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Chapter 5

~Reader P.O.V~

Jeff was getting really heavy to carry.

"Unngh..." I struggled as I tried to position him properly against my shoulder. I had been supporting him and walking for merely three minutes, yet the freezing rain and his weight made it feel more than an eternity.

I knew we were almost at Carrie's place, it was just a few more houses...a few more...I needed to catch my breath, damn.

I stopped and squatted down, letting Jeff lie on my back. Thankfully there was no one around, or they'd be staring like crazy. I raised a sleeve to wipe my forehead.

A bit more, a bit more to go...I had to pick up my pace for Jeff, he was getting all cold in the downpour, not to mention that he was losing blood as well.

Trying to get him off my back resulted in him lying on the ground.

"Oh no...."

Not until I grabbed him by the armpits and pulled with all my strength did he JUST come up to a kneeling position.

The logical thing to do now, was to hug him.

After that, stand up, pull him upwards into a standing position, before letting him lie on my front and shuffling to Carrie's in that awkward position.

The only way.

...Really?

I considered my options. Jeff would probably bleed out by the time I got him on my shoulder. I was too tired. Both of us were drenched, if we delayed any longer we'd both get really sick.

Fuck.

This was so awkward.

"Relax, he's not conscious..." I assured myself. He wouldn't know.

Yet, when I looked into those wide black eyes, I was sure that he'd feel offended that I had...hugged him without his knowledge.

Then again, what he didn't know wouldn't hurt him. In this case though, it would help him, A LOT.

"Sorry Jeff, don't really wanna do this..." Squeezing my eyes shut, my arms gradually reached around his waist. The rain had made his hoodie thinner, I could feel his lean body against my arms. I could feel...scars, and muscle...as I slowly pulled him towards me, I felt his chest against mine, his perfectly toned abs were pressed against me -

I snapped out of it - the hell was I thinking? I didn't even realise that I was blushing hard enough to dry myself off. Feeling guilty for my dirty thoughts, I tried pulling him into a standing position.

Jeff slumped onto me as I bore his full weight. Groaning with exertion I finally managed to make him somewhat stand. His arms were in the way, so I put them around my waist. "Now you definitely aren't the innocent one here," I mumbled as I tried to prop him up higher.

Suddenly, I felt something touching me inappropriately.

"What the fuck if it's a pervert I swear I'll - " Turning my head just to see that Jeff's hands were just drifting from my waist to my ass.

I adjusted his arms again, to be around my waist, but they went down towards my butt, again...and again...

At the fifth try I gave up, and let him just...touch my ass. I would have to bring him to Cassie's house that way, there was no other choice. Contemplating the fact, my face was literally burning with embarrassment.

"Just roll with it, *insert name*." I tried to encourage myself. "Nothing can be done..."

If Jeff had actually wanted to touch me under normal circumstances though......I...I wouldn't refu -

I let out a cry of embarrassment, how could I think things like that?!

Normally when people are embarrassed, they would look down. I did just that.

Ended up burying my face into Jeff's chest.

It felt like we were two lovers embracing in the rain, my arms around his waist, his lips brushing my ear, as if to whisper my name, which would roll out of his mouth like sweet candy...

Would it be okay to let me stay like this for a while more? I wanted to, it felt right,

....I don't know. It seemed like my instinct was telling me to stay here.

"Sorry Jeff..." I pulled Jeff in, tightening my embrace.

"Just a while more."
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~Nobody's P.O.V~

"The target seems to have stopped moving. " Hoody checked the device again. "It seems that someone is carrying Jeff to another place..." He pushed some buttons and their location popped up on the map on the screen.

"Hey, lemme - " Masky squeezed in in front of Hoody and took the GPS device from him.

"What're you - "

"I need to call Slendy!" Masky paused, before giggling a little at the misuse of his boss' name.

"For what? Give it back, we have to focus on our mission!"

The two grappled with each other fiercely for the phone, when the phone lit up, signaling that a message just came in.

"What'sit say?" Masky asked as Hoody snatched it out of his hands and opened the message, albeit being a little annoyed.

"Gentlemen,

I expect you to have some news in five minutes time. Punishment will be dealt to each of you accordingly if you do not find them by then.

By that, gentlemen, I mean that I will destroy your manga books. I will burn them until there are nothing but ashes left, and that's not all I will do.

Well, what are you waiting for? Stop reading this message and get going, now."

Masky raised his eyebrows.

"This is the longest time since Slendy has been this serious, huh..." He looked questioningly at Hoody, as if expecting some confirmation.

"C'mon, let's go." Hoody mumbled.

"But why is he like that now? He was nice! No threats!"

"He's just worried alright, he tends to get like that sometimes..." Hoody sighed. "I hope Jeff's okay, 'cause if he's not..." He glanced at the furious rain.

