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Nice going Adrien, you show the optical mixing of the primary and secondary colors with opaque lines. This can’t be done by mixing the opaque colors together but you have done it optically. I’ll link to this page to show this proof.
All of my work has been done with mixing transparent primaries. Our work together shows the true primaries and secondaries can be show with opaque or transparent colors.
I blew up and light balanced your color chart and your pigments are close enough to PR122, PB15 and PY153 to join transparent and opaque. It will be handy to list the pigments you used.
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