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Expanding the Color Palette: Composite Colors

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Expanding the Color Palette: Composite Colors

Postby Chris_Petrauskas » Mon Feb 17, 2014 11:56 am

Watch the Lesson at:
https://videos.bullseyeglass.com/videos/expanding-the-color-palette-composite-colors/

Please discuss and comment in this thread.

Thanks!
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Re: Composite Colors

Postby cherylsattler » Mon Feb 17, 2014 3:59 pm

I find this very difficult to follow. Please consider putting this out as a tip sheet (like color kickers). The video format makes the colors just zip by and without having color numbers or names on the tiles, it's just pretty.
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Re: Composite Colors

Postby pjmcdan » Mon Feb 17, 2014 4:10 pm

I don't even like jazz, but that music is the ticket! Who is it?
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Re: Composite Colors

Postby dangoodman00 » Mon Feb 17, 2014 4:38 pm

I too would like to see this in a tip sheet. Possibilities are endless!
I was puzzled by the absence of reactions. For example, Sunflower Yellow Opalescent 000220 contains sulfur and Ruby Red Tint 001824 is lead-bearing. Were some unusual firing conditions used in order to minimize potential for reaction?
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Re: Composite Colors

Postby suds » Mon Feb 17, 2014 5:14 pm

cherylsattler@yahoo.com wrote:I find this very difficult to follow. Please consider putting this out as a tip sheet (like color kickers). The video format makes the colors just zip by and without having color numbers or names on the tiles, it's just pretty.


^^Yes, this.
It would be great info to put on a chart of some kind but the video just made my head spin and I gave up after the first few sets of colors.



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Re: Composite Colors

Postby suds » Mon Feb 17, 2014 5:22 pm

pjmcdan@yahoo.com wrote:I don't even like jazz, but that music is the ticket! Who is it?
Patrick


I'm pretty sure it's from a mid-eighties porn film. I'll see if I can look it up for you. :lol:



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Re: Composite Colors

Postby altituderonnie » Mon Feb 17, 2014 7:23 pm

I watched this 3 times to decipher it......iit was very hard to follow, but the concept is great.
Please do a work sheet!

It did make my head spin a bit.
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Re: Composite Colors

Postby morganica » Mon Feb 17, 2014 8:56 pm

I would agree, you'd increase the usefulness of the videos by creating a companion poster. Putting it into colorwheel format would be very cool...

Personally, I got a little tired of the music after the first repetition, and put on mute...and I like jazz. Not all videos need a soundtrack.
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Re: Composite Colors

Postby aviva » Mon Feb 17, 2014 9:30 pm

It's an interesting topic, but I don't really see the point of it being in a video, at least in this form. I'd find it far more useful in a tip sheet, as others have mentioned; on a spread in the catalog, which we frequently use as a reference in our studio; and especially as something I could access via the iphone app.

Personally, I can't imagine watching the entire video, although I suppose I might check out various chapters if I'm looking for a specific color combination. And I muted the soundtrack fairly early on, although I kept checking to see if there was any narration.
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Re: Composite Colors

Postby bushies » Tue Feb 18, 2014 12:20 am

I'm with the masses... this was tedious viewing but I see great value.
Please compose a tip sheet! And if you can do a pdf for colour tiles for most colours with most of the paler transparents, I'd happily print it off at home to add to my Bullseye folder.
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