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Old 05-18-2005, 07:12 AM   #1  
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Default SU! Colors on your computer?

So, there are so many color comparison charts (for the prismacolor pencils, the Pennywise Arts beads, DMC floss, etc) I was wondering if anyone has sat down with their computer and SU! cardstock and figured out the red/green/blue codes for some SU! colors?

So, if I wanted to print out something with one of my fonts in, say, Pink Passion, what color would I use on my 'puter?

How's that for a thought-provoking question this early in the morning?
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Martha,

That is an AWESOME question, and I'm also interested in knowing if anyone has done the RGB coding of SU!'s colors.

Anyone? Someone? Anyone?

How convenient would it be?!?
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I've only tried to match colors twice, for ruby red and old olive. I picked them from the "honeycomb" of colors, so they didn't have names. But they were very close.
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I don't think you could do a standard list because every computer and printer is different (what prints on my printer may not match what prints on yours).
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It probably would be hard to come up with a uniform match - but what a great idea! I hadn't ever thought about matching my printer ink. Sounds like time for some experimenting!
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Oh man! Wouldn't that be awesome?

I do know my computer/printer in my home office prints different colors from the computer/printer in my stamp room even though I use the same software (they are different brands). Hmmm....but now you've got me thinking about doing a little experiment of my own.
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Default RGB Color Matching

RGB codes are universal and are used primarily in graphic design and editing programs. If you have a very high quality printer, take things to a professional printer, or order professional photo prints online, you will get consistent and accurate coloring based on the RGB codes you use.

A friend of mine who is a SU! addict and graphic designer may have some insight on this. I will ask and post again if I find more information!
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Default Um...Ok, so I'm really sick.

A while ago I started to write down the PMS (Pantone Matching System) colors for SU ink colors, but I only made it through the Bold Brights. I wanted to match computer journaling for scrapbooks to the stamped ink colors. I got it as close to the PMS colors in my Pantone book as I could. For all of the Pantone numbers there are RGB values assigned to them, I think most computer programs can let you customize colors based on Pantone. I didn't write the RGB values down, but I do have the Pantone numbers. So here goes for Bold Brights:
Brilliant Blue: PMS #2728C
Gable Green: PMS #372U
Glorious Green: PMS #340U
Green Galore: PMS #366U
Lovely Lilac: PMS #2725U
Only Orange: PMS #150U
Orchid Opulence: PMS #2572U
Pink Passion: PMS #233U
Positively Pink: PMS #183U
Real Red: PMS #199U
Tempting Turquoise: PMS #311U
Yoyo Yellow: PMS #106U

I can post more later, as I look these up. Hope this helps a little.
Another note: Pantone is a universal way of matching color, whether it be fabric, to dye ink to paper to paint colors, to cosmetics. The color is consistant whatever medium you are using. You can see www.patone.com for more info.
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Ooooohhh... Roberta!

You rock! Thank you so much.
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Roberta, you are the bomb, baby!!!!

This website (http://www.weprintcolor.com/christma...ps/pantone.htm) has the Pantone/RGB/HTML color conversion chart. I had to use it at work to keep the colors on my word processing system the same as our logo colors.

Ok, so Bold Brights is down! Thank you!!!
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Ok, I don't get it. How do you do what you are doing to 'match' colors?
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Well, Roberta apparently has a Pantone Book...basically a color swatch book and she just put the cardstock up to the color swatches for the best match. Very cool!


As for using this information, in Word, when you can change text color, there is a way to get a custom color. You can move the pointer and change the color, or you can adjust the Red/Green/Blue saturation (is that right?). If you have the RGB combination, you can type that in and the right color comes up!

You'll have to pardon me. I'm a computer nerd married to an even bigger computer nerd.
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Yeah. That's exactly what I did, I used a stamped ink swatch to match against the book (I don't have all of the paper colors yet, so used a stamped swatch). Like I said before, I got the colors as close as I could. The Pantone book that I have is from 2002, but color numbers don't change too much.
I use graphic arts programs so I'm not much help with Word. Sorry.

