Some people find it difficult to create colors with RGB values. This article tries to help your intuition take off.
|violet||668–789 THz||380–450 nm|
|blue||631–668 THz||450–475 nm|
|cyan||606–630 THz||476–495 nm|
|green||526–606 THz||495–570 nm|
|yellow||508–526 THz||570–590 nm|
|orange||484–508 THz||590–620 nm|
|red||400–484 THz||620–750 nm|
Writing some fill text here for getting the UL list a bit down without adding bogus elements to that list. Well, I guess this should do.
Apparently this was not enough fill text to make everything move down as far as I was hoping.
There are two types of color mixing: Additive and Subtractive. In both cases there are three primary colors, three secondary colors (colors made from 2 of the three primary colors in equal amounts), and one tertiary color made from all three primary colors.