Intrinsic Colour Wheels (Updated for 2020)

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Newly updated for April 2020 with a fourth blending idea, these specially created downloadable colour wheels have been put together using only the shades in the Intrinsic Colour Collection to give you a helpful guide to some of the blending options possible with the collection of colours.

After purchase, you will be presented (on screen, and via email) with a download link for the file which enables you to download the .pdf file up to five times and it is valid for 14 days.

The pdf is 2 pages of A4 size paper and is scaleable, meaning you can print it off at it’s best quality to any size you wish – you just need to play with your printer settings to get the size you wish. I’m not able to offer advice on this, so recommend you review your printers manual.

The colours shown on the pdf should be treated as a guide only. Their appearance may differ slightly when viewed on different devices, printed and when applied to wood, depending on the natural colour and lightness of the piece. Test the colours first, before committing them to a final workpiece.

You will also need a copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader or similar program to open the document.

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Newly updated for April 2020 with a fourth blending idea, these specially created downloadable colour wheels have been put together using only the shades in the Intrinsic Colour Collection to give you a helpful guide to some of the blending options possible with the collection of colours.

Each wheel illustrates the colours in the named set with white in the centre, and black as an outer ring. There is also a linear gradient as well as photographs of each colour on sycamore.*

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  1. Keith Brown

    Home printers may not show true colors

    Keith Brown (verified owner)

    Great product, but the subtle colors may not print accurately on home printers. I suggested that you include a printed copy with your sample kits.

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    • Martin Saban-Smith

      Martin Saban-Smith

      Thanks Keith. Accurate printing of the colours professionally is very expensive and not a viable option for the products at the moment, I’m afraid.
      As a guide though, they work very well.

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  2. busterwest9

    Intrinsic Colour Wheel

    busterwest9 (verified owner)

    As a “newbie” to colourng wood with Intrinsic colours I needed the step by step guide Martin Produced to walk me through the process. His video was superb but I like to “read” as well and this guide works very well indeed. The colurs can be subtle or hard depending on how many coats you use etc and I can see how using an off balance colour could spoil the work. This colour wheel.. ( used a lot in graphic design) keeps you on track and ballanced with which colours work with and compliment each other.

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