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    New Skintones Custom Chart/Swatch

    It’s a better quality Image (larger) and the RGB & CMYK numbers are correct. The old one has some mistakes. Plus a small tutorial on how to make a custom swatch out the above chart.
    I hope you find this of some use.

    Steve

    Skintones Custom Swatch/Skintones.zip

    Note: A larger tiff file can be made available if needed
    Last edited by Trimoon; 11-22-2002, 03:26 PM.

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    Trimoon ......

    Thanks for sharing....

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