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Color Chart – How To Use It For Mixing Paint Colors Raleigh

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The colors are organized in a way that shows you how they were derived. Unlike secondary, tertiary and quaternary colors, primary paint colors cannot be “made” by mixing. Notice how the secondary colors are positioned on the paint color mixing chart – right between the 3 primary colors. They are produced by mixing a primary color with an adjacent secondary color. When 2 tertiary colors are mixed, quaternary paint colors are formed.Whew, 4 levels deep and we are still not done with deriving paint colors!

A basic paint color mixing chart, or a paint color wheel, is comprised of 12 pure colors. These 3 colors give origin to the rest of the colors you see on the color wheel. They are created when you combine 2 primary colors together in equal amounts. On a paint color wheel, the intermediate colors are placed between the primary and secondary colors. These colors are the most complex and interesting of all – they add depth and sophistication to paint color schemes.

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