What are the complimentary color of green?
My advice: look at a colour wheel, the colour directly across from green is it's complimentry colour. That simple. (to save you the trouble and stress, the colour is red)
i don't know exactly the numbers of complimentary colors,but we can make complimentary color on the color wheel using all the three primary,secondary and tertiary colors. on the basis of color which are depicted on color wheel we can make set of six complimentary colors, those are:- 1. red-green 2. yellow-violet 3. blue-orange 4. red orange-green blue 5. yellow orange-violet blue 6. yellow green-violet red
Contrasting color and complimentary color mean the same thing. Blue and Orange are contrasting as are red and green. On an artists color wheel six colors are arranged in a circle, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, violet. Colors opposite each other on the color wheel are contrasting or complimentary.
Contrasting and complimentary colours are the same thing. Green is a secondary colour. You achieved a secondary colour by mixing two of the three primary colour. In this case green is the mixture of Yellow and Blue. The complimentary colour to a secondary colour is the primary colour not used to create it; in this case the complimentary (or contrasting) colour to green is red.
what shades of pink and green??? the complimentary color of green is red and pink is a red plus white, which is why pink and green go well together. they however do not share any of the primary colors on the color wheel. If you already have pink and green your best bet is a neutral such as brown, beige or black. or even white.
The three primary colours, red, yellow and blue, each have a complimentary colour. The complimentary colour of red is green, that of yellow is purple and that of blue is orange. You may note that each complimentary colour is a mix of the other two primary colours. E.g. Complimentary colour of red is green, because green is a mix of blue an yellow, etc.
If you combine mint green and light pink you will have a light, warm, muddy color. Mint green is a tint of the color green, and light pink is a tint of the color red. These two colors are complimentary, which means that they have little to no pigments in common. When combined they contain too many pigments, so none of them will dominate the others and the color will look murky.
no. complimentary colors are the opposite colors. each color has one complimentary color. ex. blues compliment is orange and vice versa. you know the compliment by looking at the opposite sides of a color wheel. secondary colors are all colors that are not white black red blue and yellow (yellow becomes green in light theory)
This is the layman's explanation: A complimentary color is formed when two colors are mixed to form another color, and when the third color is added in an equal amount will create a neutral color (black, gray or white). An example, pigments are three basic colors which mixed, create all other shades of color. The three basics are red, blue, and yellow. For the purpose of this example equal amounts of each are to be…
An apple appears red to the human eye because it reflects the color red or, conversley, because it absorbs its complimentary color, green. If you shine only green light on the apple (and no red light), it will absorb the green wavelengths and reflect nothing - therefore it will appear black, which is the absence of light (or color).
Complimentary colors are colors that are directly opposite to each other. such as red and green, yellow and violet, orange and blue. These are colors that give the most intense contrast. So any colors that are contrasting make up a complimentary color scheme. You can mix these colors to get beautiful "go together" colors. Take red and green, for example. You can lighten red to make a shade of pink and then contrast it with…