Interesting! I have blue eyes, so maybe that's part of why I can see colors the way I do!
And totally, dark blues and purples are amazing to look at, and they have such an intense presence when in nature. Like some comforting void. I dunno. Is cool.>>1065350
Pretty close, but sadly not quite. The primary colors can make a large portion of possible colors, but not definitely not all of them.<see this graph that shows what eyes can see, what RGB can reproduce, and what CMYK can reproduce.
There are certain levels of saturation and brightness that are impossible to reach with CMYK because, sure, you can achieve the hue
of the color, but will be missing some saturation and brightness because paint mixing is subtractive, meaning the colors will always be darker and less saturated when you mix them. And if you make it any brighter or darker by mixing with white or black, it desaturates the color even more.
Because of this, there are many different types of paint colors that fill in the area outside the CMYK color space (but even those are limited, sadly).
RGB is at least additive so that when it mixes colors, they don't desaturate, so it's better than CMYK, however RGB has still brightness and saturation limits dependent on the pixel elements and how pure their frequency spectrum is.Post too long. Click here to view the full text.