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Re: is black and white mixed a shade or tint?

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John & Sandra Barrick (astroboy)
Sun, 07 Nov 1999 09:27:56 -0500


> <<When black and white
> paint are mixed is the resulting color a tint or a shade? >>
>
> Hueless and chromaless colors are called "neutrals".
> These neutrals can be arranged in order of "Key" on a value scale.
Wizzle is right- but I can't remember the original poster so to
whomever:
If you are confused go to an art store and ask to look at their
Pantone color sample book. Look at the coated or uncoated samples
and on each one will be a break down of the colors and also what is
available- marker, paper, uncoated and coated, inks, etc.
Sandra

astroboy

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