Mix color samples from standard pigments and production pigments.
What does a Sample Color Maker do?
Mixes color samples from standard pigments and production pigments, for subsequent comparison of color characteristics, to ensure conformity of production pigments with standard pigments: Weighs out specified amounts of standard and production pigments and places them on glass plates or in beakers. Mixes pigments with specified vehicle, such as water or oil to form color samples, using spatula. Smears samples on paper and rubs samples with paint scraper or glass rod. Writes identifying data on color sample sheets and submits sheets to supervisor for evaluation.