tertiary colour


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tertiary colour

n
(Colours) a colour formed by mixing two secondary colours
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The basic tone values recalculated values for tertiary colour patch are C 80, M 60, Y 60, and K 0.
Similar situation occurred by tertiary colour, when complex recalculation was used.
A grey and a tertiary colour were generated in this experiment.
Digital scanners were able to distinguish reduction for grey scale (UCR) and other tertiary colours (GCR), also applied in various graphic arts computer programs.
Also, future research will include possible metameric effects at tertiary colours as well it's application in graphic reproduction.
The pure forms of each of the primary, secondary and tertiary colours can be modified to create an enormous range of tonal variations simply by adding different amounts of white or black.
These subdivide again to make the tertiary colours - one primary and one secondary added together.
One consequence of Goethe's reordering of the Newtonian spectrum was to emphasise the importance of tertiary colours (those colours formed by mixing secondary colours) to act as pleasing harmonising or neutralising colours between contrasting primary or secondary colours.

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