"We've got hell from Slenderman."
I won't be posting anything until 3 weeks later due to exam revision...sorry XD don't worry, I'll definitely finish this...crap man this chapter is T.T
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1. General</u>
- Color evoked by light consisting of a suitable mixture of somewhat longer and shorter wavelengths. Stimulates both the L and M cone cells of the retina about equally, but does not significantly stimulate the S cone cells
- Additive secondary and subtractive primary
- Complementary to blue (additive light); complementary to violet (subtractive color)
- Wavelength: 570-580 nm
- Hex triplet: #FFFF00
- sRGB: 255, 255, 0

2. Psychology</u>
- Stimulates mental processes and the nervous system
- Encourages communication
- Activates memory
- Happiest color in the spectrum
- Associated with cowardice

3. Found In…</u>
Art:
- Interior design: along with gold, two most popular colors for kitchens

Culture:
- Ancient China: is one of the main five classical colors; symbol of Centre and Earth
- Arab: a yellow smile, which is an ingenuine smile. A yellow smile is used when a person is concealing lack of interest, fear, or any emotion he wishes to keep hidden. It is sometimes used as a joke, by making a face of a crooked, ingenuine smile, when somebody tells a bad joke or is trying to make others laugh for something they do not find humorous enough
- China: associated with royalty, commoners could not wear yellow until modern times
- French: yellow laughter, which could be translated into English as "mirthless laughter", laughing without mirth, laughing when you don't find the joke funny, or when the joke is directed at you
- Italy: refers to crime stories, both fictional and real. This association began about in 1930 because the first series of crime novels published in Italy had a yellow cover
- Malay: term budaya kuning (lit. "yellow culture") is used to refer to lewd or uncouth behaviour, with the implication that such culture is an import from Western societies
- Near the end of the 19th century, the color yellow was often associated with mental illness, specifically including insanity, and with other sorts of mental problems
- South Korea: associated with jealousy
- Thailand: associated with Monday on the Thai solar calendar. Anyone may wear yellow on Mondays, and anyone born on a Monday may adopt yellow as their color

Mythology:
- Hindu: has the power to influence intellect

Religion:
- Seven Deadly Sins: Greed, Yellow
- Buddhism: commonly used in conjunction with red, orange, and brown by the monks. The Buddha wore yellow rodes after Enlightenment.

Sexuality:
- China: yellow movie refers to a pornographic film

Military
- United States Army: color of cavalry - cavalry uniforms often include a yellow stripe down the side of each leg

Symbols:
- Yellow flag indicates a quarantine
- In International maritime signal flags a yellow flag denotes the letter "Q". It also means a ship asserts that she does not need to be Quarantined
- In some countries, taxicabs are commonly yellow
- In Canada and the United States, school buses are almost uniformly painted a yellow color for purposes of visibility and safety
- "Caterpillar yellow" and "high-visibility yellow" are used for highway construction equipment
- In the rules of the road, yellow is a traffic light signal warning that the period in which passage is permitted is coming to an end

Mysticism
- In a system called the Seven Rays which classifies humans into seven different metaphysical personality types, the fourth ray of harmony through conflict is represented by the color yellow.
- Used to symbolically represent the third (Manipura) chakra
- Psychics who claim to be able to observe the aura with their third eye report that someone with a yellow aura is typically someone whose occupation requires intellectual acumen

4. Companies/Brands</u>
- Midas
- McDonalds
- Stanley Tools

5. Varieties</u>
Pigments:
- Cadmium Yellow
- Chrome yellow
- Gamboge
- Indian Yellow
- Naples Yellow
- Orpiment
- Titanium Yellow
- Yellow ochre

Shades:
- Amber
- Apricot
- Beige
- Buff
- Chartreuse yellow
- Corn
- Cream
- Dark Goldenrod
- Ecru
- Flax
- Gamboge
- Golden
- Goldenrod
- Golden yellow
- Golden poppy
- Green-yellow
- Khaki
- Lemon
- Lemon Chiffon
- Lime
- Metallic Gold
- Mustard
- Navajo white
- Old Gold
- Olive
- Papaya whip
- Peach-yellow
- Pear
- Saffron
- School bus yellow
- Selective yellow
- Tangerine yellow
A culmination of my research for Color Theory at SCAD.
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1. General</u>
- Combination of red and white
- Hex triplet: #FFC0CB
- sRGB: 255, 192, 203

2. Psychology</u>
- Encourages action and confidence
- Has been used in prison holding cells to effectively reduce erratic behavior
- Stimulate energy and can increase the blood pressure, respiration, heartbeat, and pulse rate

3. Found In…</u>
Culture:
- Japan: masculine association
- Western: articles of clothing for female infants

Religion:
- Christianity: signifies happiness and joy in Catholicism

Holidays:
- Valentine’s Day: in combination with the colors red, pink, and/or magenta

Sexuality:
- Often used to represent homosexuality
- Japan: pink move refers to a pornographic film

Symbols:
- Internationally recognized symbol of hope and awareness in the fight against breast cancer

4. Companies/Brands</u>
- Mary Kay    
- T-Mobile
- Thomas Pink
- Victoria’s Secret
- Pepto-Bismol
- Owens Corning Insulation

5. Varieties</u>
Shades:
- Amaranth
- Amaranth pink
- Brink pink
- Carmine pink
- Carnation
- Cerise
- Cherry Blossom pink
- Coral pink
- Dark pink
- Deep pink
- Deep Carmine pink
- French rose
- Fuchsia
- Fuchsia pink
- Hollywood Cerise
- Hot pink
- Hot Magenta
- Japanese pink
- Lavender pink
- Lavender rose
- Light Thulian pink
- Magenta
- Medium pink
- Persian pink
- Persian Rose
- Puce
- Rose
- Rose pink
- Salmon pink
- Shocking pink
- Tea Rose
- Thulian pink
- Ultra pink

- Pale Pink *see Red: (#FADADD) (250, 218, 221)

- Pastel Pink *see Red: (#FFD1DC) (255, 209, 220)

