Presentation on theme: "1. 2 Identity. How you see yourself. How others see you and your designs. This years ChromaFlair® and SpectraFlair® styling palette offers you a wide."— Presentation transcript:
2 Identity. How you see yourself. How others see you and your designs. This years ChromaFlair® and SpectraFlair® styling palette offers you a wide selection of shifting and diffractive colors to create a distinct, memorable identity.
3 Be contrary. Indigo and maroon. Garnet and sapphire. Contrasting companions. The contrast of elegant reds and sophisticated blues. Velvety plush and satiny smooth. All colors are subtle; blues are green shade and reds warm with golden highlights
4 The influences for this color family of contrasting reds and blues is fashion based – high end and luxurious. Key words to describe these colors are: Opulent Stylish Chic Contemporary Sophisticated
5 Colors are prepared using SpectraFlair and ChromaFlair pigments in combination with colored aluminums, high performance micas and organic pigments. JUXTAPOSE 1 Dark green shade blue combining SpectraFlair pigment with blue aluminum and carbon black. JUXTAPOSE 2 A blend of ChromaFlair pigments helps to neutralize the cast of this color – warm face with cool side tone. JUXTAPOSE 3 SpectraFlair pigment in combination with colored aluminums and black mica produces a mid chroma color with a medium coarse texture. JUXTAPOSE 4 & 5 Both are base on ChromaFlair Magenta/Gold in combination with different levels of organic red and black pigments, a hint of red Xirallic pigment for crispness. Colors have a cool face with a warm bronze side tone. JUXTAPOSE 6 Prepared as a tinted clear formula: ChromaFlair Gold/Silver 080 basecoat with 5% DuPont HCC-6230 Hot Raspberry Candy in clearcoat this color is chromatic and sophisticated. Not applicable for exterior usage.
6 Set the fashion. Silver. Gold. Copper. Pewter. Bronze. Elegant élan. Gold and silver are joined by rose gold, brown and other sparkling shades. These faux metals have superior flop with high head-on brightness and dark side tones.
7 Inspiration comes from the new colors in metallic finishes on jewelry, accessories and fabrics. Concept keywords here are: Reflective Display Simplicity Exhibit Quality Polished Refined Make a Statement
8 All colors are based on SpectraFlair Bright Siler pigment. Tints have been added to produce this metal palette. FO 1 Bright clear golden tone – yellow dye and gold aluminum used for tinting – do not use for exteriors. FO 2 Pewter shade made with the addition of graphite FO 3 Coppery brown shade – rose gold grows up and become more sophisticated and with patina FO 4 Warm beige neutral metallic – gold face with green side tone FO 5 Bronze metallic – slight shift form rosy warm face to neutral gold side tone FO 6 Bright silver masstone – as bright and shiny as a new dime
9 Explore shades of your dark side. Shades of noir. A dark spectrum. Black is the new black – not just basic black, but black with a little something extra – a flash of color, a flicker of sparkle.
10 Pirates and piercing, skulls and other things that go bump in the night inspire this dark palette. This palette expresses: Strength Drama Futuristic Intensity Tension Iconic
11 Colors are all based on black – pigment loading is low with excellent hiding power. Affordable and beautiful. SpectraFlair blacks – metallic black with a hint of color VUDU TATU 1 blue shade black VUDU TATU 2 neutral black VUDU TATU 5 warm bronze-black ChromaFlair Blacks – slight shift over a deep velvety black VUDU TATU 3 CF Silver/Green 060 and black mica produce a black face with a medium green sidetone VUDU TATU 4 CF Blue/Red 280 in this color produces a very deep dark violet shade – barely a hint of color
12 Come out to play. Green. Yellow. Orange. Red. Violet. Intense and fun. Fluorescent pop hues are refreshed and renewed with glistening pearl accents.
13 Murakami and Tokidoki - Kid Robot and Legos. Toys and fashion are all about bright colors and patterns with the resurgence of the 80s. The acid pop hues that are in vogue from the 80s have been updated and reinterpreted. Toyko Pop keywords: Mischievous Upbeat Energy Animated Individual Vital
14 Colors are all based on Pantone bright basecoats with SpectraFlair white pearl midcoats. White primers have been used to provide the highest contrast. Pearlized midcoats give a special look to the colors. Take them out into the sunshine and the SpectraFlair pigment in the midcoat with provide the extra POP! TOYKO POP 1 Pantone 806 Magenta basecoatTOYKO POP 2 Pantone 804 Orange basecoat TOYKO POP 3 Pantone 803 Yellow basecoat TOYKO POP 4 Pantone 802 Green basecoatTOYKO POP 5 Pantone 807 Violet basecoat
15 Rock it hot. Chic purple hot. Glitzy raspberry hot. Purple and magenta are the stars here. Brash and audacious. Opulent and extravagant.
16 Gucci and Versace, Seffani and Kravitz – cool chic meets hot rock. Look for hues that are: Passionate Vivid Exciting Image Bold Lush
17 These high chroma colors are all produced with tinted clearcoats. Not all customers will be able to apply this process. Due to use of dyes – interior applications only are recommended. ChromaFlair pigment colors: Deep intense amethyst shades GLAM ROCK 1 CF Silver/Green 060 with a violet candy coat - variation is color depth and intensity while remaining a regal Tyrian purple. GLAM ROCK 2 CF Red/gold 000 with a violet candy coat – cool violet to almost bronze shift on side tone – very urbane Funky hot magenta-berry shades GLAM ROCK 3 CF Blue/Red 280 with a raspberry candy coat – pink, red and purple – this color covers the gamut GLAM ROCK 4 CF Silver/Green 060 with a raspberry candy coat – variation is color depth and intensity while remaining a cool berry hue SpectraFlair pigment color GLAM ROCK 5 Large particle SF in combination with hot pink candy – vibrant and fresh
18 Applications This slide provides recommendations for application techniques and methods applicable for each of the color concepts presented. None of the colors prepared using SpectraFlair pigment, or tinted clear coats were recommended for molded plastics applications.
19 Markets This slide details the recommended markets for each of the color concepts. Neon basecoats (Toyko Pop) and candy coats (Glam Rock) were not recommended for OEM automotive unless for a concept or show vehicle.