A color considered with reference to other very similar colors; as, red and blue are different colors, but two shades of scarlet are different tints.
A shaded effect produced by the juxtaposition of many fine parallel lines.
To give a slight coloring to; to tinge.
Dye that is added to a garment that is used to either enhance the color of the garment or to alter the look of its natural state.
A lighter shade of a spot or process color, usually expressed as a percentage. Also known as screen.
A relative measure of the amount of white in a given color.
a general shading applied to a form. A tint is usually a low-percentage flat screen or an extremely light-colored printed solid.
The dominant color in an object, image or pigment.
A color is tinted by adding white to make the color lighter.
The area ratio of dot color to background color that describes the tint color in a halftone.
produced when white is added to any colour.
To vary a color by adding white. Also, a very light or delicate variation of a color.
A shaded area or printed pattern typically on the inside of an envelope that prevents a sealed envelope's contents from being read.
Term for a color lightened with white. Also, in a mixture of colors, the tint is the dominant color.
To screen a solid color back by less than 100% to make it lighter.
Teinte Färbung, f Tintura A color to which white has been added. For example, white added to green makes a lighter green tint. Value changes from pure hues are called tints and shades. Tint can also refer to the name of whatever hue is dominant in a color.
A solid color reduced either by screening or by adding white ink.
A lighter variation of a solid colour, created by applying a screen, specified as a percentage of the solid colour.
made by adding white to any opaque color
A dye that is added to a garment in order to bring out color in the fabric. It can be used to make a jean appear worn or look different than its natural state.
A shade of a single colour or combined colours.
A paler color made by the addition of white or by adding dilutant to a dye.
A colour with white or water added.
colour lightened by adding white
The process of diffusing a color into small dots in order to vary the shade of the color. Therefore, you can obtain more the appearance of more than one color on a printed piece without the cost of printing another color.
A color with white added to raise or lighten it's value.
A light color, often used as a background tone, made from a dot screen.
a quality of a given color that differs slightly from a primary color; "after several trials he mixed the shade of pink that she wanted"
dye with a color
a color plus white
a color that has been lightened by adding white
a color that's been diluted by white or desaturated by light (think pastels)
a color to which white has been added to make it lighter
a color which has white added to it
a color with white mixed in
a given hue with added white
a "light" colour, i
a lightened spot of process color and is created by printing smaller halftone dots of the base color
a lighter color based on a darker color
a lighter value of chroma
a mixture of pure hue and white
a screen of tiny dots appearing as a percentage of a solid color
a tone that is high in value nearer white than black
Lightness of a color, the amount of white mixed with the hue.
A light value of a color; usually produced by the addition of white.
A lightened spot or process color created by printing smaller halftone dots of the base color. This is also referred to as screening the color.
The effect produced by a series of fine dots used to create an even and uniform shading. Tints are measured by percentages which refer to the amount of area covered by the dots.
To add white to a colour. A colour with white added, as a â€œtint of blueâ€ To add colorant to a base material. TINTING STRENGTH: This is the ability of a colour to change the character of another colour. We determine this by adding the same amount of Titanium White to each colour and observing the resulting strength of the colour mixture. Weaker tinting colours create light pastel mixtures. Stronger tinting colours create darker mixtures.
A color let down with white…or a shade of a color, such as pastel shades. Tints are thus made by blending a small amount of a full strength color with a white paint.
A less opaque colour achieved by applying a screen, specified as a percentage of the solid colour.
The lighter values of a particular color obtained by mixing the color with white.
A solid colour reduced in density and shade
A light color achieved by changing the value of a color by adding white.
An area of coloured or shaded background, often found in BOXes.
A halftone area made up of dots of equal size; a color obtained by adding white to the solid color.
A light value of a color made by mixing the color with white
() Various even tones of a solid color.
1) A shade of a color, esp. a pale or delicate variation: tinge; 2) A dye for the hair.
A printed image containing “halftone” dots that are all of uniform size, as opposed to a halftone or vignette, which use variable-size dots to simulate a range of tones or shades.
An even tone area of a solid color, such as 20% black or 40% PMS 281.
Solid color or overall design printed on inside of envelope to increase opacity. Also, can be used on outside of envelope to enhance copy.
A flat even tone area of a colour.
A color modification resulting from the mixture of a white paint and colored paint such that the white is the predominant component and the resulting color is much less saturated that the pure color of the non-white pigment.
Any colored pigment or paint mixture used to make small adjustments in color or to the mix the color in the first place from a mixing scheme. Alternate Term (s).
chemical used to color the resin used to seal fiberglass onto a conventional surfboard; largely replaced by airbrush paints through the 1980s, but still used in some quarters for its unique retro look.
a hue with white added. Pink is a tint of red.
A color to which white has been added, there by raising its color value.
A slight coloring or dusting of one color on another color. A variation in the intensity of a color.
Tint is the opposite of shade. Tinting is combining white with a color to make it lighter.
