Forever on the search for “The Right Tool For The Job” * – the “right tool” for color mixing / blending / painting is Krita.

Forever on the search for “The Right Tool For The Job” * – the “right tool” for color mixing / blending / painting is Krita.
 
Despite warnings that it *might* crash when used with my old built-in laptop card, it works perfectly fine. [i tried several colors and blenders, then ran it through something called “gradient filter” which seems to pick pleasing combinations of colors]
 
So, should I ever take up painting, this is the tool I’d use.
  I always liked using Corel products. They’re $$$ though so I stick t free tools but in the past, I used a lot of Corel products, starting from the time they acquired Wordperfect and I worked at a computer store and was able to get copies of everything. I could do that today but I try to stay within the bounds of free/open source unless I must.I took a look at Corel Painter and it looks like an excellent product.
  That’s a much better diagram – thank you! Well if you follow the parenthesis, I put RGB and CMYK side by side as equivalent (same level) but having RGB first does imply that CMYK is somehow ‘lesser’ which isn’t not.
 I *should* as I’m really good at interpreting nested parenthesis, but everytime I play around with it I realize there’s nothing I need to do in it. enough to really master it :P

Here’s one area where parenthesis are misused: Ingredient labels. They confuse people unnecessarily.

What I think they should all do – and only a few do it – is separate them: Have the main comprehensible ingredients largest to smallest and THEN in a second paragraph, put the subsets. That way people aren’t all like, “ooh, look how many chemicals!” so much and just eat their food.

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