The subject of colour today is hard to understand. Since its conception colour theory has always been controversial.
WYMCK COLOUR has a new technique which dispels many of the inaccuracies regarding colour that have existed for so long.
By converting the wavelengths of the visual colour spectrum into simple mathematical formulas, colour theory can be approached from a different perspective resulting in the entire subject becoming congruent and easier to grasp.
You will be continually surprised and delighted by the predictable and accurate outcomes that arise on any topic relative to colour where you wish to apply it.
Colour is classified into two groups; additive colour in relation to light and subtractive colour relative to form. While the methodology of mixing additive and subtractive colours can be treated as separate disciplines, they are interdependent. However, the way colour stands now, it’s like forcing two broken pieces to fit together and expecting a good outcome.
This problem is easily rectified by doing two important things:
1. Assign the correct wavelengths of light to the visual colour spectrum.
2. Allocate the proper names to the colours of pigment and place them in the right order.
Yellow, Magenta and Cyan as the primary colours of pigment with Indigo, Green and Red as the secondaries. Violet, Blue, Turquoise, Apple, Orange and Watermelon then form the tertiary colours of both light and pigment.
Additive and subtractive colour modalities are now united and colour theory is simplified. Wymck Colour theory can be applied to any subject pertaining to colour you wish to apply it.