- Nadeshiko Pink *see Red: (#F6ADC6) (246, 173, 198); also known as Cherry Blossom Pink

- Bright Pink *see Red: (#FF0080) (255, 0, 128)

- Amaranth *see Red: (#E52B50) (229, 43, 80); between red and rose; represents the flower of the amaranth plant
- Pale Amaranth pink: (#DDBEC3) (221, 190, 195)
- Bright Amaranth pink: (#FF355E) (255, 53, 94); also known as Radical red
- Amaranth Magenta: (#ED3CCA) (237, 60, 202)
- Amaranth Cerise: (#CD2682) (205, 38, 130)
- Amaranth Purple (#AB274F) (171, 39, 79)
- Amaranth Deep Purple (#9F2B68) (159, 43, 104)

- Amaranth pink: (#F19CBB) (241, 156, 187)

- Brink Pink *see Red: (#FB607F) (251, 96, 127)

- Carmine pink *see Red: (#EB4C42) (235, 76, 66)
- Light Carmine Pink *see Red: (#E66761) (230, 103, 97)

- Deep Carmine Pink *see Red: (#EF3038) (239, 48, 36)

- Carnation: (#F95A61) (249, 90, 97); resembles the flower of a carnation plant

- Cerise *see Red, Violet: (#DE3163) (218, 49, 99); comes from the French word meaning “cherry”
- Vivid Cerise: (: #DA1D81) ( 218, 29, 129)
- Amaranth Cerise (: #CD2682) ( 205, 38, 130)
- Deep Cerise: (: #DA3287) ( 218, 50, 135)
- Hollywood Cerise: (: #F400A1) ( 244, 0, 161)

- Cherry Blossom Pink: (#F6ADC6) (246, 173, 198); also known as Nadeshiko Pink

- Coral Pink *see Red: (#F88379) (248, 131, 121)

- Dark pink *see Red: (#E75480) (231, 84, 128); darker, desaturated shade of pink

- Deep Pink *see Red: (#FF1493) (255, 20, 147)

- French Rose*see Red: (#F64A8A) (246, 74, 138)

- Fuchsia *see Red, Violet: (#FF00FF) (255, 0, 255); named after the flower of the fuchsia plant; used as an alias for electric magenta
- Light Fuchsia Pink: (#F984EF) (249, 132, 229); also known as Pale Magenta
- Fashion Fuchsia: (#F400A1) (244, 0, 161); also known as Hollywood Cerise
- Deep Fuchsia: (#C154C1) (193, 84, 193)
- Fandango: (#B55489) (184, 84, 137)
- Royal Fuchsia: (#CA2C92) (202, 44, 146)

- Fuchsia Pink *see Red: (#FF77FF) (255, 119,255); also known as Light Magenta

- Hollywood cerise *see Red: (#F400A1) (244, 0, 161); also known as Fashion Fuchsia

- Hot Pink *see Red: (#FF69B4) (255, 105, 180)

- Hot Magenta *see Red: (#FF0090) (255, 0, 144); from 1890; also known as Process Magenta

- Japanese Pink: (#F8A1E6) (248, 161, 230)

- Lavender Pink *see Violet: (#FBAED2) (251, 174, 210)

- Lavender Rose *see Red, Violet: (#FBA0E3) (251, 160, 227)

- Light Thulian Pink: (#E68FAC) (230, 143, 172)

- Magenta * see Red, Violet: (#FF00FF) (255, 0, 255); color between purple and red; from 1990; also known as Fuchsia
- Rich Magenta: (#CA1F7B) (202, 31, 123); from 1860
- Process Magenta: (#FF0090) (255, 0, 144); from 1890

- Medium Pink *see Red: (#FFB6C1) (255, 182, 193)

- Persian Pink: (#F77FBE) (247, 127, 190)

- Persian Rose *see Red: (#FE28A2) (254, 40, 162)

- Puce *see Red: (#CC8899) (204, 136, 153); considered a brownish-purple; French word meaning “flea” and refers to the insect when squashed

- Rose *see Red, Violet: (#FF007F) (255, 0, 127); color halfway between red and magenta
- Misty Rose: (#FFE4E1) (255, 228, 225)
- Brilliant Rose: (#FF55A3) (255, 85, 163)
- American Rose: (#FF033E) (255, 3, 62)
- Dogwood Rose: (#D71868) (215, 24, 104); also known as Georgian Rose
- Raspberry Rose: (#B3446C) (179, 68, 108)
- Rose Quartz: (#AA98A9) (170, 152, 169)
- Old Rose: (#C08081) (192, 46, 76)
- Rose Gold: (#B76E79) (183, 110, 121)
- Copper Rose: (#996666) (153, 102, 102)
- Rose Taupe: (#905D5D) (144, 93, 93)
- Rose Ebony: (#674846) (103, 76, 71)

- Rose Pink*see Red: (#FF66CC) (255, 102, 204)

- Salmon pink *see Orange: (#FF91A4) (255, 145, 164); range of pale pinkish-orange to light orange colors; named after the color of the salmon fish
- Light Salmon Pink: (#FF9999) (255, 153, 153)
- Light Salmon: (#FFA07A) (255, 160, 122)
- Medium Salmon: (#FF8C69) (255, 140, 105)
- Salmon: (#FA8072) (250, 128, 114)
- Dark Salmon *see Orange: (#E9967A) (233, 150, 122)

