COLOURS – PRIME

Prime (or primary) colours are those which produce all other colours when mixed together in different ways. Almost all visible colours can be obtained by the additive colour mixing of three colours.

Prime (or primary) colours are those which produce all other colours when mixed together in different ways. Almost all visible colours can be obtained by the additive colour mixing of three colours. If the three colours of light can be mixed to produce white, they are called primary colours and the standard additive primary colours are red, green and blue.

Two colours that produce white when added together are called complementary. The colour complementary to a primary colour is called a secondary colour. The complementary or secondary colours for red, green and blue are cyan, magenta and yellow respectively. These three colours are often referred to as the subtractive primary colours. When the three are combined in subtractive colour mixing, they produce black.

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