19 Jan '06 23:49>
John the Typical Art Student is in a color theory class. his his teacher tells him to make an 8 by 8 grid, and color each cell a singel unique color, using only three colored pencils: red, yellow and blue. she advises that he play about with them a little before hand to get a feel for how they work on the paper. to his desmay he finds that he can only get two consistand shades, light and medium, out of each pencil, which really bums him out because he thought he was being smart when he bought the cheap pencils. he is pretty sure he can not do the assignment with these pencils, untill he finds that when he layers the pencils, each order of application produces a different color. can John compleat his grid?