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Delicate Balance

 

 

 

The combining of red, green, and blue into white demonstrates additive color theory. That’s how light combines to form colors, like in your computer monitor. It is how RGB colors are formed. If you take red, green, and blue paint and mix them all together you’ll probably get paint on your carpet. The paint on your carpet will be a sickly yuck color. This is because the more paints you put together the darker things get. This would be subtractive color theory. This is what’s used in printing with the CMYK process. So using RGB versus CMYK colors is not just people being picky about nomenclature.

Mixing colors of light will produce different results than mixing the same colors of paint. Mixing insults, niche reference, and oversimplification in the right proportions will cause belly ache from laughter.

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Consultant

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Monday, April 26th, 2010 at 1:23 am.

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