing different types of art. I am back to coloring books and once again have to tell you how incredibly helpful your charts are to me. Picking colors were a major stress for me but your color wheels have helped me tremendously!

  • ccsawyer@onemain.com Dec 17, 2018 @ 17:21

    Hi Jennifer, I joined to follow along with you on the YouTube with the three color blending charts. I checked everywhere on your site for those images and only got the three page explaination. Please help, Cecilia

  • Carolyn Kessler Jan 3, 2019 @ 11:22

    I live in Cape Town, South Africa and would love to become a Premium member…is that a possibility? I could subscribe on my card if your site is set up for overseas payments. I’m a total newby to colouring and your clips have been invaluable. Thank you.

    • Jennifer Stay Jan 7, 2019 @ 18:37

      Yes Carolyn 🙂 It’s one of the reasons we have an online coloring membership–so our international friends can also participate!

  • sanjay Mahajan Sep 18, 2021 @ 8:02

    Wow ……… i subscribed your channel only for understanding color theory Thanks

  • salerno600@aim.com Apr 6, 2022 @ 20:20

    Hi Jennifer: I became a premium member after I swatched a set of pencils using one of your public downloads. Your eye for color has given me 4 new sets of pencils!!! (Castle arts, polychromos, prismas, black widow 144) I think that alone was worth the price of admission. Anyway, thank you for your painstaking thoroughness and diligence. It has made a difference in how I look at color. Thank you

  • Ariels Apr 20, 2022 @ 9:46

    Which Prismacolor size set is required to have the same colors you used for these sheets?

    • Jennifer Stay Apr 20, 2022 @ 12:42

      You would need to get either the full 150 set; or you could get a smaller set and then purchase the missing pencils open stock.

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