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I have a pair of thunder fours that I need to repaint the midsole on, but I have no idea how to make the "tour yellow" color. Does anyone know what colors I need to mix??
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Color mixing is all about experimenting, try and fail. Get some of the various shades of yellow angelus, and try mixing them. Even just the plain old yellow angelus should be pretty good.

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Yellow and try mixing it with a lighter yellow then neutralize it then add a little white thats how i made it
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Make sure to strip the paint first
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If you use paints remember that the yellow will be lightened if you add duller to the paint mix.
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I have a pair of thunder fours that I need to repaint the midsole on, but I have no idea how to make the "tour yellow" color. Does anyone know what colors I need to mix??
Color mixing is all about experimenting, try and fail. Get some of the various shades of yellow angelus, and try mixing them. Even just the plain old yellow angelus should be pretty good. http://turtlefeathers.net/text/angelus/paint.html
Yellow and try mixing it with a lighter yellow then neutralize it then add a little white thats how i made it
Make sure to strip the paint first
If you use paints remember that the yellow will be lightened if you add duller to the paint mix.