Types of Prints
Multi-Color: Printing in more than one ink color (Polychrome Printing.)
Single Color: Printing in one ink color.
Gradient: A blend from one color to another.
Half-Tone: A pattern of dots arranged on an imaginary grid to simulate shades of gray or levels of color.
CMYK: Used in color printing. The CMYK color model simulates a full range of color by mixing varying percentages of four primary colors: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black. When these colors are printed on surface, they subtract from white light that reflects off the page, creating the illusion of color; for this reason, CMYK is a “subtractive” color model. Almost all color printing is done by using these four colors; color printing done this way is called “4-color” or process printing.