hist-brewing: Re: hist-brewing-digest V1 #750

Spencer W. Thomas spencer at umich.edu
Thu Jan 11 07:37:56 PST 2001

Well, actually, in subtractive color (e.g., dye-based, which this is) systems,
you can get blue by mixing cyan and magenta.  Magenta is fairly easy, but I
don't know about cyan.


Steven Sanders wrote:

> --- toddlintown at mediaone.net wrote:
> > How about using two colors...black and a red, for
> > instance? I'm not sure if
> > that's the two primary colors to make a blue, but
> > there has to be a correct
> > blend of colors to make blue. Check a color chart.
> Blue is a primary color... Cant mix it.  :/

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