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Old 02-10-2019, 12:33 PM   #1
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Does anyone have the current Stampin Up! RBG numbers? or just the Tranquil Tide numbers? TIA!
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Here you go: http://stampwitch.blog/wp-content/up...-2017-2018.pdf
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If you're ever in need of an RGB code and you can find a swatch of color online, this is a free downloadable tool that you can use to 'pick' colors - it will give you RGB, HEX, HSB, and CMYK codes!

ColorPix - Download
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Would Color Pix work if you scanned the cardstock you are trying to match?
This would be most helpful for non SU cardstock.
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If you're ever in need of an RGB code and you can find a swatch of color online, this is a free downloadable tool that you can use to 'pick' colors - it will give you RGB, HEX, HSB, and CMYK codes!

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Would Color Pix work if you scanned the cardstock you are trying to match?
This would be most helpful for non SU cardstock.
I'm not familiar with Color Pix, but it might work--IF your scanner scans color accurately. I find the one on my Epson Workforce 845 (an all-in-one machine) tends to make the colors unrealistically bright/saturated with photos or whatever. I do have a dedicated photo scanner, but have only ever used it to scan slides. It does pretty well on the colors on those, so it might work with "print" media (e.g. cardstock). Like I said, I've just never tried it with that. I would recommend a plain scanner that is designed more for photos, though, not an all-in-one printer/scanner machine. HTH!
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Please explain what the following codes stand for - I'm lost!
RGB,HEX,HSB,CMYK. Am I the only one?
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I am with Kathifromkearny...What are the codes referring to?
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RGB,HEX,HSB,CMYK. Am I the only one?
They're color models.
RGB (red green blue) codes can be used in certain programs to print something out in a specific color, like Melon Mambo or Tranquil Tide. I've done this for cards when I didn't have a suitable stamp...I just created my own sentiment in Word using a font I like, then selected it all and set the color using RGB code for the color I wanted so it would match the ink and paper I used.
HEX is colors on a webpage. So if you had a webpage and you wanted the font in Bermuda Bay, you'd use HEX codes.
CMYK refers to the four inks used in some color printing: cyan, magenta, yellow, and key.
HSB (Hue, Saturation, Brightness) color model defines a color space in terms of three constituent components

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