just monkeying around…
January
21st

by RaShell on 2008-01-21

I’m not big on color… I am more of a black-n-white kind of doodler. Color on walls? – YES!!! Food? – certainly! in shopping – sure!!! But in drawing? Not so much.

Some artists are way more color-inclined than me. Look at this paint marker magic:
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And the kid is only 16… (Aaa… here comes the doodle-envy again)

Here’s an excellent site for Colour Lovers as well as for Colorfully-Challenged people, such as myself. This post is particularly stimulating.

How about some COLORSTROLOGY for you? Turns out my personal color is PANTONE® 18-5115 (a very nice shade of sea-green). And that “…the urge to create is an essential part of your nature. You have the gift of intuition and are able to communicate your ideas with inspiration and conviction…”
Couldn’t have said it better myself ;-)

Turns out there’s even a business – perspective on use of color. Colors project certain message when used on your stationary or in the stores. Of course, sometimes there are curious outcomes of the brand color strategies. Do you know who OWNS MAGENTA? You can find out here., just be prepared, your eyes might hurt a bit, but it’s all for the good cause ;-)

January 21st, 2008 at 10:04 am
10 Responses to “The color of…”
  1. 1
    RonRipple Says:

    Wow, you have a very interesting blog. Great on the eyes and it pops!

    Love it! Keep up the good work.

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    RonRipple Says:

    Sorry, had to write another comment about that kids work. I went to the forum and it just amazes me how some of people have a gift like that.

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    I’ve always wanted to be better with color. I also wish that every time I am on the phone with someone who I really don’t need to talk to, I had a pad in front of me. I always draw my best doodles then.

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    RaShell Says:

    Hello RonRipple,

    Thanks for stopping by and your kind comments :-)

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    RaShell Says:

    Hi Stephan,

    I hear yah. My doodles only get their color in afterlife, aka Photoshop :-) Oh, well, maybe one day.
    Keep your pad handy and buy a really good pen, that helps too. Good luck and keep doodling.

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    Maria Says:

    That is an awesome picture at the top and I’m currently checking out the links right now; they look very interesting.

    This is a pretty cool blog you have here. Thanks for placing the (cheap) ad with me!

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    Claire Says:

    I sorely tempted to stop visiting this blog, I have already added a graphic tablet to my list, now I will have to add those pens and pencils!

    Curse you, in a nice way :)

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    Jay Says:

    Definitely got some skills right there!

    Jay
    DatMoney.com
    DatCurious.com

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    rizal Says:

    Wow..such a cool nice blog. Love your blog contents. I am still struggling too using colors. Huhu..you get yourself a new fan now..

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    RaShell Says:

    Hello Rizal,

    I saw your blog, likewise – liked it a lot!!!