What color do you get when you mix red and green?
A weird dirty brown colour.
Green and red will make neutral shade of brown differing in tonal range according to the quantities of red and green added. If white is added to a high amount of green and lesser amount of red this will make a brown/grey looking color.
It really just depends on what medium you are mixing like clay, paint, melted crayon, anything of that sort.
If you mix the colors red and green you'll get the color brown.
When you mix cadmium red and yellow you will get the sap green color.
If you mix red, green, and yellow you will get a dark green bogey color!
If you mix red, green, and blue, you would get a muddy brown.
When you mix red and green you get a kind of brownish color and when you mix it with a little bit of black you make it darker.
If you mix red and green paint you get brown.
you get the color brown
you mean what color does red and green make? and it produces an orange color depending on the portions you mix together
Brown, you idiot
You get a light brownish colour.
Red is a primary color and green is a secondary color made from mixing the other two primary colors, yellow and blue. So mixing red and green will make a brown.
Red blue and green are additive.......so when we mix all three color we get white color
Green is a mixture of blue and yellow, so green and red would make brown.
It does not matter how much red (a primary colour) and green (a secondary colour) you mix together, you will always get some variation of brown or grey. Yellow is a primary colour, that means you can not mix to get it. You can't do it. Yellow is a primay color which means that you can't mix colors to get yellow. Red is also a primary color and green is the complimentary color of red… Read More
Either green and red or orange and black.
red blue and green!!!!!
The additive result is brown.
Equal proportions of red and green
You get a purple-brown color...
it depends on how much of each and what shade of each color but usually you get a different shade of brown. ^ that's not my answer! however, if you mix blue and red, you get purple! If you mix green and green, you get more green! Then add some more green and you get.............tons of green!
Brown candles are produced when you mix green and red. In times past, they used to be called 'voodoo' candles in the deep south. because the color 'green' is not a basic color, the answer could also be; to mix blue and yellow which makes green, and then mix red.
Red, green and blue are the Primary colors. They mix to make the Secondary colors, like purple (from blue and red) or orange (from red and yellow). Colors that are mixed from two secondary colors are called complementary colors. To get green you would have to mix blue and yellow, which are both primary colors; so green is a secondary color.
A muddy brown color is the color you get when you mix purple and green. To make purple you can mix red and blue, and to make green you can mix yellow and blue. However, when secondary colors like purple and green are mixed together. But it generally creates a brown hue.
When you mix a primary (in this case red) with the complimentary secondary colour (in this case green) you will get a brown or dark grey of some sort.
Some shade of brown. Red & blue make purple, add green and you get brown.
I'm pretty sure it's green :-)
Red is a primary color. Green is a secondary color made by mixing blue and yellow. If you mix red and green, it is the same as mixing all three primary colors (red, yellow, blue). What you get is mud, or various shades of brown.
you cant green isnt a primary color. red and blue makes purple because blue and red are 2 of the 3 primary colors
Red, Green and Blue. When they mix it turned into white color.
Yes, according to the Ethiopian Color Wheel developed in 1928, red and green colors mix into purple.
first u mix red and blue and u get purple. then u mix red and yellow and u get orange. then u mix blue and yellow and u get green. then u mix purple and orange and u get brown. then u mix orange and green and u get skin color but maybe browner. then u mix green and purple and u get turquoise. then u mix turquoise, brown and skin color and u should… Read More
a secondary color for instance mixing blue, and orange make brown... i think brown is an intermidiate colour anyway... right?? Red, Blue and yellow are the 3 primary colors. Example: if you mix blue and yellow you will get green, mix red and blue and you will get purple, mix red and yellow and you will get orange.
Blue is a primary color and is not a mixed color. You can mix the primary colors of blue, red, and green to make other colors. Blue and red make purple.
Mix a secondary color with a primary color that doesn't make it. A secondary color is a color that is made of two of the three primary colors (red, yellow, blue). The secondary colors are purple, green, and orange. How to make brown "Mix a secondary color with a primary color that doesn't make it" (Example: Green and red make brown). red+blue=purple yellow+blue=green yellow+red=orange red+green=brown orange+blue=brown purple+yellow=brown
red + brown + pink + yellow + black = grey green!
You get a shade of brown that may be greenish.
yellow i think
if you mean what color do you mix together to get red, you can't. Red is a primary color.
Pink is a shade of red which is a primary color and green is a secondary color composed of blue and yellow. These two colors are complementary which means that they are the exact opposite on the color wheel. When you mix the two colors you will get a shade of brown.
It can be green or red or yellow. It can sometimes also be a mix of red and yellow, and sometimes the reds vary in brightness. Some are more like a wine color and some are bright red... also can be green.
Start by adding small amounts of red and mix thoroughly... continue adding red until you achieve your desired grey.