Moon On The Man

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By ycc2106

Dec 13, 2010
with COPASO
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I-MOO

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Atmosphere RC139

603AB4

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96,58,180

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Uranus

5C4C33

Hex

92,76,51

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1

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33

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Universe

020619

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2,6,25

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2

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46

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2

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Uranus

4A4358

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74,67,88

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Ceres

4A44CA

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74,68,202

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I think C5D0E6 is a beautiful color. To me it's a sky blue color.

Thanks for posting the link to Wikipedia on Crayola crayons. I thought it was really interesting, and there's a lot about Crayola that I didn't know!

I did do the colors-under-black, scratch-through thing in school. I think it's fun to play with.
I did that on scratch-board. Some come with colors underneath and some just white, and got mine at art supply store. :D
ycc2106 wrote:
To me Crayola is associate to that coloring technique, the one where you do a 1st layer with colours and then you cover it up with black - and scratch. I think many schools do that.


and back to color mania, periwinkle, according to Wikipedia's Crayola color chart, Periwinkle is #C5D0E6
To me Crayola is associate to that coloring technique, the one where you do a 1st layer with colours and then you cover it up with black - and scratch. I think many schools do that.


and back to color mania, periwinkle, according to Wikipedia's Crayola color chart, Periwinkle is #C5D0E6
Btw, love the Spiderman pic!
I will always associate periwinkle with Crayola crayons:

That's funny! That's how I am with the color name "orchid". The color I associate with the word "orchid" is Crayola's color with that name, although I don't know if I've ever seen an actual orchid in that color.
: )
About periwinkle -
I hadn't known that periwinkle flowers came in that large a range of colors. That's really interesting. To me, the color "periwinkle" is a purplish blue color. I think the corals, pinks, and maroons are very far from the color in my head, even if they are the colors of some "periwinkle" flowers.

I agree with your
I like discussions like this. Colour maniacs discussions! =P
!
k : )
Hang on a sec, I just found something in betsyb's collection earlier and I couldn't help bringing the two together! What a match!
Moon_On_The_Man
AndTheMoonFellDown
Gorgeous indigo blues, out of this world beauty
Moon_On_The_Man
and... you never fail to crack me up with the most outlandish titles! Let me tell you, you do have a natural talent for off-the-wall humour and inspiration! :)
kalindy wrote:
I agree that there are a lot of colors called periwinkle. I would consider all of these to be periwinkle:
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If I had to choose just one, it would probably be the one I named Periwinkle II. (The middle one in the top row.)
kalindy wrote:
Another opinion:

Periwinkle must be one of the colour names that represents a wide range in ppl's mind - if you search periwinkle here
That light periwinkle you mention is what some think as the periwinkle:

but you also find


which is not wrong as apparently red, white, pink periwinkle flowers exist
xD

So your Periwinkle is a more saturated version than mine. You have more the natural flower's colour.. me, apparently the web version ^^'
I like discussions like this. Colour maniacs discussions! =P

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