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Old 06-07-2012, 11:12 AM   #1
Lewis MacKenzie Lewis MacKenzie is offline
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Help with colour charts




Dear all. I've just started working on colour charts, using the method described by Clayton J. Beck III on his website. So far I've done two, ivory black and winsor green. I'm worried that the dominant colour in each column is too dominant, particularly in the winsor green chart. Can anyone who is familiar with this kind of chart advise me as to whether or not I'm doing this properly?

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Lewis
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