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14 hours ago, rubegon said:

 

What happens when you mix it with green?  Does it make brown?

 

Depends on the green and the mix ratio. In general you'll be looking at a gray, desaturated pink or desaturated green/beige.

 

(Red is the complement of green, so mixing them will give a chromatic black. Pink is red plus white, so pink plus green gives you chromatic black plus white, or gray.)

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22 hours ago, Rignes said:

So, I got a Breast Cancer Awareness Pink in my last order.  It's a neat pink, but I'm finding it hard to think of ways to use it. 

 

What uses have you all found for it?

pictures will have to wait until I get home, but I have used it as a base coat under clear magenta for the skin of a robot, slaaneshi armor, highlights on red demon skin, hair/smoke on the bones genie, shadows on bright pink/white hair, mixed with pale flesh for lips, a little glow on the red eye of a modron, mixed with flesh for the skin of a pig, washed over with greys and greens for orc skin, highlighting purples, and used with ashen rose to paint flowers.

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and I still haven't gotten through one full bottle...
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Thanks.  It seems like a color that won't be used much.  I was thinking of mixing it with flesh to get a pinkish color for a small exposed brain on a figure but I imagine one bottle will last a long long time.  I just need to get more confident in my mixing abilities.

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On 11/11/2019 at 2:13 PM, rubegon said:

What happens when you mix it with green?  Does it make brown?


Depends on the exact green you use (and the amount). The most likely cases are this:
- a desaturated pink Or green (depends on the amount of each colour mixed in) that is slightly lightened due to the white in the pink.

- if you get the correct green you should be able to make a Grey or at the very least a whole lot of warm greys (more pink) or cooler greys (more green).

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