Color Separation & Its Types!
Color separation is a process of breaking digital artwork into more than two colors. Many complex separation techniques are used according to the needs and requirements of different projects. However, every designer should know these four basic techniques!
- Spot Colors
It may not be an overstatement when it’s claimed that the spot color is the most common form of color separation that is used in making vector art. In offset printing, it’s the technique where ink is utilized for color printing on a single run. The separation technique of spot color is generally created in CorelDraw or Illustrator.
- Color Process
This technique uses a subtraction color model that includes four key colors, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Key (black), CMYK.
- Stimulated Process Color
This technique consist of different colors for creating highly detailed photographs.
- Index Color
This technique manages and arranges digital images in a format that helps to save up space and computer memory.