Turquoise cannot be made exactly from two colors because it is not on the color wheel; the two most prominent colors in turquoise are blue and green. There are many different shades of turquoise, with some being more gre... More »

To make the color turquoise, mix blue and green. The hue and saturation of turquoise depends on the ratios of blue and green used. To make a bright turquoise, use more green than blue. To make a manganese blue, which is ... More »

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The color turquoise is made when blue and green are mixed together. The color is named after the semiprecious stone of the same name, which is greenish blue in color. More »

Complementary colors are two colors that are directly opposite each other on a color wheel chart. Purple and yellow are examples of complementary colors. Other examples include green and red as well as orange and blue. More »

There are no two colors that make red because red is a primary color. There are three primary colors: red, blue and yellow. Primary colors are used to create all other colors and classifications of colors either by mixin... More »

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A complementary color scheme is made up of colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel. The primary complementary color schemes are red with green, blue with orange and yellow with purple. More »

Analogous colors are colors that are next to each other on a color wheel, usually the standard 12-color chart. These color combinations usually have a primary or secondary color with one or more tertiary colors supportin... More »