The answer is brown. Let’s say you need brown and you don’t have purple on your hand, but you have red, blue, and yellow.
Yellow and purple are combined in a neutral shade of gray. Yellow and purple are complementary colors, and complementary colors combine to create neutral grays or browns depending on the amount of each color used.
When used together, yellow and purple help each other look their best. Face to face on the color wheel, in a room where purple is the primary or secondary color, adding yellow, even a few touches, enhances the dominant hue and, of course, attracts attention.
The exact color will depend on the amount of each color you use, but either way you will get a brown color. Depending on the color of the gold, you may even see some gray. The more purple you use, the darker the brown will be, but the more gold you make it lighter.
The mixture of browns and yellows creates an increasingly lighter shade of brown. The primary colors are combined to create the secondary colors: purple, green, and orange. Brown is created by mixing orange (a mixture of red and yellow) with blue.
Adding small amounts of yellow to the mixture will make the purple less intense. More yellow will vary to brown. Mix purple, which consists of equal parts of blue and red, with yellow in a ratio of 3: 1 you get a gray.
Adding a small amount of purple to yellow can result in ocher, which is a light brown hue.
When you mix blue and red you turn purple!
So when you mix digital colors to create lavender, you can mix cyan and red, blue and magenta, blue and red, or cyan and magenta. Just add white to get that color.
Mix the magenta and yellow. If you want red, mix magenta and yellow.
Mix red and yellow to get orange. Blue and yellow for green and red and blue for purple. These new hybrid colors are called secondary colors. If you mix the three colors of the pimaria, you will turn brown.
Mix black paint with white paint to get gray, then mix gray with yellow. Mix the red, blue and yellow paint together to create a tan. Add brown and white to yellow for a golden color. Take the yellowish gold and add sparkling gold (available at hardware stores) to give it the sheen of gold.
Gold color is the cousin of yellow and brown color and is also associated with enlightenment, love, compassion, courage, passion, magic and wisdom. Gold is a precious metal associated with wealth, size and prosperity as well as sparkle, sparkle and glamor.
Mixing purple and orange creates different shades of brown depending on the amount of orange and purple used. Adding more orange will make the brown color lighter due to the red and yellow primary colors. Add an extra shade of dark purple-brown using the red and blue primary colors.
The easiest way to mix a golden color with paint is to combine equal parts of brown and yellow. If you don’t have a brown color, mix equal parts of red and blue to get green. Then mix the green with the same amount of yellow to get a warm, dark gold.