What is 4 color process printing you may ask? Well it is an image that is created by using 4 different colors known as the CMYK color. The C is for Cyan, the M is for Magenta, the Y is for Yellow, and the K is for Black.
With these 4 colors you can create a whole array of different colors. With the mixing of specific pigments in particular percentages will create a whole range of colors. When inks are angles just right and printed over each other with the corresponding ink colors it will give an awesome effect.
When creating a 4 color process printing you use a series of little dot like when you are looking at a photograph in a newspaper and you can see dots of varying sizes and angles. This is also known as halftones. When printing using smaller dots more white will show threw which will
effectively create a lower percentage of color. When printing using larger dots less white will show threw and the color percentage will be less.
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