- Shocking Pink *see Red: (#FC0FC0) (252, 15, 192); also know as Neon Pink

- Tea Rose *see Red: (#F88379) (248, 131, 121)

- Thulian Pink: (#DE6FA1) (222, 111, 161)
A culmination of my research for Color Theory at SCAD.
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1. General</u>
- Combination of all colors of the visible light spectrum
- Hex triplet: #FFFFFF
- sRGB: 255, 255, 255

2. Psychology</u>
- Aids mental clarity
- Encourages us to clear clutter or obstacles
- Evokes purification of thoughts or actions
- Enables fresh beginnings

3. Found In…</u>
Culture:
- Africa: color of mourning
- Ancient China: is one of the main five classical colors; symbol of metal, autumn, west
- China: color of mourning
- India: mourning, peace, purity
- Japan: traditional color worn by brides
- Thailand: associated with Sunday on the Thai solar calendar. Anyone may wear red on Sundays, and anyone born on a Sunday may adopt red as their color

Religion:
- Christianity: white lily represents the Madonna

Holidays:
- Christmas: along with green, red, gold, and silver

Military:
- White flag universally recognized as a symbol of truce

Symbols:
- White rose represents innocence

4. Companies/Brands</u>

5. Varieties</u>
Shades:
- Cream
- Cosmic latte
- Ivory
- Magnolia
- Old Lace
- Seashell

- Cream *see Yellow: (#FFFDD0) (255, 253, 208); color of the cream produced by cattle grazing on natural pasture

- Cosmic latte: (#FFF8E7) (255, 248, 231)

- Ivory: (#FFFFF0) (255, 255, 240); resembles teeth and tusks of animals

- Magnolia: (#F8F4FF) (248, 244, 255)

- Old Lace: (#FDF5E6) (253, 245, 230)

- Seashell: (#FFF5EE) (255, 245, 238)
A culmination of research for Color Theory at SCAD.
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1. General</u>
- Any of a number of similar colors evoked by light consisting predominantly of the shortest wavelengths of light discernible by the human eye
- Subtractive secondary
- Complementary to yellow (subtractive color)
- Wavelength: 380-420 nm
- Hex triplet: #EE82EE
- sRGB: 238, 130, 238

2. Psychology</u>

3. Found In…</u>
Art:
- In Chinese painting, the color violet represents the harmony of the universe because it is a combination of red (yang) and blue (yin)

Culture:
- Egypt: denotes virtue and faith
- Iran: color of what is to come. A sun or moon that looks purple during an eclipse is an omen of bloodshed within the year
- Japan: signifies wealth and position
- Thailand: worn by a widow mourning her husband's death
- Tibet: amethyst is considered to be sacred to Buddha and rosaries are often fashioned from it
- Tudor Britain: color of mourning, as well as the color of religious fervor
- Ukraine: traditional form of egg dying, purple speaks of fasting, faith, patience, and trust

Religion:
- Seven Deadly Sins: Pride, Horse
- Christianity: associated with Advent and Lent. In Roman Catholic tradition priests were purple vestments before performing Reconciliation
- New Age: associated with the deity Saint Germain
- Wiccan

Sexuality:
- Today the color violet is also known as a "pride" color among the gay community

Mysticism
- Used to symbolically represent the seventh (Sahasrara) chakra
- Psychics who claim to be able to observe the aura with their third eye report that someone with a violet aura is a forward looking visionary

4. Companies/Brands</u>

5. Varieties</u>
Shades:
- Amethyst
- Cerise
- Eggplant
- Fuchsia
- Heliotrope
- Indigo
- Lavender
- Lavender blush
- Lavender grey
- Lavender rose
- Lilac
- Magenta
- Mauve
- Mountbatten pink
- Orchid
- Palatinate purple
- Persian indigo
- Purple
- Red-violet
- Rose
- Thistle
- Violet-eggplant
- Wisteria

- Cerise *see Red, Pink : (#DE3163) (218, 49, 99); comes from the French word meaning “cherry”
- Vivid Cerise: (#DA1D81) (218, 29, 129)
- Amaranth Cerise (#CD2682) (205, 38, 130)
- Deep Cerise: (#DA3287) (218, 50, 135)
- Hollywood Cerise: (#F400A1) (244, 0, 161)

- Eggplant: (#990066) (153, 0, 102); popular among graphic designers in Europe; also known as Aubergine

- Fuchsia *see Red, Pink: (#FF00FF) (255, 0, 255); named after the flower of the fuchsia plant; used as an alias for electric magenta
- Light Fuchsia Pink: (#F984EF) (249, 132, 229); also known as Pale Magenta
- Fuchsia Pink *see Red, Pink: (#FF77FF) (255, 119,255); also known as Light Magenta
- Fashion Fuchsia: (#F400A1) (244, 0, 161); also known as Hollywood Cerise
- Deep Fuchsia: (#C154C1) (193, 84, 193)
- Fandango: (#B55489) (184, 84, 137)
- Royal Fuchsia: (#CA2C92) (202, 44, 146)

- Heliotrope: (#DF73FF) (223, 115, 255); pink-purple tint; represents the flower

- Indigo *see Blue: (#4B0082) (75, 0, 130)
- Electric Indigo: (#6600FF) (102, 0, 255)
- Deep Indigo: (#8A2BE2) (138, 43, 226); also known as Blue Violet
- Indigo Dye: (#00416A) (0, 65, 106)

