what color can make turqoise and grey stand out..what base colur I mean??
If you use a line or touch of indigo blue at the base, for instance, the rest will pop out and look like it is three dimensional. The cool colors fade back and the warm colors jump forward if we use our colors right when painting or coloring.
i would use a deep chocolate brown. it reflects the contents of the bag (coffee) and looks stylish and adds some color. brown and turquoise is a hot color combination right now. i would use the grey for lettering like ingredients and keep the turquoise for the logo, with a little gey mixed in.
By base colors; if you mean primary - there are only 3 - blue - red and green - so...that leaves you with not much choice. I suppose if you mean by *base* - primary then it would have to be BLUE.
Yes base blue would definitely do the trick!
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