Easy Steps To Getting An Improvised Pink Colour From Two Different Colours

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Today we are going to be discussing briefly the easy steps to obtaining an improvised pink colour from two different colours.

Items Needed:

1. Red or Ox-blood coloured ink or paint.

2. White coloured ink or paint.

3. A writing brush or any clean object that can be used for stirring or mixing the colours.

Procedures:

  • Pour out the desired quanity of Red or Ox-blood coloured ink or paint into a clean and spacious container.
  • Gradually add some quantity of white coloured ink to the Red or Ox-blood coloured ink and stir with your writing brush or clean stirring stick to get your desired results. 

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Please note that this procedures are applicable to oil paint, emulsion paint, extile ink, etc.

 

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