A shade of blue used in the four-color process; it reflects blue and green and absorbs red.
One of four standard process colours. A shade of blue.
A light-blue color. One of the four inks used in 4-color process printing.
This is one of the 4 colors used in 4-color (CMYK) printing and inkjet printer cartridges. Cyan is a blue-green or turquoise color. Cyan is one of printer's primaries, Magenta and Yellow being the other two.
The common name of the blue ink used when running four/color process.
Specific shade of blue used in four-color printing; one of the four process colors.
The red appearance of ink.
One of the subtractive primary colors. Cyan colorants absorb all red light, reflecting green and blue.
One of the four process colors, CMYK, with C standing for cyan. Cyan is a predominately blue color with some green. Cyan, together with magenta and yellow, is also one of the three subtractive primary colors. See also: process colors, subtractive primaries.
Cyan is one of the four process colors commonly used in four-color printing, along with magenta, yellow, and black; this set of colors is referred to as CMYK, with C standing for cyan. Cyan, together with magenta and yellow, is also one of the three subtractive primary colors. Cyan is a pure spectral color, but the same hue can also be generated by mixing equal amounts of green and blue light. As such, cyan is the complement of red: cyan pigments absorb red light while reflecting blue and green lights. Cyan is sometimes called blue-green or turquoise and often goes undistinguished from light blue. Cyan is often referred to as "Electric Blue".
a blue-green that is one of the primary pigments
a bluish shade of green
One of the three subtractive primary colours. In printing, one of four process inks.
One of the four process colours (blue) in litho printing.
Blue pigment. One of the four basic ink colors in CYMK process color.
1. The subtractive primary that appears blue-green and absorbs red light. 2. A blue-green ink that is used as one ink in the four-color printing process, sometimes referred to as process blue.
One of the colors used in four-color process reproduction. Often referred to as "process blue", it reflects blue and green light and absorbs red light. It is also one of the filters used in making color separations.
A subtractive primary, and one of the four process color inks (sometimes called process blue); cyan absorbs red light, and reflects or transmits blue and green.
A dark blue color ink, when mixed with the Magenta and Yellow ink will create a variety of colors in the blue and violet family.
A subtractive primary. One of the process ink colours for printing. Pure cyan absorbs all red wavelengths of light and reflects or transmits all blue and green wavelengths. D E F
A subtractive primary colour which reflects blue and green light whilst absorbing red light.
bright greenish blue.
A shade of blue used in four-color process printing. The C in CMYK.
One of the four process colors; also known as process blue.
Blue-green; the complement of red or the minus-red subtractive used in three-color processes.
Hue of a subtractive primary and a 4-Colour process ink. It reflects or transmits blue and green light and absorbs red light.
One of four standard process colors. The blue color.
Process blue. One of the four-color process colors.
One of the subtractive primary colours which is used in the four colour printing process. It reflects blue and green light and absorbs red light.
One of the subtractive primaries the hue of which is used for one of the 4-color process inks. It reflects or transmits blue and green light and absorbs red light. ()
A shade of blue used in four-colour printing.
One of the three subtractive primary colors used in process printing. It is commonly known as process blue.
One of the three colors that are used to make all other colors. A blue-green subtractive primary color that absorbs red and transmits blue-green Sign up now Get 15 free prints See member benefits
One of four standard process colors. The blue colour. For graphic design services and corporate identity development contact GSINC today on 01923 284992 LATEST NEWS
One of the three primary colors in color prints (coupled with magenta and yellow).
One of the process ink colors for printing. Pure cyan is the "redless" color; it absorbs all red wavelengths of light and reflects all blue and green wavelengths.
Cyan is the technical term for the color Blue.
One of the subtractive primary colors used as part of the four-color process inks (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black).
A subtractive primary color which reflects blue and green light and absorbs red light.
The "redless" process color. It absorbs all red wavelengths and reflects all blue and green wavelengths of light.
Blue process colour.
the colour exactly midway between blue and green. One of the primary colours of pigments and a secondary colour of lights (green plus blue). See also primary.
A color that is essential to the CMY color model and the CMYK color-mixing method. The CMY model starts with white and subtracts percentages of cyan, magenta, and yellow to create different colors. bulee View
Cyan is a British progressive rock band original formed by Rob Reed in 1984, but which split up after a few performances and one demo tape. In 1991 Rob Reed (Magenta, Trippa) received a letter from a French fan who had received the original demo from Nick Barrett (of Pendragon and a fan of the band) and was amazed that there was still an interest in Cyan.