When it comes to printing, understanding how different colors appear when mixed together will help you find the right combinations to get the effect that you want. It is important to remember this because colors react differently depending on what format is used.
For example, did you know that if you mixed a red, green and blue light together it will appear white? Yet if you do the same with red, green and blue paints you would wind up with black or a very dark brown?
The reason is because a color that is projected from a source such as light is an “additive” color while colors that are used in printing are “subtractive” colors. The differences are strong enough that you will need to take them into account when printing with particular colors.
Basically speaking, color that has its own source or light is going to react differently when mixed than colors that do not have their own projecting source, but instead reflect the light a certain color. Read More
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