Various tones (strengths) of a solid color. For rough work, sometimes handled on the copy by pasting down a piece of stock shading sheet and handled as line copy; or patented drawing board is used by the artist and tint areas are developed with chemical. Photographic (halftone) tints are stock developed film (negative and positive) in various strengths on tone (25 per cent, 50 per cent, etc.) And usually 133-line screen prepared by the camera department and inserted by stripper as indicated on copy.
colors obtained by adding white to the hue to lighten it
Solid ink coverage on a label.
The strength of colour evenly spread over an area.
Mechanical shading in line areas, normally available in 5% steps from 5% to 95%.
Various even tone areas (strengths) of a solid Colour.
A shade of a single color or combined colors.
a shade of a single colour or combined colours.
Even-toned area of a colour.
Various even tone areas (strengths) of a solid color. to top
Tints are mixtures of a hue and white. This example shows five different tints of red
Lightly colored hues and tones of stained glass.
Various even tones (strengths) of a solid color. Created by the use of photomechanical tints usually available in percentages of 5, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 and 95% screen tints from various manufacturers. Sometimes referred to as Bendays.