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Category Archives: Color of the Day
This blog is dedicated not only to tips, but creative inspiration. Therefore, I present to you my current favorite color (and flower): marigold. When I did a little research into marigolds, my fascination with them started to make sense. Marigolds … Continue reading
Sometimes, to express the essence of your character, words just aren’t enough. In times like these, what you need is to give your character a color. In this case, I’ve decided to give my warrior queen the color gold. Because … Continue reading
What emotions are your characters feeling today? Basic emotion Basic opposite Joy Sadness Trust Disgust Fear Anger Surprise Anticipation Sadness Joy Disgust Trust Anger Fear Anticipation Surprise Human Feelings (The results of Emotions.) Feelings Opposite Optimism Anticipation + Joy … Continue reading
“I believe in manicures. I believe in overdressing. I believe in primping at leisure and wearing lipstick. I believe in pink. I believe happy girls are the prettiest girls. I believe that tomorrow is another day, and… I believe in … Continue reading
Every single day, we are granted 86,400 seconds. That’s right. Father Time is very generous. Unfortunately, with each second casually blending into the next, it’s easy to let many of those precious seconds dissipate, quietly and quickly. With the Colour … Continue reading
Although it has been a while, Color of the Day makes its triumphant return in honor of the color yellow. A few minutes of research has revealed that the brightest color in the rainbow spectrum oftentimes get the short end … Continue reading
“Gatsby believed in the green light, the orgastic future that year by year recedes before us. It eluded us then, but that’s no matter – tomorrow we will run faster, stretch out our arms further… And one fine morning – … Continue reading
The bees in Red Hook are, well, red. And the reason? A local maraschino cherry plant. Apparently rather than sucking on flowers, these industrious bees have been sucking on the runoff that goes into crafting our favorite cocktail accompaniment. I’m … Continue reading
The “Color of the Day” system was created by the police department to promote officer safety. Undercover police officers are instructed to wear the “color of the day” in the form of a wristband, headband etc. to avoid being accidentally … Continue reading
In 1963, Pantone, Inc. developed its revolutionary and now ubiquitous Color Matching System. Prior to Pantone, there was no color standard in the graphic design industry. Challenge yourself to create something the world never knew it couldn’t live without. Imagine a … Continue reading