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    Quote Originally Posted by Oakysage View Post
    Ah there is another similar chart for that. I suppose all those strange colour name codings are rather troublesome to go by. And getting too detailed with colours can seem rather picky.
    The color wheel.
    Primary colors: Red, Blue, Yellow
    Secondary colors: Orange, Green, Purple
    After that, the list goes on. Primary colors Red-Blue-Yellow being able to make practically all colors (And white being an "absence" of color and black being all colors when it comes to coloring.) All you really need is Red-Blue-Yellow-Black-White to make any color or hue of that color.

    Red-Green-Blue
    being computer generated colors to make other colors.

    Cyan-Magenta-Yellow-Black being printer colors to generate other colors.

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    And yes, it is annoying having to differentiate Cayenne from Cyan when you can just tell me dark red or light blue-green (though I already know Cyan is around that color range.) Though having to choose a specific color is a must I suppose... sort of like painting a certain color because how I see navy blue is like about this color

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burning Rave View Post
    Magenta is like a darker pink. Cyan is like a bright blue-green, that is if we are talking about #00FFFF.
    Well, pure magenta is #FF00FF, the color equidistant between red and blue. Pink is a name for high luminance/light tint red.

    Quote Originally Posted by Oakysage View Post
    I suppose many would just call cyan, light blue. Technicalities in colours tend not to be important to many.
    What's interesting is how there's no real consistency in what gets a name and what doesn't. Cyan is just as different from blue as magenta is. Cyan is substantially more different from blue than purple is. Why do we distinguish some colors and not others?
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    I love that sunset-reddish glow over grassy lawns, birch trees and asphalt that is utterly impossible to capture in a picture.
    Over here in northern Sweden we have, as you might know, sunlight almost 24 hours a day.
    It does go below the horizon where I live, but it's never dark during the summer months. There's something special about all that time it spends hanging fairly low in the sky.
    It makes stuff glow in a way they just don't with ordinary sunlight.
    Everything is more beautiful, greener, richer. You might know what color I mean.

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    Primarily lighters blues, but I like Green (Like apple martini green) and Canary Yellow.

    I got darker skin so I wear different shades well.

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    I don't really have one favorite color, but if I had to choose... blue-gray. Grayish blue? Color of twilight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by copperfish17 View Post
    I don't really have one favorite color, but if I had to choose... blue-gray. Grayish blue? Color of twilight.
    Like this? -->

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    Rose, pink, black, sky blue, navy blue, (blues in general), grey, white, beige, green
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    Robin's egg blue. :O)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Viridian View Post
    Like this? -->
    Yes! I also love the lighter variants.

    Also, look at this cute, beautiful birdie...

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