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Did you know that computer-based color schemes do not correspond to fine art ones? Where you expect green to be a complement color to red, the computer gives you cyan. Why is that? Because computers usually use a HSV color model, while classic painters use a completely different color wheel. And it's available now to Photoshop in the MagicPicker 2.2 color wheel panel. Painters, photographers, designers and everyone else can know use their knowledge of classic arts. They can build their unique color schemes based on intuitive, real-world paint behavior.

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umbatman Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2016  Professional General Artist
also in real world, its hard to get a cyan color, mixing bottle green, shades of blue and white make it harder
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Uhwa Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2013  Student

Hey, You are so unfriendly company.

 

I bought "Magicpicker3" and send e-mail about serial number problem.

 

I can know you were checked my e-mail, but there's no response during 3 days.

 

I think you are so irresponsible company.

 

and I'm deliberating how can announce this case to mass.

 

So angry to your irresponsibility.

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