A black color that is made by mixing other colors of ink with black ink. This produces a much darker, deeper black on press than can be achieved by using black ink alone. Typical values for rich blacks are 40% Cyan, 100% Black or 40% Cyan, 30% Magenta, 30% Yellow, 100% Black.
A darker and deeper black color achieved by combining other ink colors with black ink. The values to create Rich Black is usually 40% Cyan, 30% Magenta, 30% Yellow, 100% Black
Because of impurities in commercial printing inks 100% solid black generally appears nearer to a dark grey. Because of this, printers often add a 'wash' of other coloured inks to create a rich black. Typically this is 40% of cyan, but other combinations of cyan, yellow, magenta and black are not unknown.
A black that incorporate colours such as, cyan, magenta and yellow, to gain visual impact by printing darker.
Rich black is colour made up of 100%K and 60%C. It is designed to give good coverage to solid areas of black and to "lift" the flatness from a process black. See also Shiner.
A Black color in printing that includes Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow to create a richer, more consistent color coverage. A common formula for rich black is 40C, 30M and 30Y. Rich black is recommended for large areas of solid black.
A black color produced when black ink is combined with percentages of the color inks Cyan, Magenta and Yellow which is darker and deeper than black ink alone.
A 'black' area of a page to be output which also includes some process colours - usually 30% Cyan - in order to make it appear deeper or to match it to other page elements.
Rich black is a term used in printing to refer to a mixture containing all four of the cyan, magenta, yellow and black (CMYK) colors. Less frequently it could be a mixture of black and some other ink. A typical rich black mixture might be 100% black ink and 50% of each of the other 3 inks.