CMYK COLOR CHART AND VALUES SHARE

CMYK COLOR CHART AND VALUES SHARE

*For more suggestion on your artwork, please contact us for a detail communication via Email. Or easily read through our suggested CMYK values chart to ensure bright and vivid color.Also,here is a note, to use the suggested CMYK values do not means the color turn out exactly the same with what you see from your computer or pad, as the fact that any color see from digital device is RGB color, Gosh ,we come back to the start point? No, though it seems like a NO SOLUTION question,but we are always on the way to have the print item looks nice and vivid and lovely,right?

*When  you  are  looking  for  a  darker  and  dull  color,  the  K  is  needed,but  make  sure  do  not  too much value as only a little it will show more on printing material.

*When making your designs and have a reference of below CMYK color chart,there is one more thing  to be  consider,  that  is what material you  are  going  to print with.Normally  speaking, white card stock is really white,Japanese paper is a beige white,so different material same CMYK value, the effect will different too.

 

CMYK BLACK

*Standard black color is made from shades of grey,how black the color truns out it depends on the density of ink as below show. *A rich black color is made from the ink blend of C,M,Y,K. *Frankly speaking, a rich black color may have the risk of ghosting that is the edge will show a different color shadow,so please make sure not to over-saturated by setting all the colors to a highest value.

CMYK REDS

Red mostly appear orange or rusty color when printing.this is effect by the values of Magenta and yellow.If the color turn out too pinky,that means the value of magenta is higher.If you see a more orange color,then means the value of yellow is higher.

CMYK ORANGES AND BROWNS
Orange comes from magenta and yellow.
CMYK YELLOW AND GREEN
*Green color comes from CYAN and YELLOW.