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An image should appear at this position in the text.Color Score-(or No 6 IN PLATED III)-Giving Areas by H, V and C. they may be subdivided much finer, if desired, by use of the decimal point. It is a question of convenience whether to make a small score with only the large divisions, or a much larger score with a hundred times as many steps. In the latter case each hue has ten steps, the middle step of green being distinguished as 5G 5/5 to suggest the four steps 1G, 2G, 3G, 4G, which precede it, and 6G, 7G, 8G, and 9G, which follow it toward blue-green.

The score preserves color records in a convenient shape.

Such a color score, or notation diagram, to be made. small or large as the case demands, offers a very convenient means for An image should appear at this position in the text.Fig. 24. recording color combinations, when pigments are not at hand.

(141) To display its three dimensions, a little model can be made with three visiting cards, so placed as to present their mutual intersection at right angles (Fig. 24).

5G 5/5 is their centre of mutual balance. A central plane separates all colors into two contrasted fields. To the right are all warm colors, to the left are all cool colors. Each of these