This lovely colorful journey began with 3 gallons of fabulous fence and porch "oops" paint.
Oh my! I tried them out and they covered raw wood fabulously with one coat!!! What a steal at $5/gallon!! I think this is among the most expensive paint sold at Big Orange Box Store.
(1) Visually identify the colors. Using the custom color editor I moved the cursor around the rainbow of colors until I found colors that, to my eye, appeared similar to the gallons of paint in the garage. I picked out these colors to represent the robin's egg blue and green tea colors of oops paint. I also picked out the beige color I was trying to replicate
(3) Convert RGB values to Hexadecimal (hex) values. Every combination of RGB colors can also be represented by a hexadecimal value which works on a base 16 system (instead of base 10 like a decimal system.) By entering the RGB values a calculator will provide the hexadecimal number that also identifies the color. The hex numbers are sometimes represented without the "#."
oops mixture + orange hue = beige-ish outcome
(1) #9CFDEA + #FF6600 = #CEB275