In the additive color process, red and green combine to make yellow. The three additive primaries are red, green and blue. In the subtractive color process, yellow is a primary color and cannot be created through mixing.... More »

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When painting or using additive color mixing, yellow is considered a primary color, meaning that it cannot be created by mixing two other colors. However, in subtractive coloring, yellow can be made by mixing red and gre... More »

Red and yellow mixed together make the color orange. Red and yellow are both considered primary colors, which means that they cannot be created by mixing two other colors. Blue is the only other primary color. More »

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The human eye is able to see images and colors because of the specialized photoreceptor cells in the retina called rods and cones. The membranes within these receptors contain pigments that undergo chemical changes when ... More »

There are a number of colors that go with burgundy, including black, white, gold, cream, navy blue, dark green and tan. Burgundy is a classic color that can be blended in with similar shades or complemented by opposing t... More »

The only way to create black by mixing colors is to combine the primary colors together. To do this with two colors, one may use one of three combinations, hues of yellow and purple, hues of orange and blue or hues of gr... More »

Mixing the colors brown and yellow will make what is described as a lighter and brighter shade of brown. Yellow is one of the primary colors used to make brown. More »