Some names of tertiary colors are blue-violet, yellow-green and red-orange. Tertiary colors also include variations of browns and grays. They are formed by mixing the three primary colors together. Primary colors can als... More »

On the standard color wheel, there are three primary colors: red, blue and yellow. The primary colors are those that cannot be created by mixing other colors and that are themselves used in the creation of other colors. More »

The color wheel is a diagram used as a visual aid to choose colors when painting, picking a wardrobe, doing interior design or other tasks that require the use of color. By looking at the color wheel, a person can easily... More »

The brightest colors tend to have neon, electric or fluorescent in their names, such as neon pink or fluorescent green. Fluorescent orange is also an extremely bright color that is sometimes called hunter-safety orange b... More »

The colors red and white combined make the color pink. Pink is a tint, which means that white is added to a darker color, in this case, red. More »

Red, blue and yellow are the primary colors and are the base of every other color. They cannot be recreated by mixing other colors together. Secondary colors result when two primary colors are mixed together; they includ... More »

No combination of other colors can be used to make white paint because any other color of paint absorbs some of at least one particular wavelength. Combining paints or filters to form other colors is known as subtractive... More »