- Lavender: (#B57EDC) (181, 126, 220)
- Lavendula: (#E6E6FA) (230, 230, 250); also known as Vietnamese Lavender
- Languid Lavender: (#D6CADD) (214, 202, 221)
- Pale Lavender: (#DCD0FF) (220, 208, 255); also known as Light Mauve
- Lavender Blue *see Blue: (#CCCCFF) (204, 204, 255); also known as Periwinkle
- Pastel Lavender *see Red: (#E0B0FF) (224, 176, 255); also known as Mauve
- Light Lavender: (#C9A0DC) (201, 160, 220); also known as Wisteria
- Lavender Pink *see Pink: (#FBAED2) (251, 174, 210)
- Brilliant Lavender: (#F4BBFF) (249, 192, 255)
- Lavender Magenta: (#EE82EE) (238, 130, 238)
- Medium Lavender: (#CF71AF) (207, 113, 175); also called Sky Magenta
- Bright Lavender: (#BF94E4) (191, 148, 228)
- Rich Lavender: (#A76BCF) (170, 97, 204)

- Lavender blush: (#FFF0F5) (255, 240, 245)

- Lavender grey: (#BDBBD7) (189, 187, 215)
- Medium Lavender Grey: (#C8A2C8) (200, 162, 200); also known as Lilac

- Lavender Rose *see Red, Pink: (#FBA0E3) (251, 160, 227)

- Lilac: (#C8A2C8) (200, 162, 200); also known as Medium Lavender Grey
- Deep Lilac: (#9955BB) (153, 85, 187)

- Magenta * see Red, Pink: (#FF00FF) (255, 0, 255); color between purple and red; from 1990; also known as Fuchsia
- Rich Magenta: (#CA1F7B) (202, 31, 123); from 1860
- Process Magenta: (#FF0090) (255, 0, 144); from 1890

- Mauve *see Red: (#E0B0FF) (224, 176, 255); also known as Pastel Lavender
- Light Mauve: (#DCD0FF) (220, 208, 255); also known as Pale Lavender
- Opera Mauve: (#B784A7) (183, 132, 167)
- Mauve Taupe *see Brown: (#915F6D) (145, 95, 109)

- Mountbatten pink: (#997A8D) (153, 122, 141)

- Mulberry: (#C54B8C) (197, 75, 140); color of pie or jam

- Orchid: (#DA70D6) (218, 112, 214); light shade of purple; originates from the flower

- Palatinate purple: (#682860) (104, 40, 96)

- Persian indigo: (#32127A) (50, 18, 122)

- Purple : (#3E2F8E) (62, 47, 132)
- Tyrian Purple: (#66023C) (102, 2, 60)
- Royal Purple: (#6B3FA0) (107, 63, 160)
- Electric Purple: (#BF00FF) (191, 0, 255)
- Medium Purple: (#9370DB) (147, 112, 219)
- Psychedelic Purple: (#DD00FF) (221, 0, 255)
- Deep Purple: (#BB00CC) (139, 0, 204)
- Pansy Purple: (#78184A) (120, 24, 74)
- Tokyo Purple: (#5A004A) (90, 0, 70)
- Purple Mountain Majesty: (#9678B6) (150, 120, 182)

- Red-violet *see Red: (#C71585) (199, 21, 133); between hues magenta and red
- Electric Red-violet: (#C400FF) (191, 0, 255)
- Medium Red-violet: (#BB3385) (187, 151, 133)
- Pale Red-violet: (#DB7093) (219, 112, 147)

- Rose *see Red, Pink: (#FF007F) (255, 0, 127); color halfway between red and magenta
- Misty Rose: (#FFE4E1) (255, 228, 225)
- Tea Rose *see Red, Pink: (#F88379) (248, 131, 121)
- Rose Pink*see Red, Pink: (#FF66CC) (255, 102, 204)
- Brilliant Rose: (#FF55A3) (255, 85, 163)
- Brink Pink *see Pink: (#FB607F) (251, 96, 127)
- French Rose*see Red, Pink: (#F64A8A) (246, 74, 138)
- American Rose: (#FF033E) (255, 3, 62)
- Persian Rose: (#FE28A2) (254, 40, 162)
- Dogwood Rose: (#D71868) (215, 24, 104); also known as Georgian Rose
- Raspberry Rose: (#B3446C) (179, 68, 108)
- Rose Quartz: (#AA98A9) (170, 152, 169)
- Old Rose: (#C08081) (192, 46, 76)
- Rose Gold: (#B76E79) (183, 110, 121)
- Copper Rose: (#996666) (153, 102, 102)
- Rose Taupe *see Brown: (#905D5D) (144, 93, 93)

- Thistle: (#D8BFD8) (216, 191, 216); resembles the plant; close to Wisteria

- Ube: (#8878C3) (136, 120, 195); interior of an Okinawan yam
- Bright Ube: (#D19FE8) (209, 159, 232)
- Halaya Ube: (#663854) (102, 56, 84)

- Wisteria: (#C9A0DC) (201, 160, 220); also known as Light Lavender
A culmination of my research for Color Theory at SCAD.
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1. General</u>
- Any of a number of similar colors occurring between blue and red; this color is sometimes confused with the more narrowly-defined spectracl color violet
- Hex triplet: #800080
- sRGB: 128, 0, 128

2. Purple versus Violet</u>
- The color terms purple and violet cause confusion for many people, and they are often used interchangeably in casual conversation. Technically, purple when used as a general term in its most general sense is the name of the color group of many related colors such as violet, red-violet, heliotrope, lavender, mauve, magenta, rose, indigo and lilac. Indigo is a blue-purple; lilac is a light purple; mauve is between the two.
Violet is a spectral color of a shorter wavelength than blue, while purple is a combination of red and blue light. The purples are colors on the color wheel that are not spectral colors – purples are extraspectral color. In fact, purple was not present on Newton's color wheel (which went directly from violet to red), though it is present on modern ones. There is no such thing as the "wavelength of purple light"; it only exists as a combination. Also, violet light varies solely by wavelength, while purple varies by the proportion of red to blue light.

