Re: Gum Tri-Color Yellow

From: Katharine Thayer ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 06/29/04-04:44:44 AM Z
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Katharine Thayer wrote:
> I've been offlist trying to get some things done, so am behind on
> reading this thread if there's been more of it since I left, but will
> catch up eventually. But in the meantime something happened this morning
> that was so pertinent I had to share.
> A person who found me through my website and is printing his first
> tricolors sent me one this morning to help him troubleshoot. This wasn't
> the problem he wanted help with, but I'm looking at this vehicle and I'm
> thinking, "Why are the tires brown instead of grey?" and then I look at
> the pigments and bingo: Holbein permanent rose, PV19.
> This brown is a clearer brown than the muddy brown you get with PY110
> and PV19, but it's still brown, and very definitely brown. This was with
> Holbein "cadmium yellow lemon" PY37.

Actually this is an effect someone might want to exploit. Someone was
asking here some time ago about how to get the old look of a faded old
color picture: this has that look. It looks like some hand-colored
sepia-toned pictures I saw once, a very old-fashioned look.
Received on Tue Jun 29 11:42:02 2004

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