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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by DotheDamnTHing, Mar 20, 2005.
why you wanna know?
pink and green from combined wavelength reflection or proper color absorption?
edit: Ah pigment...
hypothetical right now anyways
paint it green and splash pink on it or visa versa
i dont have the actual paint right..just brainstorming
this thread is worthless without paint : /
cooommmmmeeeee onnnnnnnn just tell me and ill DO THE DAMN THING
I believe it makes . . . brown . . .. But then again I'm talking out of my ass . . ..
thanks ribbon but that doesnt really help
is it possible to get a one word answer?
Blue + Yellow = Green
Blue + Red* = Purple
Purple + Green = Hulk.
*Since Pink is lighter red, I predict She-Hulk.
In paint, I think it makes brown.
: ) Amanda
Just buy brown paint....save your time and efforts.
It will make a brown or gray, depending on the amount of each paint you put in. More pink will give you a browner tone, more green will give you a grayer tone. Not a nice colour either way.
Nekkid paint pics please.
Pink is like magenta which absorbs green, so I would expect than when you mix it with green you would get a neutral color like brown.
yeah a pukey brown