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There's also a number of apps available. I've never tried any to know how well or not they work. Swatchmate Cube was funded from Kickstarter in 2013. I've seen one that's a very high end looking sphere but can't relocate it right now. Pantone puts out their own color capture as well, it's quite pricey though. Pantone CAPSURE. Adobe came out with an app ...


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Get your (or borrow a) Pantone swatch book and hold it up next to the wallpaper until you find a close match.


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Disclaimer: this is based on my assumptions of what the problem may have originally been--which in turn is based on common printing issues. Comic books were never printed on what we'd call high quality presses or high quality paper (they are today, but not back then). It was essentially newsprint. This means you had to deal with a lot of printing ...


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This site explains the process of coloring comics during the 60's (when the Hulk started) http://facweb.cs.depaul.edu/sgrais/comics_color.htm snip The possible combinations of these tints gave colorists a palette of 64 possible colors to use in the books, though most used no more than half of them. Many of the darker colors were indistinguishable in ...


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Interesting - I hadn't heard of this before. I do know that comic books have tended to be printed on cheap "newsprint"-like paper and that may have an impact on ink coverages and how colors display. Red perhaps might look a bit muddy - perhaps almost brown-like - on such cheap paper. But then there's Superman which shows that reds are possible in comic ...



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