Why do you get white color when you mix all the colors on the color wheel?
This is only with light, if you shine red, blue and green ( the primary colours) at the same spot you will get white. But if you mix red, blue and yellow (the paint primary colours) you will get a brown, purpley colour.
Mixing all colors, including the hues of other colors, you would get Black. But, if you were to mix all the colors of Light, you would get White. People always get that mixed up.
all colors are necessary to make white because sunlight is white and when you hold something clear up to the light, it makes a rainbow of all colors
There are only those few colors on the color wheel because that's all that's needed. With those few colors, every color imaginable can be mixed. There are only those few colors on the color wheel because that's all that's needed. With those few colors, every color imaginable can be mixed. There are only those few colors on the color wheel because that's all that's needed. With those few colors, every color imaginable can be mixed… Read More
Black is not a color, it contains no colors. White is a color, it contains all the colors.
Yes, in that they aren't really colors: black absorbs all colors; white reflects all colors.
White (although technically white is not a color but ALL the colors of the rainbow combined)
Artists refer to earth colors as colors that are not usually shown on the color wheel. Earth colors include Black, Gray, White, brown, beige, and tan. They can all be made by the 3 primary colors mixed together with some black and white added.
The polar opposite of the color gray is gray itself. Normal colors (of the spectrum: R.O.Y.G.B.I.V.) are part of the spectrum or color wheel. Therefore, they each have completely different opposite colors (the other side of the color wheel). However, the color gray is not one of the spectrum of colors. In fact, the color gray is hardly even a color at all. Gray is exactly between white and black. White is the pigmentary absence… Read More
If you are talking about light, then white is the combination of all colors.
Because he wanted to show that speed makes things invisible and mixes colours because of the rotation speed of "newtons wheel" all the seven colors of the rainbow in newtons wheel mix showing white colour.Thus white colour is mixture of the seven colors in a rainbow.
No, black absorbs all of the seven primary colors. White reflects it all, making the color white the presence of all colors.
White is the absence of all color and black is the precense of all color. So the combo of all colors is black.
White is the one color that contains all colors. You can prove this by holding a prism up to white light, the light will come out on the other side in all colors.
White is all of the colors. Absence of color is black. White is all of the colors put together.
White as a color is the absence of all colors. You cannot mix any colors to make it. White as light is the inclusion all colors in the viable spectrum. The make white light you need to mix every color together as light.
White. Though technically white is not a color.
white mostly (because this is the color of the sun) but basically all of the colors as all colors mixed make white
You do not list black and white as colors because of the lack of spectral color. White is the sum of all possible colors. Black has no light so no color.
it will make brown
black is all colors absorbed but white on the other hand is all of the colors a mix of blue red green yellow purple all of them.
White is actually a combination of all the colors of light. So white is, in fact, a color.
White paper absorbs almost no light at all. We know that white light is made up of all colors. Further, we know that the color of an object is determined by the color of light it reflects. A white object reflects all colors of light to appear white.
White is the combination of all colors
A color wheel is also sometimes called a color circle. The colors are organized around the circle in a way to show the relationship between them. Primary colors include blue, yellow and red. Secondary colors are green, orange and violet. There are also colors referred to as tertiary colors and this includes red--orange, red--violet, yellow--orange, yellow--green, blue--violet and blue--green. The three primary colors are situated on the color wheel equally spaced out from one another… Read More
A really ugly brown.
No, the color white is a color. White reflects all colors of the visible light spectrum to the eyes.
because white reflects all the colors on the color spectrum
To show how colors are related to one another as well as to show all of the colors.
Yes and no. Black is the presence of all colors and white is the absence of all colors. If something appears black it is because the surface is reflecting all colors. If is appears white it is because it is absorbing all the colors. The whole black is a color thing has been going on for so many years, but in reality both black and white are because they both absorb all colors and is… Read More
The color wheel ideally includes all possible colors. The only things left off are neutrals. A gray-scale color scheme uses all neutrals and does not appear on the color wheel.
White light is made up of all the colors. If a paper is white, it is reflecting all the colors of light. We know that the color of an object is determined by the color(s) of light it reflects. If an object is green, for example, it reflects green light and absorbs all other colors.
colors are colorful because light hits them and reflects color. White, though, is no color. Black is all color.
White reflects all other colors of light.
The sun is all colors, it is white.
When using pigments, as in paint, black is all the colors mixed together, and white is a lack of color. So in that sense, black can be a "true" color. If you are studying the colors in light, black is simply the absence of light, while white is the combination of all colors.
You can not mix colors to make the color blue, for it is a primary color. The primary colors are red, yellow, and blue. All other colors (except black and white, of course, because white is the absence of color and black is the presence of all colors) are made from the primary colors. For example, blue mixed with red makes purple.
All colors of light mixed together make white.
White is all of the colors combined. That's why you can see 7 different colors with a glass prism. Black is no color, because black material absorbs almost all the light that hits it. Black and white TV isn't color TV, because you don't see the blue, green, and red colors separately. Blue, green, and red are the very three colors that combine to make all the other colors that you see with your eyes… Read More
Yes and no. In light, white is all the colors mixed together and black is the absence of color. But with substances such as paint, black is pretty much all the colors put together. The above demonstrates the two main color systems. In the RGB system, red, green, and blue all make white, and black is the absence of all colors. In the CYM system, white is the absence of all colors, while black is… Read More
no it is not it is a mixture of all the colors in the color spectrum
Colors Right next to each other on the color wheel ( All lights and darks of the two colors.) But, This Could Be Wrong :-/
dogs are color blind so it would still be white Definition- color blind- not able to see color white- a reflection of all the colors black- considered a combination of all the colors so black and white wouldn't be considered a color which is dumb
the suns core is light. Light is all colors. some might say yellow or white but that is wrong white, many people don't know this but it is all colors like black is the absences of color witch is no color. so the core of the sun is light, all colors.
Regarding light and color - when you mix all primary colors together you get white. Black is the absence of light. Regarding paint and ink - when you mix all primary colors together you get black. White is the absence of color.
Because white light is made up of all the colors of the spectrum, and an object that appears red in color is simply reflecting the color red, a white object refects all the colors of the spectrum while black objects reflect no colors at all.
If you mix all colors of light you will get white. If you mix all colors of pigment/paint you will get black.
>Do you mean "what are the original Colors..."? <P>White light is a combination of all the colors in the spectrum. That's why, when it is shined through glass, you see a rainbow. The glass disperses the white light back into the individual colors. Black light is the absence of color. <P>Incidentally, while white Light is the combination of all colors, Black Pigment is the combination of all colors. White pigment is the absence of color.</P>… Read More
Yes. All colors (except white, which is a lack of all color) can absorb heat.
If an object absorbs all the colors in white light, it reflects black.
If black is a color white is a color then why is a black and white television not known as a color television?
Black and white are not colors; black is the combination of all colors and white is the absence of color. Color television has all the colors (red, orange, etc.), while black-and-white television is just in black, white, and gray. Correction: Black and white are not colours, they're shades. So a black and white tv is a not a colour tv. black and white are shades. Any colour that is not in the rainbow, such as… Read More