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Cadmium Red Light

36RCW#7.0.5, Opaque, PR:108

PR:108 is: Cadmium Brown, Cadmium Maroon, Cadmium Purple, Cadmium Scarlet, Cadmium Red Light /Medium/Dark, Cadmium Vermilion Red, Cadmium Red Orange, Cadmium Orange, Cadmium Yellow Orange and Cadmium Yellow Deep.

PY:35 is all colors of Cadmium Yellow, PO:20 is all Cadmium Orange.

PBr 6 or PBr 7 are Earth Colors, they exist in any shade of yellow, orange, red or violet brown to green brown.

The RCW has the quantity of colors making the color wheel, a color number from 3RCW, 6, 12, 24, 36 etc. The tint to shade numbers from .09 to .9 and the warm to cool value numbers from .1 to .9. Each pigment color has it's own three diget number distinguishing it from any other color.

Opposite color, Thalo Blue Transparent.

To make a dark neutral with Cadmium Red light Opaque
mix it with the opposite color Thalo Blue.

Being a secondary color opposite Thalo Blue it is useful in making a very dark neutral often happening in the evening.

These words are colored in a tint of Cyan, see how nicely opposites complement each other? Cyan is called Phthalo Blue or Thalo Blue, depending on the brand. Both words come from the chemical word Phthalocyanine. The color's descriptive name is Transparent Cyan. I use the color Cadmium Red Light for my standard palette.

Cadmium Red Light is not as dark as Cadmium Red Medium. It is easier to make Cadmium Red Medium or Deep by adding transparent Magenta PR:122. Use opaque orange make a Red-Orange. Opaque yellow would make a muddy, chalky color. I found I use the color Red Light more than Red Medium or Deep.

Dioxine Purple Ultramarine Blue Cobalt Blue Thalo Cyan Blue Turquoise transparent Green Opaque Thalo Green
Burnt Umber Real Color Wheel in Pigments Permanent Green Light
Burnt Sienna
Venetian Red Yellow Green Opaque
Yellow Oxide
Naples Yellow Light Green Gold Transparent
Magenta Rembrandt Rose Cadmium Red Medium Cadmium Orange Indian Yellow Gold transparent Cadmium Yellow Medium Cadmium Yellow Pale

edu., art: Paint anything in front of you with accurate colors. Use a new, different, color wheel and palette that matches the light and shadows with pigments.

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