if you meant color instead of green color it would be black
Black added to any color will produce a darker shade of the color. So, if you add green to black, you would get a darker and darker green until you end up with what appears to be black.
you would get a gross black
Black and Green make a really dark Forest Green and then if you added white it would turn it back to a green
it would be black as there would be no color to reflect off of it e.g a green door in any color lighted room would make it look black except if it was in a white or green lighted room then it would look green :D
I would think that black and red would contain more nutrients and antioxitants than green based on the deeper color.
Depends on where it is... For a wedding the unluckiest colour would be green &/or black.
it would appear black.
blue, pink, black, green
Since green is a secondary color, mixing it with any color would make a tertiary color. But red and green are complimentary colors and therefore would make a brown-black color. So blue, green and red mixed together would make and ugly brown color that's tinted with blue.
Dark green to black.
Green or Black
I think purple goes with it. Purpkle can be a bright color and a dark color. As long as it has a light color against it it will brighten it up. Green would be cute. Even an olive green. I would choose lime green. Even a light turguoise would be cute.
It would be black becasue the object would absorb all the red light, and there would be no green light for it to reflect
A typical mix would be blue and yellow but black and yellow also gives a sort of dull shade of green
Green light - Green, White light - Green, Red light - Black
orange and white
Purple and Lime Green actually i would say any color that would match like black or blond.
what color on a map would seem to be better for farming the color brown or green?
A dark color like black would match. or even another neon color like Pink.
If there was only green light, then everything would be a hue of green (includes black, white) or a shade of grey. A cyan ball would appear as a muted grey-green, I would assume.
im pretty sure you can. black is a neutral and having that green under would be your pop of color.