Teinte Färbung, f Tintura A color to which white has been added. For example, white added to green makes a lighter green tint. Value changes from pure hues are called tints and shades. Tint can also refer to the name of whatever hue is dominant in a color.
The process of diffusing a color into small dots in order to vary the shade of the color. Therefore, you can obtain more the appearance of more than one color on a printed piece without the cost of printing another color.
To add white to a colour. A colour with white added, as a â€œtint of blueâ€ To add colorant to a base material. TINTING STRENGTH: This is the ability of a colour to change the character of another colour. We determine this by adding the same amount of Titanium White to each colour and observing the resulting strength of the colour mixture. Weaker tinting colours create light pastel mixtures. Stronger tinting colours create darker mixtures.
A color modification resulting from the mixture of a white paint and colored paint such that the white is the predominant component and the resulting color is much less saturated that the pure color of the non-white pigment.
chemical used to color the resin used to seal fiberglass onto a conventional surfboard; largely replaced by airbrush paints through the 1980s, but still used in some quarters for its unique retro look.
(1) The variation in colour that occurs when a pure hue of colour is combined with white, having the effect of increasing brightness but lowering saturation or intensity. In printing this effect is achieved by using half-tone or percentage screens which allow an amount of white paper to be exposed around the small dots or lines of solid hue. (See colour and hue). (2) One of a sequence of graduated bands or shades of colour (often bounded by contour lines) used to depict a range of elevations on a map. (See hypsometric tints).
Color attribute describing a color somewhat varied from a primary color such as pink being a tint of red. A tint is similar to and based on a primary color but is slightly different having been mixed with additional white or black.
depending on the contact lens, there are different types of tint such as a handling or visibility tint, light filtering tint, enhancement tint or color tint Toric-contact lens designed to correct astigmatism by bearing two different powers at right angles
A color produced by the mixture of a small amount of colored pigment or tinting paste with a predominant amount of white base material. The tint of a color is much lighter and much less saturated than the color itself.