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i've chosen this breakdown as my rich black but am a little concerned the print will come out with a tinge of dark blue because of the slightly increased C. i don't really want to risk it. has anyone used it?
The most I've used is 40 20 20 100 and that came up pretty dark on a coated glossy mag
Over my time, I've used a range of rich blacks, I generally tend to stick to 40 40 30 100 these days but I'm sure that breakdown will be fine
It probably won't come out with a tinge of dark blue because its so ink heavy but it might feel slightly more cool than if you were to use a higher magenta which would come out feeling more warm
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