Colour Theory – Complementary Colour

Red as Complementary.

Using red and green as complementaries. Red and green are opposite each other on the colour wheel. They appear brighter when used next to each other.

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Yellow as Complementary 

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Orange as Complementary. 

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Yellow/Green as Complementary

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