How do those glasses work? Assuming red/green colorblindness, I can only imagine that the glasses block either red or green light, making one darker so that he can tell them apart. Surely this isn’t seeing the actual color? I’m not colorblind and I can confirm that color red is exactly like that, but I’ve never thought of it that way (more like the other way around, pink and brown to be “sons” of red). Yeah dude, you can confirm that you have either seen THE color red or a shade that was very very close, you have described with pretty good accuracy a color and Official I Love Butterfly Sassenach Color Shirt that’s hard to do if you haven’t seen the color. It’s fairly spot on actually.
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Red itself is basically pink, but with the darkness of brown. Like to me I always thought of red and red. It’s just red… But tbh (especially blood) is a brown/red mixture. It’s an accurate description! I think those glasses worked on you! It’s funny because normally people would recognize Red as the primary color while Pink and Brown are the secondary/tertiary color which is a product of a mixture of Red with Official I Love Butterfly Sassenach Color Shirt other colors.
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Then there are tertiary colors that change the hue of the color towards the more dominant color of the mixture ie bluer in Green will result in Cyan-ish color while more Yellow in Green will result in Lime Green color. I always viewed them this way before, like brown and pink are derivatives of red. If you start with red, adding black will create brown, and similarly adding white to red will create pink. If you’re adding black to red, it will just create dark red. To create a brown, you need to mix the color with Official I Love Butterfly Sassenach Color Shirt it’s the complementary color. So red and green mixed together would be brown.