How to Make Purple

How to Make Purple Paint

Many people think that purple is as easy to make as a mixture of red and blue. To create the perfect purple, which is a bright, clear, colorless color, choose red and blue paints that are free from yellow or green - these pigments change a beautiful purple to a matte brown or gray. Will do Once you know the perfect purple combination, adjust the shade by adding more red, blue, white or even black to your mix.

Method # 1: Making a Perfect Purple Color

How to Make Purple

Read the labels of your colors so that they contain some oil. When trying to make purple, yellow or green Paint can be destructive. Or for example, if a red paint gives a yellow list, It will have a yellow bias, This means that the color yellow will affect any paint you try to match with red paint.

  • Think of it this way: When you mix yellow with purple, your color turns brown or gray. If yellow is present in red or blue whichever you choose to use, it will eventually be the same.

Test your color bias by mixing your red and blue with white. When real red paint (without yellow bias) is mixed with white paint, it should be changed to pink (instead of peach). Real blue paint that does not have green with white paint should be changed to sky blue.

  • You don't need to use much paint when you are testing your paint colors. Just one little doll from each will be enough for you to mix them up and see the results.

Note: Mix your paint brush and palette knife with a paper towel to clean between colors so you don't contaminate your blue with red or vice versa.

Choose paints that do not have a yellow or green color bias. Red paint with blue bias or blue paint with red bias will work perfectly. Any time you have yellow in red or blue, purple won't look right - instead, it will look brown. Similarly, a green bias will make your purple look gray. Read labels and mix and match paints in white to make sure you are choosing the right shades.

  • If you use blue with a green bias and mix it with real red, you will get a darker shade of purple, which is closer to gray than purple.

Use permanent rose and ultramarine blue to create a pure purple. Mix equal amounts of these colors. These two colors of paint blend so well that art experts call it the "perfect purple." This will be similar to everything you can buy in a pre-assembled tube from a store. Permanent roses do not turn yellow, and ultramarine blue does not turn green.

  • Quinacridone magenta and primary magenta also work well in place of permanent roses.

Method # 2:Mixing different shades of purple

Mix a small amount of paint at a time to create the right shade. As a rule of thumb, when you create something new, add a small amount of alternative shades to your purple. It's easy to add more if you need to, but it's almost impossible to get the original color back to shade if you add too many things.

  • For example, if you are adding white to light purple shades, do not add as much white as purple. Start with just one small dab of paint - the palette is enough to cover the tip of the knife and add more if needed.

Add more blue than red for dark purple. If your goal is darker, richer, darker purple, use Ultramarine Blue over permanent roses. Add blue in small increments - it's easy to add more blue but once removed it is impossible to remove.

  • You can also add a little black paint to the mix to make the color darker. Be careful - too much black can leave purple behind.

Add more red to the mix to create a warm purple shade. After mixing a consignment of perfect purple, slowly add more red to create a lighter, warmer shade of purple. Be careful not to mix the paint completely so that there are no residues of pure red or pure blue.

  • If you want to soften your purple more, try adding a little white paint to this mix.

Mix rose and cerulean blue to create a deep purple. Always use a real red with no yellow bias. Cerulean blue has a slight greenish tinge, but adding it to a permanent rose produces a darker shade of purple with a grayish tinge.

  • The more you add Cerulean Blue, the darker the purple shade will be.

Mix cyan and magenta to make electric purple. If you are looking for a bright, startling purple, use cyan, which has some green, and magenta, which is purple red.

  • The more magenta you add, the more purple you will turn pink.

Add white to your purple to create a lighter color. This is a very simple way to make some beautiful light purple, such as amethyst, lavender and pastel purple. Add a little doll of white paint to the end of your paintbrush or palette knife and mix it well with the purple.

  • If you have more than one color of purple, it will be fun to see how each one changes and what colors you can get by adding white to the mix.

Use a small amount of black paint to make the purple black. You can add a little bit of black to the various shades of purple to create Spanish Purple, Tyrone Purple, Old Heli Trope and more. Darkness can fade very quickly, so add a little more and keep adding more until you get the color you are looking for.

Try it out: Create a color gradient that shows the different colors you get when you combine different amounts and colors of paint together - you can use this chart when you see a particular color in the future. Need to be merged.

Replace the pre-mixed purple with white to create a different color of purple. If you don't have the real blue and real red that are needed to create a basic shade of purple at home, you can use pre-mixed purple and white paint to create an array of purple. Add some purple to your palette, and slowly add a small amount of white paint to get a lighter color.

  • Don't be afraid to play with your other paints! Although yellow will turn purple brown, you may have other colors that you want to try to mix. It won't hurt, and you'll learn in the process.

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