Colour Pigment and Acrylic  Powder Mix


Step1: Primary Colour- (Red, Yellow, Blue)- There are 3 pigment colours that cannot be mixed or formed by any combination of other colours. All other colours are derived from these 3 (red, yellow, blue) pigment concentrates.
Step2: Secondary Colours- (Orange, Purple, Green)- These are colours formed by mixing the primary pigment concentrate.
Step3: Tertiary Colours- Yellow-orange, red-orange, red-purple, blue-purple, blue green, and yellow-green are colours formed by mixing one primary and one seconday colour.
Step4: Ratios for Design Work- 1 part pigment + 1 part powder= solid colour **Note: If mixing, colours must use equal parts of Pigment (Colour) and Powder **Note: For a pastel colour add more white powder
Step5: Solid Design Work- 1 part yellow pigment+1 part blue pigment+ 2 parts white powder= green pigment *If lighter colour desired, add more white to tone down the colour
Step6: Transparent Pigment- 1 part yellow pigment + 1 part blue pigment + 2 parts clear = Translucent green *If desired to be a more translucent effect, add more clear
Glitter Additive   
Step7: Pigment with a Sparkle- 1 part colour pigment + 1 part glitter + 2 part powder (polymer) = pigment with a sparkle Colour wheel suggestions on creating colours: Blue + Yellow= Green Red + Blue = Purple Red + White = Pink Red + Blue + Yellow = Brown This above is for Secondary and Tertiary colours. After mixing up the desired colours, you will be working with; you can now make a flower.
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