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Thread: Palette- TRIA Markers (Letraset)

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    Palette- TRIA Markers (Letraset)

    Formerly known as Pantone Markers, now they no longer use pantone swatch matching but HSL to give great colour matching between the markers and working digitally (note: will depend on what sort of monitor you have and what sort of calibration device you use)

    300 'Digitally Friendly' Colours
    The Tria Colour Space uses principles of Hue, Saturation and Luminosity to navigate and control colour. Most graphic software applications use HSL - it's an accurate, digitally compatible way to specify colour.


    You can find out more on TRIA marker naming conventions and on how Letraset divide the HSL colour space for TRIA Markers here:
    http://www.letraset.com/design/pdf/T...r_Wheel_UK.pdf

    The RGB values were drawn from the Photoshop/Illustrator swatch palettes offered by Letraset available here:
    http://www.letraset.com/design/shopc...ype=TriaSwatch
    All values are within CMYK gamut and are therefore safe for printing.

    The attached image is just to show what colours there are.... plz be sure to download and use the .col file for colour accuracy
    Enjoy
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    Last edited by Juz; 01-16-2010 at 09:59 PM.
    "I paint because I love to cut mats" (Arthur Alexander)

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    Jus, thanks for these
    They look wonderful...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juz
    All values are within CMYK gamut and are therefore safe for printing
    It should now easier to print out good looking paintings.
    Many thanks for your efforts

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    Thanks Rowena and Stimpy. Great thing about working digitally is the savings. It would cost around $1500.00 US to buy this set of markers. Theres also no undo on the real world ones hehe
    "I paint because I love to cut mats" (Arthur Alexander)

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    Oh, goodie.....another fine color palette to add to my color palette folder!!! Thanks, Juz, once again for your generous contribution to AR's Art Supplies!!!!

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    Thank you so much Juz
    Valerie

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    Eye-Leen and Valerie, you are very welcome... glad you like them
    "I paint because I love to cut mats" (Arthur Alexander)

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    Thank you Juz. This is so great. I have been looking for something like this.

    Finally a drawingtool delivered with an understandable color wheel, where you'll be able to actually buy the color irl AND have a RGB value for screen. Calibrated or not - their objective values are better than my subjective guess.

    I found a link to a printable version of the Colour Chart for the markers. Though it's A3 and my printer is non-calibrated, it'll stilll give me an idea of how them colors will print in my own environment.
    http://www.letraset.com/design/pdf/DLR050.pdf
    Next step will be to make som AR3 samples of my favorite tools for printing.

    Thanks again, DoodLS

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    Thank you very much Juz!
    What an amazing color set.

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    @DoodL , thanks for the link... just dont sample from that one as acrobat does shift colours with its renderer, use the .col which works from the numbers

    @GZ, thanks, i love marker colours too
    "I paint because I love to cut mats" (Arthur Alexander)

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