Full Color Printing (CMYK)
CMYK is a color model based on the ability of ink to absorb light when printed on paper. CMYK is an abbreviation of the main colors used in printing, namely cyan, magenta, yellow and black. Combining the first three gives a black color. The inks are transparent and when two colors are mixed, a third is obtained. Mixing the four inks to create a new color is called a four-color or full-color printing process.