For the additive set of primary colors, mixing red and blue makes magenta, blue and green make cyan, and green and red make yellow. For the subtractive set of primary colors, mixing together magenta and yellow makes red, yellow and cyan makes green, and cyan and magenta makes blue.
All colors can be derived from two different sets of three primary colors. The first set is called the additive set and includes red, blue and green, while the second set is called the subtractive set and contains magenta, yellow and cyan.
Combinations from each set produce the colors in the other set. Different combinations and concentrations produce a set of colors known as secondary colors. Mixing colors from the different primary color sets creates more colors with yellow and red creating orange, red and blue creating purple, and blue and yellow creating green. Mixing together red and green creates brown, green and yellow creates light green, and blue and green creates aquamarine. Red and white mixed together creates pink, while white and black mixed together creates gray. Adding white gives a color a lighter hue, and adding black makes it darker. Mixing adjacent colors on the color wheel creates a combination of the two.