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Comparative Study on Colors Between Korean Traditional Color and Digital Transfer Textile Printing -Focusing on The Red-Series of Korean Traditional Standard colors-
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  • Journal title : Fashion business
  • Volume 20, Issue 1,  2016, pp.98-114
  • Publisher : The Korean Society of Fashion Business
  • DOI : 10.12940/jfb.2016.20.1.98
 Title & Authors
Comparative Study on Colors Between Korean Traditional Color and Digital Transfer Textile Printing -Focusing on The Red-Series of Korean Traditional Standard colors-
Park, Suhrin; Kim, Jongjun;
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 Abstract
This research study was performed to compare between Korean traditional color and digital transfer textile printing. This would help to find the new direction to apply Korean traditional colors to modern textile industry. The objective of this study is to digitalize Korean traditional colors to be applied to modern textiles, based on research studies by previous researchers, on the actualization of Korean traditional colors for textiles. The study focused on 21 red colors among others. Digital color palette of graphic program was printed on 6 different polyester textiles by using digital transfer textile printing. Different things to be supplemented were found by comparing the results with the colors of Korean traditional standard color names. After measuring the colors, Munsell color system and CIE value were measured then comparative study was performed on the measured values using 3D graphs. Measured colors of Munsell varied by color but in overall, chroma became low while brightness became high. Color characteristic of warm colors got weakened by turning into cold colors as brightness got high but yellow and red got low due to the characteristics of CIE value. This study has limitations with color analysis of digital transfer textile printing due to standardization of textiles and standardization of traditional colors however it can support to actualize the colors for the design using traditional color names by visualizing the color change of digital transfer textile printing in the future.
 Keywords
traditional color;red-series;digital transfer textile printing;
 Language
Korean
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