How to Mix the Color Maroon - liveabout.com

Maroon is in the red color family. It is a brownish, dark shade of blood red and is considered a warm color that is near the purple color range (reds that tend more toward the blues). The word maroon actually comes from the French word, marron, which is a large European chestnut used for cooking. There are slight variations in the verbal ...…

How Do I Mix a Maroon Color? - LiveAbout

I think of maroon as a reddish purple, or blueish deep red. Experiment with mixing the blues that you have into the different reds you have, adding a small quantity at a time. Different blue/red combinations will give different results, so make notes of what you mixed with what and see what you get.…

Color Description Color Mixing Guide

using Maroon, Red or Blue. Requires more Red or Maroon to start base. Purple effect will intensify with larger quantities of Red or Maroon. A “milky” finish will be created using larger amounts of White and compensating the lightening effect with Black or Brown. Blue (with Purple tone): Starting Base: Red, Yellow, White, Orange, Blue, Brown.…