Mar 30Liked by Randy Au

I've worked in print my whole life. Not a true "color scientist" but I have all the same certifications.

This post was a fun read and you certainly get a passing grade :D

You did get to ignore one whole dimension which is the most annoying of all - substrate. The substrate you are printing on dramatically changes the color. The difference between the Pantone book paper and the lego plastic should show this off to some extent. (Coated paper would simulate plastic somewhat reasonably).

Great job :D

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Glad you liked the Matplotlib video!

One note: did you mean 680 nm to 750 nm, not 380 to 750?

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