The Prismatic wheel on the other hand is more advanced and has five primaries - all of which are transparent. The prismatic colours are; Cadmium Yellow Pale, Cadmium Red Light, Alizarin Crimson, French Ultramarine Blue and Viridian Green.
Use only these transparent colours plus Titanium white in your studio for painting the correct way. With practice you paintings will glow with substance! There is no easy way out for example buying all the pretty colours in the art supply shop that will only confuse you and give you only chalky & muddy looking painting.
The principles of controlling the intensity still apply exactly the same as with the three primary Chromatic wheel. Look at the Prismatic wheel as three groups of primaries namely yellows (called Ochre's), Blues (artist grays) and Reds (Sienna's).
Exercise: Lets make the other artist colours from the 5 primaries.
1) Raw umber = Cad. Red + Viridian Green (test with white to see better)
2) Raw Sienna = Yellow + (Alizarin Crimson & Blue)
Do a small painting using a painting knife with only 5 primary colours and white and mix on your canvas as you go along using only these colours. Once you painting looks good then you have "seen the light" and will understand better about my statement on those pretty tubes in art supply shops. Good luck!