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What Are Green and Yellow Shades?

 

This guide gives you an idea of how green and yellow colours work when mixed with other colours to gain different green and yellow colour shades.

Using this chart you can gain different colour shades by mixing different leather colours together to create new tones and shades of colours.

 

Colour Mixing 5 Green and Yellow

Colour Mixing 5 Green and Yellow

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