3. Psychology</u>
- Uplifts
- Calms the mind
- Offers a sense of spirituality
- Encourages creativity

4. Found In…</u>
Art:
- In Chinese painting, the color purple represents the harmony of the universe because it is a combination of red (yang) and blue (yin)

Culture:
- Egypt: denotes virtue and faith
- Iran: color of what is to come. A sun or moon that looks purple during an eclipse is an omen of bloodshed within the year
- Japan: signifies wealth and position
- Thailand: worn by a widow mourning her husband's death
- Tibet: amethyst is considered to be sacred to Buddha and rosaries are often fashioned from it
- Tudor Britain: color of mourning, as well as the color of religious fervor
- Ukraine: traditional form of egg dying, purple speaks of fasting, faith, patience, and trust

Religion:
- Seven Deadly Sins: Pride, Horse
- Christianity: associated with Advent and Lent. In Roman Catholic tradition priests were purple vestments before performing Reconciliation
- New Age: associated with the deity Saint Germain
- Wiccan

Sexuality:
- Today the color purple is also known as a "pride" color among the gay community

Mysticism
- Used to symbolically represent the seventh (Sahasrara) chakra
- Psychics who claim to be able to observe the aura with their third eye report that someone with a violet aura is a forward looking visionary

5. Companies/Brands</u>
- Yahoo!
- Nexium
- 80’s Purple
- Crown Royal
- Purple Labs
- Purple Consultancy

6. Varieties</u>
Shades:
- Amethyst
- Cerise
- Eggplant
- Fuchsia
- Heliotrope
- Indigo
- Lavender
- Lavender blush
- Lavender grey
- Lavender rose
- Lilac
- Magenta
- Mauve
- Mountbatten pink
- Orchid
- Palatinate purple
- Persian indigo
- Red-violet
- Rose
- Thistle
- Violet
- Violet-eggplant
- Wisteria
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1. General</u>
- Any of a number of similar colors evoked by light consisting somewhat of the midle wavelengths of light discernible by the human eye
- Additive primary and subtractive seconday
- Complementary to magenta (additive light); complementary to red (subtractive color)
- Wavelength: 520-570 nm
- Hex triplet: #00FF00
- sRGB: 0, 255, 0

2. Psychology</u>
- Sickness
- Soothes
- Relaxes mentally, as well as physically
- Helps alleviate depression, nervousness, and anxiety
- Offers a sense of renewal, self-control, and harmony

3. Found In…</u>
Culture:
- Worldwide color used to represent safety
- China: jade stones represent virtue and beauty
- Ghardaia: houses painted in green indicate that the inhabitants have made a pilgrimage to Mecca
- Iran: sacred color where is symbolizes paradise
- Ireland: represents the vast green hillsides and St. Patrick
- Islam: considered traditional color because of its association with nature
- Japan: regarded as the color of eternal life
- Portugal: color of hope because of its associations with spring
- Scotland: mark of honor

Mythology:
- The god of fertility in Celtic myths was associated with green

Religion:
- Seven Deadly Sins: Envy, Dog
- In several religions, green is the color associated with resurrection and regeneration
- Christianity: in the Roman Catholic church, green is a traditional color of the sacred science of canon law. Also, Roman Catholic clergy wear green vestments at liturgical celebrations during Ordinary Time. In the Eastern Catholic Church, green is the color of Pentecost

Holidays:
- Christmas: along with red, white, gold, and silver. Christmas trees are green
- St. Patrick’s Day: shamrocks. Leprachauns were green

Finance:
- In North American stock markets, green is used to denote a rise in stock prices. In East Asian stock markets, red is used to denote a drop in stock prices

Symbols:
- Green is one color that means "low" or "guarded" in the color-coded threat system

Mysticism
- In a system called the Seven Rays which classifies humans into seven different metaphysical personality types, the third ray of creative intelligence is represented by the color green.
- Used to symbolically represent the fourth (Anahata) chakra
- Psychics who claim to be able to observe the aura with their third eye report that someone with a green aura is typically someone whose occupation relates to health

4. Companies/Brands</u>
- BP
- Heineken
- Starbucks
- H&R Block
- John Deere
- Rolling Rock
- The Masters Golf Tournament

5. Varieties</u>
Pigments:
- Charleston green
- Chartreuse
- Cobalt green
- Emerald green
- Malachite
- Sap green
- Glauconite
- Verdigris
- Viridian

Shades:
- Asparagus
- Bright green
- British racing green
- Camouflage green
- Celadon
- Chartreuse
- Chartreuse yellow
- Emerald
- Fern green
- Forest green
- Gray-asparagus
- Green-yellow
- Green in Islam
- Harlequin
- Hunter green
- Jade
- Jungle green
- Kelly green
- Lime
- Lime pulp
- Moss green
- Myrtle
- Office green
- Olive
- Olive drab
- Pear
- Persian green
- Pine green
- Sea green
- Shamrock green
- Spring bud
- Spring green
- Swamp green
- Tea green

