When colors are mixed together, new colors are perceived. Paint is colored because it subtracts (absorbs) colors from the white light hitting it. The unabsorbed colors reflect and reach our eyes. Paint colors are therefore call SUBTRACTIVE. The three primary subtractive colors are cyan, magenta, and yellow. By mixing these, any other color can be reproduced.

Area Sign - Making Color
Bubble Graphics Board
Bubble Tray
Soap Bubbles
Soap Film Painting

Color Mixing (Additive)
Color Separation

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