Red (RYB) 🎨 RGB Color Code: #FE2712
The hexadecimal RGB code of Red (RYB) color is #FE2712. This code is composed of a hexadecimal FE red (254/256), a 27 green (39/256) and a 12 blue component (18/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(254,39,18). Closest WebSafe color: Coquelicot (#FF3300)
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modern) or RYB (traditional). Tertiary colors have general names, one set of names for the RGB color wheel and a different set for the RYB color wheel
RYB (an abbreviation of red–yellow–blue) is a subtractive color model used in art and applied design in which red, yellow, and blue pigments are considered
Purple Red Red (Crayola) Red (Munsell) Red (NCS) Red (Pantone) Red (pigment) Red (RYB) Red-brown Red cola Red devil Red-orange Red-orange (Crayola) Red-orange
artists who use the RYB color wheel generally use the term "purple" to specifically refer to a pigment color that is equivalent to red-violet (i.e., the
distributions of the incoming light and transmissivity at each filter. RYB (red, yellow, blue) is the formerly standard set of subtractive primary colors
to be red, yellow, and blue. Mixing these pigments in equal amounts produces orange, green, and purple: That is, the primary and secondary RYB colors
complementary pairs are red–cyan, green–magenta, and blue–yellow. In the traditional RYB color model, the complementary color pairs are red–green, yellow–purple
RYB Education (Chinese: 红黄蓝教育; NYSE: RYB) is a publicly listed company for preschool education in the People's Republic of China. As measured by annual
Browns can also be created by mixing two complementary colors from the RYB color model (combining all three primary colors). In theory, such combinations
358° 85% 52% 88% 93% Red (RYB) #FE2712 100% 15% 7% 5° 99% 53% 93% 100% Red-orange #FF5349 100% 33% 29% 3° 100% 64% 71% 100% Red-orange (Crayola) #FF681F
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