Yellow and red combine to make orange. Orange is a secondary color while yellow and red are primary colors. All colors can be made from a combination of the three primary colors: yellow, red and blue. More »

In painting, which is a form of subtractive color, red and yellow together make orange. In additive color, which is used in television screens, orange is formed from one part green to two parts red. More »

Green and orange make brown. Per Color Matters, green and orange are both secondary colors, meaning that they are made by mixing two primary colors. Mixing any two secondary colors yields a brown shade, from muddy brown ... More »

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 »

Red is a primary color, so it is not usually possible to produce it by mixing two or more colors. However, print technology uses alternative primary colors, and an overlapping of magenta and yellow produces red. More »

Green and orange make brown. Per Color Matters, green and orange are both secondary colors, meaning that they are made by mixing two primary colors. Mixing any two secondary colors yields a brown shade, from muddy brown ... More »

In painting, which is a form of subtractive color, red and yellow together make orange. In additive color, which is used in television screens, orange is formed from one part green to two parts red. More »