I'm kinda paranoid now about people getting upset with me for posting this. I'm not gonna get in trouble am I?
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This is why I miss my PMS color book (Pantone Match System) that someone stole when they heard I was quitting my one job where I used it. It was great to compair things like this. If anyone has a BF or DH that works in the printing industry (since it doesn't sound like anyone here does) maybe they could bring one home for a night.
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This is why I miss my PMS color book (Pantone Match System) that someone stole when they heard I was quitting my one job where I used it. It was great to compair things like this. If anyone has a BF or DH that works in the printing industry (since it doesn't sound like anyone here does) maybe they could bring one home for a night.
FYI: My Pantone book is from a commercial printer with both direct to plate and digital presses capability.
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Oh man - this is great!!! I didn't even know you could change the colors like that! I'm so excited - I can't wait to play with colors!

Thanks everyone for all the info!
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Wow! This is fabulous! You guys are just the greatest.
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Thanks so much for sharing this and giving us the scoop on Pantone colours!

I, too, was wondering how to match up colours because I do like to use my computer for printing out sentiments and verses.
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Roberta - that's so cool! I have a PMS book around here somewhere...under something....

By the way - love your avatar - such a little sweetpea! Also, you stole my favorite work thing I'd like to say...my mind is gone - leave a message!
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Roberta - that's so cool! I have a PMS book around here somewhere...under something....

By the way - love your avatar - such a little sweetpea! Also, you stole my favorite work thing I'd like to say...my mind is gone - leave a message!
Hee,Hee..That's were I got it!
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Roberta, I don't think you will get in "trouble" for posting this. It's not illegal, immoral or fattening!! I'll have to see if anyone around here at the college has a pantone book...


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Ok ... guess I'm not as crazy as I sometimes think. I was thinking that having a computer color conversion would be great. Did a search and came up with this thread. If anyone gets it sorted out, I would really appreciate getting it.
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Pantone is Pantone is Pantone....the colors vs. numbers never change although Pantone adds more colors....so Roberta's 2002 book's numbers are still the same in a brand new book.

I started reading this thread and thought of doing the same thing......but since Roberta is already doing so, I will wait for her posts. I did email SU once and asked them if they had the matching PMS colors and they said they were proprietary.....

Keep in mind that everyone's computer monitor and printer is different. I have two Canon color copiers and while they are close, there is even a difference between the two of them on the same print out.

Thanks Roberta!!!!
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Cool! I've actually worked them out all but was too embarrassed to admit it until now!! Thought it was a bit of a sad thing to do, but now I know I'm not the only one I'll hold my head up high! I produce a newsletter for my cousin, who's a demo (I just email it to her as a PDF - aren't computers great that I can do this for her from thousands of miles away?) and like to use as close to SU colours as possible so that it looks in keeping and matches any card samples she features.

The Pantone references sound great - thanks, Roberta - I'll compare them to my own efforts and see how I did!

BTW, when I worked for a magazine, we had ONE Pantone book and we had to guard it VERY closely. It seems they are very expensive and highly sought-after!

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Wow. That is terrific stuff to have. Thanks for sharing that.

The only color I know, is positively pink is the main pink on the color chart. I used that one for Mother's Day on vellum.
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Well, Miss Helen, you need to share with the rest of us!


Glad to know I'm not the only one that wants this!
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This is amazing! Just yesterday I printed a sentiment off my computer on vellum and wished I could do it in the exact only orange color as my card. I thought I could play around with it, but, . . . nah. . . too time consuming and probably wouldn't match anyway.

Would love the RGB codes for SU colors! I went to WORD and I see the place to enter the values.

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Here are the colors that I have customized on my computer for my Epson Stylus CX6600. You may want to tweak some of the values if they're close...sorry, these are all that I have so far...

(RGB = Red, Green Blue)
(HSL = Hue, Saturation, Luminosity)

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I simply scanned the cardstock and took the eyedropper tool to "suck" the color up and then typed my text with it. Came out identical!!!
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Oh I will, it's just quite a big job to transfer all the info from one application to another... while eating my breakfast at the same time!
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I simply scanned the cardstock and took the eyedropper tool to "suck" the color up and then typed my text with it. Came out identical!!!
Now THAT'S clever!!! And now I wish I'd thought of that before my scanner broke!!!
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Okay, Bold Brights to start with. Am sticking to the "old" colours until I see the new ones for real. Also you may wish to match to old cardstock/ink. Pink Passion and Tempting Turquoise are way off, but they're the best I can do at the moment. When I get time I'll compare them to the versions mentioned above.

