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2008-12-02 16:50:11
Ok, I don't think it is about the colors, but instead.. Is this Holland, tulip fields?
2008-09-24 02:39:53
'gnurant!
2008-09-23 23:32:40
For printing, the colors of Cyan (light blue), Yellow, and Magenta (plus black to make darks more solid looking) are used. For light, it is Red, Green, Blue. Print is subtractive coloring (you start at white and work towards black, with various hues pulling the color "down"). Light is additive - you start at black and work towards white.
2008-09-23 22:32:58
Patterns in Nature...lovely
2008-09-23 21:58:08
The Primary colors on the color wheel for painting are red, yellow and blue. The secondary colors are green orange and purple (violet). Moving on to the tertiary colors red-violet, blue-violet, red-orange, yellow-orange, yellow-green and blue-green. The primary colors using light are different than those for paint.
2008-09-23 18:33:26
Primary colors are RGB (Red Green Blue).