yani Posted June 19, 2009 Share Posted June 19, 2009 Oh yes, I think your dark style is very nice. It's not my own style, but it definitely works! Painters generally use a color wheel with red/blue/yellow (RYB) as equally-spaced primaries, because these represent the way in which paint colors are mixed to produce all other colors. Scientists and graphic artists often use red/green/blue (RGB), as these are the light additive primaries that are combined by wavelength values to produce different colors on a computer screen. (That is why pixel colors are represented by an RGB value). You can read more about color theory here or here. I was noticing that the wheel looked very CMYK Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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