What other Derwent Lightfast coloured pencils go with the green-blue ones? We hope this page helps answer that question. It will show you 23 colour sub-relationships that include green-blue. Then to help you find more information, you can click on links through to products that list the Derwent Lightfast pencils that support those green-blue colour sub-relationships.
Table of contents
- Taking a closer look at the colour wheel
- Helping you find harmonious colours in the Derwent Lightfast pencil range
- How to use this page
Taking a closer look at the colour wheel
Do you find it frustrating trying to find a colour combination, or colour relationship for a particular colour wheel colour family? Do you find it difficult to figure out which pencils to use in that colour relationship? If so, then we have something to help you.
We also found it difficult to select colour harmonies to use in our art and craft. So, to help us understand colour, we undertook exercises and created colour wheels using different mediums, including a range of coloured pencil brands, and found colour relationships. As part of the exercise, we drilled down into each colour relationship, and found colour sub-relationships, and colour combinations. Then we created example illustrations to show what these sub-relationships, and colour combinations look like.
This page provides 23 colour relationships that include green-blue.
Helping you find harmonious colours in the Derwent Lightfast pencil range
Previously, we have taken a closer look at the full range of 100 Derwent Lightfast pencils. You can see a disclaimer about our colour analysis. The following sub-relationships take the colour discovery further, and help you find the pencils to use when you have chosen a green-blue colour relationship.
How to use this page
To use the content on this page, all you need to do is to choose which colour sub-relationship you would like. Then click on the main image, or a button below the image. By clicking on an image or button, you are directed to a product you can purchase to obtain more information about that sub-relationship, and the Derwent Lightfast pencils which support it.
You can use this handy page to see 23 colour sub-relationships that include green-blue. These are based on a Red, Yellow, Blue colour wheel.
These are outlined below.
1. Monochromatic Colour Relationship
The first main colour harmony to include green-blue is the monochromatic colour relationship.
2. Complementary Colour Relationship
The second main colour harmony to include green-blue is the complementary colour relationship.
3. Split Complements
The third colour harmony to include green-blue is the split complementary colour relationship. It includes three green-blue colour sub-relationships.
4. Double Split Complements
The fourth colour harmony is the double split complementary colour relationship. It includes two green-blue sub-relationships.
5. Tetrad Square
The fifth colour harmony is tetrad square. It includes one green-blue sub-relationship.
6. Triadic Colour Relationship
The sixth colour harmony is the triadic colour relationship. It includes one green-blue sub-relationship.
7. Analoguous 2
The seventh colour harmony is Analoguous 2. It includes two green-blue colour sub-relationships.
8. Analoguous 3
The eighth colour harmony is Analoguous 3. It includes three green-blue colour sub-relationships.
9. Analoguous 4
The ninth colour harmony is Analoguous 4. It includes four green-blue sub-relationships.
10. Analoguous 5
The tenth colour harmony is Analoguous 5. It includes five green-blue sub-relationships.