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Creating your own colors on a color wheel involves mixing primary and secondary colors to achieve the desired hue. The primary colors are red, blue, and yellow, and they form the basis for all other colors. Secondary colors are created by mixing equal parts of two primary colors. Here's a basic guide on how to mix your own colors on a color wheel
Start with Primary Colors:
Mix Secondary Colors:
Orange: To create orange, mix red and yellow together. You can adjust the shade by varying the amounts of each primary color. More red will result in a reddish-orange, while more yellow will create a yellowish-orange.
Purple: To create purple, mix red and blue together. As with orange, you can adjust the shade by changing the proportions. More red will produce a reddish-purple, and more blue will yield a bluish-purple.
Green: To create green, mix blue and yellow together. Adjust the amount of each color to create different shades of green, from a yellowish-green to a bluish-green.
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Space Sand Ingredients:
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This space sand walker is sticky and does not fade, and has the safety certification of SGS, the world's largest product safety testing organization, in the CCC product safety testing report.
Suitable for: 2 years old - 12 years old
This is a groundbreaking puzzle game with no one set way to play.
It can improve the flexibility/imagination and creativity of children's hand development. There are 5 colors for children to choose. Different colors can enrich different shapes.