- Charleston green: (#232B2B) (35, 43, 43)

- Chartreuse: (#7FFF00) (127, 255, 0)

- Emerald green: (#50C878) (80, 200, 120); particularly light and bright, with a faint bluish cast; derived from the typical appearance of the gemstone

- Sap green: (#507D2A) (80, 125, 42); traditionally made of unripe blackthorn berries

- Viridian: (#40826D) (64, 130, 109); dark shade of Spring Green

- Asparagus: (#7BA05B)

- Bright green: (#66FF00) (102, 255, 0)

- British racing green: (0, 51, 0); also called Hunter and Forest Green

- Camouflage green: (#78866B) (120, 134, 107); gray-green; sometimes known as military green

- Celadon: (#ACE1AF) (172, 225, 175); pigment in a specific style of East Asian pottery

- Chartreuse yellow *see Yellow: (#DFFF00) (223, 255, 0); named after Chartreuse liqueur

- Fern green: (#4F7942) (79, 121, 66)

- Forest green: (#228B22) (34, 139, 34)

- Gray-asparagus: (#465945) (70, 89, 69)

- Green-yellow *see Yellow: (#ADFF2F) (173, 255, 47); mixture of the colors green and yellow

- Green in Islam : (#009900) (00, 153, 0); used in the Flag of the Organization of the Islamic Conference

- Harlequin: (#3FFF00) (63, 255, 0)

- Hunter green: (#355E3B) (53, 94, 59)

- Jade: (#00A86B) (0, 169 107); saturated, slightly bluish green; name comes from the stone

- Jungle green: (#29AB87) (41, 171, 135)
- Tropical Rain Forest: (#00755E) (0, 117, 94)
- Deep Jungle Green: (#004B49) (0, 75, 73)
- Medium Jungle Green: (#1C352D) (28, 53, 45)
- Dark Jungle Green: (#1A2421) (26, 36, 33)

- Kelly green: (#4CBB17) (0, 160, 0); mix of equal parts of cyan and yellow

- Lime *see Yellow: (#BFFF00) (191, 255, 0); combination of 75% yellow and 25% green; named after the citrus fruit
- Electric Lime: (#CCFF00) (204, 255, 0)

- Lime Green *see Yellow: (#32CD32) (50, 205, 50)

- Moss green: (#ADDFAD) (173, 223, 173); hazy grey-green; close to earth tone

- Myrtle: (#21421E) (33, 66, 30); slightly darker than Fern Green

- Office green: (#008000) (0, 128, 0)

- Olive *see Yellow: (#808000) (128, 128, 0); darker yellowish-green color; typically seen on green olives; formed by adding black to yellow

- Olive drab: (#6B8E23) (107, 142, 35); Olive shaded green

- Pear *see Yellow: (#D1E231) (209, 226, 49); desaturated yellowish green; resembles the color of Anjou pears

- Persian green: (#00A693) (0, 166, 147); named for the green color in Persian pottery

- Pine green: (#01796F) (1, 121, 111)

- Sea green: (#2E8B57) (46, 139, 87); resembles sea floor as seen from the surface

- Spring bud: (#A7FC00) (167, 252, 0)
- Pale Spring bud: (#ECEBBD) (236, 235, 189)
- Medium Spring bud: (#C9DC89) (202, 220, 137)
- June bud: (#BDDA57) (189, 218, 87)

- Spring green: (#00FF7F) (0, 255, 127)
- Medium Spring Green: (#00FA9A) (0, 250, 154)

- Tea green: (#D0F0C0) (208, 240, 192)
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1. General</u>
- Any of a number of similar colors evoked by light consisting of one of the shortest wavelengths of light discernible by the human eye
- Additive and subtractive primary
- Complementary to yellow (additive light); complementary to orange (subtractive color)
- Wavelength: 440-490 nm
- Hex triplet: #0000FF
- sRGB: 0, 0, 255

2. Psychology</u>
- Calms, sedates, cools
- Aids intuition
- Sadness, tranquility
- Trustworthy, dependable, committed

3. Found In…</u>
Culture:
- Blue is the color formerly used by the street gang Crips
- Least "gender specific" color, having equal appeal to both men and women
- Ancient China: is one of the main five classical colors; symbol of wood, spring, east
- Ancient Egypt: color of truth
- Aztec: symbolizes sacrifice
- China: color of good luck and success, and is used for decoration and wedding attire. Money in is traditionally given in red packets. Stock market gains are displayed in red, while losses are in green- German: word for blue is used for “drunk”
- Greece: believed to ward off “the evil eye”
- India: paintings of the god Krishna often depict him as having blue skin
- Iran: sacred color where it symbolizes paradise
- Japan: word indicates innocence and inexperience
- Mexico: color of mourning
- Scandinavia: expression used for people who are easliy tricked
- Thailand: associated with Friday on the Thai solar calendar. Anyone may wear blue on Fridays, and anyone born on a Friday may adopt blue as their color
- West: articles of clothing for male infants

