CMYKColor

CMYKColor[cyan,magenta,yellow,black]
is a graphics directive specifying that objects that follow are to be displayed, in the color given.

CMYKColor[c,m,y,k,a]
specifies opacity a.

DetailsDetails

  • CMYKColor is a subtractive color model, typically used in printing. CMYK refers to the cyan, magenta, yellow, and black inks used in printing.
  • Color and opacity levels outside the range 0 to 1 will be clipped. »
  • CMYKColor can be used to specify colors for color printing.
  • CMYKColor[c,m,y] is equivalent to CMYKColor[c,m,y,0].
  • CMYKColor specifications are automatically converted to RGBColor when simulated lighting calculations are done. »
  • ColorConvert can be used to convert CMYKColor to other color spaces.
  • The alternative forms CMYKColor[{c,m,y,k}] and CMYKColor[{c,m,y,k,a}] can also be used.
  • Style[expr,CMYKColor[]] specifies that expr should be displayed with the specified color. »
  • For 3D surfaces, explicit CMYKColor directives define surface colors; the final shading depends on lighting and contributions from specularity and glow. »
  • Glow[CMYKColor[]] specifies color independent of lighting. »
  • CMYKColor[c,m,y,k,a] is equivalent to Directive[CMYKColor[c,m,y,k],Opacity[a]]. »
  • If no opacity has been specified, CMYKColor[c,m,y,k] is equivalent to CMYKColor[c,m,y,k,1].
Introduced in 1991
(2.0)
| Updated in 2007
(6.0)