Using CorelDRAW to Build a Color Swatch Chart

Learn how to get the right colors every time

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The best way to match a specific color is to print a color chart containing a large number of colors and then sublimate that chart to a variety of different substrates. You’ll be able to find a match by simply holding an accurate sample of the desired color next to the transferred color chart. Knowing the selected color and its reference number gives you the information needed to go back to your computer and confidently “paint” the artwork with the selected color. Never make hard-to-match color decisions based on your computer’s monitor again. 

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Alexandria Bruce

Alexandria Bruce is the Digital Content Editor for Printwear magazine covering news in the apparel and textile industries. 

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