3

There are only white, black, red, green, blue, cyan, magenta, and yellow. How can I add others? (I would like to use Green (different from green).)

0

2 Answers 2

13

TikZ loads xcolor, so you can use the coloring system of this package, which is very powerful.

For instance, you can use green!20, green!30, green!40 etc., for different depths of green or even to mix it with other colors for ever more green colors. For example, green!80!yellow!40, green!70!black!30, etc. You can mix as many colors as you want.

Note the ! symbol which separates colors and color depth. You can also define your own colors. For more information use the documentation of the xcolor package, as Ingmar mentioned in a previous comment.

7

LaTeX can help you with an infinite combination of colors—not limited to only VIBGYOR primary. Just head on over to LaTeX Color Definitions and see the endless possibilities. A snapshot is below:

Enter image description here

A short introduction on how to use the color in the above mentioned RGB format can be found in 1. Introduction to colors.

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.