Re: Yellow pigments and Gum problem(s)

From: Katharine Thayer ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 11/23/05-11:28:52 PM Z
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On Nov 23, 2005, at 8:27 PM, Katharine Thayer wrote:
> Marek,
> My point was that a primary yellow should be dark enough in value to
> render a range of tones that's easily visible on white paper. But
> some of the very light yellows are just too light in value to provide
> a good depth for tricolor, and I think PY 154, like PY138, may be one
> of those. I have an azo, (benzimidazalone) for example (not PY 154
> but PY151) that I'd never think of for tricolor because it's so light
> valued.

I left the last part offf this sentence..... I have an azo yellow (PY
151) that I wouldn't think of for tricolor because it's so light
valued, even though in hue it's a perfect primary yellow.

P.S. Is everyone else suddenly getting duplicates of mail from
yesterday, or is this another thing my own personal mail program is
doing to me internally?
Received on Wed Nov 23 23:30:09 2005

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