Analogous colors work well together, creating natural harmony. They are often found in nature, such as in the blue, blue-green, green, and yellow-green of foliage, and are therefore naturally pleasing. In an analogous color scheme consisting of three colors, the color in the middle is sometimes called the Mother Color because the other colors also consist partly of that middle color. In an analogous color scheme, usually one of the colors is dominant or used more than the others. This color is usually a primary or secondary color. Analogous color schemes are like monochromatic color schemes except they have a richer, more complex look due to the subtle gradations of multiple hues. Analogous color schemes can create a strong overall temperature by selecting warm analogous colors such as red, red-orange, orange, and yellow-orange; or cool analogous colors such as blue, blue-green, green, and yellow-green. When using an analogous color scheme, you can create the effect of lighting and three-dimensional form by changing value and saturation of the color.