(1) Any colour created by printing only one ink, as compared to a colour created by printing four-colour process. Also called block colour and spot colour. (2) colour that seems weak or lifeless.
A solid colour or tint that is printed without tonal variation.
Solid areas of colour (as opposed to halftone), usually matched to Pantone colours.
Any colour other than process colour used in printing.
A technique of imaging graphics from regions of solid colour with no gradations at all. Often used in fabric and wallpaper imaging.