Print Munsell Color Charts at Home

Color references are often very pricey. In my blog post “Save hundreds on studio equipment!” I showed you how I made my own color charts which in the end can literally save you hundreds of (insert your currency here). And in “Mixing Neutrals” I showed how I made a neutral value scale based on my Munsell color chips from the Munsell Student book.

In the blog post “Munsell 101 for the Artist” I explain the Munsell Color System and how it can help you learn to see and mix colors.

Now I have another way of saving money on color charts: Just print your color reference charts at home with your inkjet printer!

With the Print@HOME Color Charts package you can print your own color references – based on the Munsell Color System – without spending hundreds of Dollars like professional color charts cost.

Play the video and learn all the details:

And this is in the Package:
  • 40 printable color charts in CMYK color
  • 11 step value scale
  • Color Balance Card for Your Photos
  • Grey Background for Your Glass Palette
  • Instructions how to use the Charts
  • and more…

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