(1) The variation in colour that occurs when a pure hue of colour is combined with white, having the effect of increasing brightness but lowering saturation or intensity. In printing this effect is achieved by using half-tone or percentage screens which allow an amount of white paper to be exposed around the small dots or lines of solid hue. (See colour and hue). (2) One of a sequence of graduated bands or shades of colour (often bounded by contour lines) used to depict a range of elevations on a map. (See hypsometric tints).
An even tone area, solid or screened.
A color that has had white mixed in.
A lighter shade of a color, attained by diluting the color with some medium or by mixing white paint with the color
A percentage of black or a color.
Color attribute describing a color somewhat varied from a primary color such as pink being a tint of red. A tint is similar to and based on a primary color but is slightly different having been mixed with additional white or black.
Shading of an area in a form.
A color to which white has been added. A pastel.
A tint is created when white is added to a colour. Also, to add colouriser to a liquid paint.
(1.) To make a color lighter than its original color by adding white to it; a color diluted with white. (2.) A delicate or pale color.
Screening or adding white to a solid colour for results of lightening that specific colour.
Reducing the saturation of a chromatic color by adding white to it.
A color mixed with white. It can also refer to the shift in hue when one color is added to another, for example red tints yellow towards orange. See also shade.
A halftone screen that contains all the same sized dots.
A solid color that has been screened to create a lighter shade of that color.
depending on the contact lens, there are different types of tint such as a handling or visibility tint, light filtering tint, enhancement tint or color tint Toric-contact lens designed to correct astigmatism by bearing two different powers at right angles
A shade of a particular hue or color.
the effect of adding white to a solid color or of screening a solid area.
A color or hue with white or water added.
Any color that has white added to it.
The color produced by adding white to a hue.
A tint is created when white is added to a color. Also, to add colorant to a liquid paint.
A very light variation of a color, created by adding white to the shade.
Applying ink as a screen to achieve a tone, usually specified as a percentage.
The effect of the mixture of white to a solid colour or the effect achieved by breaking up colour into a percentage using dots, which allow white paper to show through.
A screen that changes the percentage of a color.
A shade of a color made by adding white to a solid color.
A slight coloring. A pale or faint tinge of any color made by adding white to it to lessen its saturation.
Screening or adding white to a solid color for results of lightening that specific color.
A gradation of a color mixed with white.
A color produced by the addition of another color to white paint or enamel.The act of adding the color to the white material is known as tinting.
Determines value. Hue plus white.
Color added to lenses for either cosmetic or sun-sensitivity reasons.
A pure toner used for the changing of another color.
A color white has been added to; a pastel.
A color lightened with white toward a pastel range. Pink is a tint of red.
The lighter shade of a spot color.
is the process of lightly apply diluted colors over a base coat or coloring a product with another product.
Shades of white in a finished print, controlled by the color of the paper, varying from white to buff.
A color produced by the mixture of a small amount of colored pigment or tinting paste with a predominant amount of white base material. The tint of a color is much lighter and much less saturated than the color itself.
an area of tone made by a pattern of dots, which lightens the apparent colour of the ink with which it is printed.
Raising the value of a color (lightening) which assists in creating the illusion of three dimensions on a two dimensional surface.
a screen or percentage of a solid color.
A color produced by the addition of another color to white paint or enamel. This can also represent the act of adding a color to the white material.
Screening or adding white to a solid colour in order to lighten that specific colour. In lithography, the tint is achieved by creating dots to reduce the strength of the solid colour.
A diluted color wash used to add hints of color to decorative concrete.
a general shading applied to a form. A tint is usually a low-percentage flat screen or a very light color printed solid.
A hint of color, not sufficiently saturated to be a hue.
Light color, usually used for backgrounds.
Color lightened with white added to it.
A color that has been mixed with white.
Term for a hue lightened with white. In addition, in a mixture of colours, the tint is the dominant colour.
A light value of a color (light blue) as opposed to a dark value or shade (dark blue).
A color made lighter than the original by adding white to it.
1. A hue lightened by addition of white; a color produced by adding white pigment or paint to a colored pigment or paint, with the amount of white greater than the amount of colored pigment.
A preparation which colors hair permanently
A gradation of color made by adding white to it, to lessen the original color's saturation.
Various tones or shades of a solid color, referred to by the percentages.
Some percentage of a solid ink. Tints are created by using a screen to create the impression of a lighter colour when the ink is printed onto paper or another medium.
A colour that has had white mixed in.
A lightened spot or process colour created by printing smaller halftone dots of the base colour. This is also referred to as screening the colour.
The color formed by mixing a given color with white.
Graphic elements printed with less than 100% ink coverage and the effect of adding white to a solid colour.
1. A pigment added to paint. 2. To modify color. 3. Transparent color.
Color obtained by adding white to the solid color; in printing, a photomechanical reduction of a solid color by screening