“Resolution” in music theory means the chord progression by the transition from dissonance to consonance. More profound satisfaction is provided to listeners by using the transition than consonant chord only. The authors assumed an analogy between temporal transitions in music and colors and found that the transition could improve consonance in some color arrangements. In this paper, abstract and concrete arrangements of three-color combinations are tested to find suitable ones to enhance the “resolution” effect. It is found that the effect is enhanced in curvy abstract arrangements like camouflage or wave patterns. It suggests that the “resolution” effect is enhanced in curvy or irregular geometries. It is observed that the effect occurs significantly in some animal characters and human faces. It suggests that the observers can feel strange on some animal characters and faces although the color combinations are consonant, and transitions can improve the consonance further.