Goryunov proved that the space of local invariants of Vassiliev type for generic maps from surfaces to three-space is three-dimensional.
The basic invariants were the number of pinch points, the number of triple points and one linked to a Rokhlin type invariant.
In this paper we show that, by colouring the complement of the image of the map with a chess board pattern, we can produce
a six-dimensional space of local invariants. These are essentially black and white versions of the above. Simple examples
show how these are more effective.