I'm also attaching it as a PDF so you can see what they look like. Bear in mind, all of these might only look right on MY computer screen!!!

BOLD BRIGHTS

Brilliant Blue - R18 G11.6 B81
Gable Green - R66.2 G90 B58.9
Glorious Green - R6.1 G57 B33.2
Green Galore - R30.6 G83 B34.1
Only Orange - R95 G42.7 B0
Orchid Opulence - R67.6 G36.5 B87
Pink Passion (dodgy) - R94 G13.4 B72.5
Positively Pink - R94 G43.6 B77.2
Real Red - R88.3 G1.7 B23.3
Tempting Turquoise (dodgy) - R0 G73.7 B79
Yoyo Yellow - R100 G93.4 B1.2
Lovely Lilac - R49.9 G37.6 B81
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Earth Elements below and attached as a PDF. Again, a disclaimer: These might only look right on MY monitor!!!

EARTH ELEMENTS

Basic Black
Cameo Coral - R98 G52.5 B55.5
Chocolate Chip - R40 G15.9 B7.1
Close to Cocoa - R51 G34.9 B33.4
Creamy Caramel - R89 G 76.2 B62.5
Garden Green - R15.7 G55 B32.7
Going Gray - 40% Black OR R59.9 G 60 B58.6
More Mustard - R90 G57.5 B20.4
Old Olive - R43.2 G57 B34.6
Really Rust - R68 G32.8 B21
Ruby Red - R78 G27.9 B30.4
Summer Sun - R100 G83.3 B16.7
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Rich Regals below and attached as a PDF. Again, a disclaimer: These might only look right on MY monitor!!! I'm not very happy with these - I don't get on with Rich Regals at the best of times.

RICH REGALS

Ballet Blue - R41.6 G55.1 B92
Baroque Burgundy - R52.5 G1.3 B23.9
Bordering Blue - R55.7 G65.7 B78
Brocade Blue R35.4 G63.5 B85
Eggplant Envy - R39.6 G20.8 B45.9
Forest Foliage - R0.4 G41 B43.8
Marvelous Magenta - R73.7 G27.3 B62.5
Night of Navy - R18.9 G19.3 B44
Not Quite Navy - R23.5 G25.8 B46
Rose Red - 89.8 G19.2 B34.7
Rose Romance - R97 G48.5 B57.4
Taken with Teal - R7.6 G71 B64.7
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And finally, Soft Subtles below and attached as a PDF.

Again, a disclaimer: These might only look right on MY monitor!!!

SOFT SUBTLES

Almost Amethyst - R73.5 G76.7 B95
Barely Banana - R99.9 G97.3 B67.7
Bliss Blue - R49.2 G80.2 B88
Blush Blossom - R95 G84.7 B80.3
Lavender Lace - R65 G52 B78
Mauve Mist - R93 G79.7 B91.9
Mellow Moss - R69.5 G74 B59.9
Mint Melody - R67.5 G93 B78.6
Pale Plum - R86.5 G77.7 B87
Perfect Plum - R53.1 G44.5 B68
Pretty in Pink - R100 G79.8 B90.2
Sage Shadow - R47.1 G72 B67
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I have a quick question....in my version of Word it will not allow me to type in the numbers with a decimal....I am doing something wrong??? Is anyone else encountering this problem??

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And finally, Soft Subtles below and attached as a PDF.

Again, a disclaimer: These might only look right on MY monitor!!!
This is so awsome. I consider myself to be pretty computer savvy, but it never even remotely occured to me to do this. Thanks so much for sharing!
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Old 05-22-2005, 11:36 AM   #38  
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I have a quick question....in my version of Word it will not allow me to type in the numbers with a decimal....I am doing something wrong???
Don't know - I'm a Mac/Quark user. Have a play around - round up or down; it can't make that much difference. Hope this helps.
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Old 05-22-2005, 01:26 PM   #39  
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One thing I did was to take the two programs I use the most, and type out a sheet that said Row1 Column 1, Row 1 Column 2, etc. I actually used Excel to auto fill and transfered it to the other programs. Then I clicked and highlighted my way through the basic colors each program provided. I printed it out on each of my computers. Now when I want the ink to match something, I just compare it to my sheets.
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Old 05-22-2005, 02:34 PM   #40  
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thanks Kaylyn... I got your colors to work but not the other colors posted!!
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