The computer monitor you are reading uses the RGB “additive color model” to draft the colors you see, it adds red green and blue together in various combinations (RGB duh) to create a wide range of tint and shade. (Tint is any color plus white, shade is any color plus black. Accordingly, seafoam green is a tint of teal while navy is shade of blue, got it?)
”The main purpose of the RGB color model is for the sensing, representation, and display of images in electronic systems, such as televisions and computers.............”
Every color in the RGB color system has a six integer ID and the eyedropper tool in PhotoShop can identify them. What better example than our own Maria’s Tire Shop?..... a retail presentation along Morris at 139th based on the old “too much is not enough!” model.
This is just in case, y’know....... you want to paint your loft to look like Maria’s. lol