Color WTF?

Color WTF?

Stinky Diver
Stinky Diver

June 22nd, 2012, 9:08 pm #1

I noticed just now that there is color in a number of recent strips.

I didn't recall it being their scrolling backwards. Was there a reissue of back-order strips that were re-released Titanic 3-d style?

Or am i just crazy?
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OB
OB

June 22nd, 2012, 9:41 pm #2

totally and completely crazy...
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Doc Nickel
Doc Nickel

June 22nd, 2012, 9:54 pm #3

Heck, TWB has always been in color...

... I mean, black is a color, right?

Doc.
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Tohri
Tohri

June 22nd, 2012, 11:08 pm #4

Nova Triscuit
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Danny Beans
Danny Beans

June 22nd, 2012, 11:41 pm #5

Heck, TWB has always been in color...

... I mean, black is a color, right?

Doc.
And white is all of them.
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Tobias Amaranth
Tobias Amaranth

June 23rd, 2012, 2:40 am #6

White is all of them with light, but black is all of them with paints, yes? :3
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Latrans
Latrans

June 23rd, 2012, 7:02 am #7

White is your eye recieving all visible wavelengths. That's why Red bulb + Green bulb + Blue bulb = white light.

Black is the absence of any visible wavelengths. The reason you get black when (properly) mixing red, green and blue pigments is because they each absorb all wavelengths except their respective colors. By mixing all three, they work together to absorb everything and reflect nothing.
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Snowtroll
Snowtroll

June 23rd, 2012, 8:11 am #8

I noticed just now that there is color in a number of recent strips.

I didn't recall it being their scrolling backwards. Was there a reissue of back-order strips that were re-released Titanic 3-d style?

Or am i just crazy?
You may need to have the dosage decreased.

Or at least tell us which drugs...

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Anon E. Mouse
Anon E. Mouse

June 23rd, 2012, 1:50 pm #9

White is your eye recieving all visible wavelengths. That's why Red bulb + Green bulb + Blue bulb = white light.

Black is the absence of any visible wavelengths. The reason you get black when (properly) mixing red, green and blue pigments is because they each absorb all wavelengths except their respective colors. By mixing all three, they work together to absorb everything and reflect nothing.
...then you might as well throw up a link explaining it all in detail. After all, the short version is exactly what he said without going into additive vs. subtractive colors.

http://www.worqx.com/color/color_systems.htm
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icouldbeahero
icouldbeahero

June 23rd, 2012, 5:31 pm #10

Heck, TWB has always been in color...

... I mean, black is a color, right?

Doc.
and at least two of my friends say plaid is their favorite color. I draw the line before that though.
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