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gryphoncreation wrote:in additive light you can use 3 colors -red, green, blue (which is what computers and tv's use. subtractive light(CMYK) is a bit different, however if you are breaking light through a prism, you will get 7 main color -red-orange-yesllow-green-bue-indigo-violet, not to mention the variety of colors in between.
Oh geez... you're sort of right...
There are three primary colors of light, RGB (additive color).
There are also three primary colors of pigment, Red, Blue and Yellow (subtractive color). Those are the colors on the color wheel that are taught in art classes as part of color theory.
CMYK are the four ink colors used in printing.
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sefjwm wrote:I swear I've seen this before.
1. I thought it looked exactly like this shirt and wondered why it wasn't rejected on those grounds.
2. I must dumb, cause I don't get the joke at all.
3. Somewhere else in the comments, the skull and cross bones is poison, not detergents or bleach necessarily.
I wasn't going to stay up. Drat! Foiled again!
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