A shade of a color is formed by adding a darker black to the color.
What is the difference between shades and tints?
As opposed to shade, which is produced by adding black to a base color, Tint is produced by adding white color value to the chosen hue (base color).
The primary difference between tones, shades, and tints is color that is added to form a variation of the base color.
Compare their color values. The way a computer recognizes a color is through a code or a value.
What does the Monochromatic Color scheme contain?
A monochromatic color palette is created using a single color as a base color (mono means one, and chromatic means color).
Primarily a color wheel’s objective is not to help you determine a shade or a tint but to help you create a color combination.