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Individual differences |
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- Main article: Additive color
- Main article: RGB color model
- Main article: Subtractive color
- Main article: CMYK color model
This is often referred to as CMYK where K stands for Key (usually black). In theory, solid overlapping layers of C, M, and Y ink produce black. In reality the outcome is dirty brown unless mixed exactly evenly so the black ink replaces the other three layers. See under color removal.
Traditional painting (RYB)Edit
- Main article: RYB color model
RYB uses pigments, similar to CMY, which combine subtractively by absorbing light. Thus, combining colors using the RYB color system will result in a darker color.
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