Experiments in inkjet colour tests for printmaking.
CGIV 2010 - Fourth European Conference on Colour in Graphics, Imaging, and MCS/10 Vision 12th International Symposium on Multispectral Colour Science, 5.
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The motivation for this research is based on how artists
mix and print colour by traditional means (painting and
printmaking) and how these differ from colour picker tools,
slider bars and methods developed for digital printing, and
whether it is possible to incorporate both? Artists have been expert at mixing colour for centuries, yet although the artist and designer has access to a wide range of digital imaging tools and technologies, that on first glance, are dedicated to the creation of colour mixtures, the resulting colours are often disappointing. It appears that hardware, software tools and methods for digital printing are not necessarily suited to the specific requirements of the artist. In fact, they are too
generalised to obtain a high degree of quality and too inflexible to allow artists to obtain precision and predictability. Based on existing hardware and software, the paper suggests alternative approaches to custom colour ink mixing and printing. Through the development of alternative ink colours specifically mixed for inkjet printing the paper demonstrates specially designed
charts for printing and double printing of custom mixed inks.
|Additional Information:||Reprinted with permission of IS&T: The Society for Imaging Science and Technology sole copyright owners of “CGIV2010 Fifth European Conference on Colour in Graphics, Imaging, and Vision Proceedings, pgs. 107-112, (2010).|
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||colour picker tools, slider bars, methods developed for digital printing, mix and print colour, painting, printmaking|
|Faculty/Department:||Faculty of Arts, Creative Industries and Education|
|Deposited On:||13 Aug 2010 14:31|
|Last Modified:||17 Nov 2016 05:06|
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