hi all first post, so please be gentle. I have taught myself the basics over the last 6 months or so, and I'm designing a few logos, flyers, posters and brochures with Photoshop (local printer is very understanding and takes my PSD and Jpeg files). I now need to create a pigment brochure for my partner's company products. The only way to show the pigment colours at the moment is to "blob chart" them - smear the pigment on a piece of paper with a cotton bud. Clearly, this is not acceptable. I need to knbow if there is such a thing as a colour chart/swatch that I can lay next to the blob charts to get a CMYK value? With that, I can create a professional pigment brochure. Cheers all.