Religion:
- Seven Deadly Sins: Lust; Cow/Bull
- Seven Deadly Sins: Sloth; Goat (light blue)
- Christianity: The inside of the open dome in Eastern Christian Churches is painted blue to give the impression of looking up into the heavens. During the European Renaissance, artists began painting Hell and specifically the Devil blue to convey the coldness of being distant from God. Blue is traditionally associated with the virtue, faith. In Roman Catholic tradition it is associated with the Virgin Mary.
- Hinduism: persons of a transcendental, or divine nature are displayed as being blue in colour to indicate their dark complexion
- Judaism: In the Torah, the Israelites were commanded to put fringes, tzitzit, on the corners of their garments, and to weave within these fringes a “twisted thread of blue.” Maimonides claimed that this blue was the colour of “the clear noonday sky”; Rashi, the colour of the evening sky. According to several rabbinic sages, blue is the colour of God’s Glory. Staring at this colour aids in mediation, bringing us a glimpse of the “pavement of sapphire, like the very sky for purity,” which is a likeness of the Throne of God.

Sexuality:
- West: blue movie refers to a pornographic film

Symbols:
- Associated with water
- Associated with cold, ice, snow, winter
- Denotes injury since it is the color of a bruise
- Denotes the working class
- Law enforcement and uniformed police
- Post office mailboxes are typically blue in the United States
- Symbolize honesty and trustworthiness
- South pacific countries: was often associated with scabies. More recently, wearing blue is considered a mark of shame because of its scabies associated heritage

Mysticism:
- In a system called the Seven Rays which classifies humans into seven different metaphysical personality types, the first ray of will-power is represented by the color blue.
- Used to symbolically represent the fifth (Vishuddha) chakra
- Psychics who claim to be able to observe the aura with their third eye report that someone with a blue aura is typically someone whose occupation is in social service work

4. Companies/Brands</u>
- IBM     
- Ford     
- Pepsi     
- Intel     
- Ford
- The GAP    
- Tiffany & Co.     
- Blue Cross Blue Shield

5. Varieties</u>
Pigments:
- Azurite
- Cerulean blue
- Cobalt blue
- Prussian blue

Shades:
- Alice blue
- Azure
- Baby blue
- Cerulean
- Cerulean blue
- Cobalt blue
- Columbia blue
- Cornflower blue
- Dark blue
- Denim
- Dodger blue
- Indigo
- Light blue
- Midnight blue
- Navy blue
- Periwinkle
- Persian blue
- Powder blue
- Prussian blue
- Royal blue
- Sapphire
- Steel blue
- Ultramarine
- International Klein blue

- Cerulean blue: (#2A52BE) (42, 82, 190)

- Cobalt blue: (#0047AB) (0, 71, 171); historically made using cobalt salts

- Prussian blue: (#003153) (0, 49, 83)

- Alice blue: (#F0F8FF) (240, 248, 255); light blue-grey; favored by Alice Roosevelt

- Azure: (#007FFF) (0, 127, 255); resembles the sky

- Baby blue: (#E0FFFF) (224, 255, 255)

- Cerulean: (#007BA7) (0, 123, 167)

- Columbia blue : (#75B2DD) (117, 178, 221)

- Cornflower blue: (#6495ED) (100, 149, 237)

- Dark blue: (#00008B) (0, 0, 139)

- Denim: (#1560BD) (21, 96, 189)

- Dodger blue: (#1E90FF) (30, 144, 255)

- Indigo *see Violet: (#4B0082) (75, 0, 130)
- Electric Indigo: (#6600FF) (102, 0, 255)
- Deep Indigo: (#8A2BE2) (138, 43, 226); also known as Blue Violet
- Indigo Dye: (#00416A) (0, 65, 106)

- Light blue: (#ADD8E6) (173, 216, 230)

- Midnight blue: (#191970) (25, 25, 112)
- Dark Midnight Blue: (#003366) (0, 51, 102)

- Navy blue: (#000080) (0, 0, 128); sometimes mistaken for black

- Periwinkle *see Violet: (#CCCCFF) (204, 204, 255); desaturated indigo; also known as Lavender Blue

- Persian blue: (#1C39BB) (28, 57, 187); name from the color blue used in Persian pottery

- Powder blue: (#B0E0E6) (176, 224, 230)
- Dark Powder Blue: (#003399) (0, 51, 153)

- Royal blue: (#002366) (0, 35, 102); deep blue with a purple tinge

- Sapphire: (#082567) (8, 37, 103); refers to the gem

- Steel blue: (#4682B4) (70, 130, 180); commonly used in theatrical lighting

- Ultramarine: (#120A8F) (18, 10, 143)
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1. General</u>
- Describes an color between white and black
- Hex triplet: #808080
- sRGB: 128, 128, 128

2. Psychology</u>
- Unsettles
- Creates expectations

3. Found In…</u>
Culture:
- Representative of pessimism

Religion:
- Christianity: represents mourning and repentance

4. Companies/Brands</u>

5. Varieties</u>
Shades:
- Arsenic
- Bistre
- Black
- Charcoal
- Davy’s grey
- Feldgrau
- Liver
- Medium Taupe
- Pale Taupe
- Payne’s grey
- Purple Taupe
- Seal brown
- Silver
- Slate grey
- Taupe
- Taupe grey
- White

- Arsenic: (#3B444B) (59, 68, 75); color of the element

- Bistre *see Brown: (#3D2B1F) (61, 43, 31); made from soot

- Black: (#000000) (0, 0, 0)

- Charcoal: (#464646) (70, 70, 70)

- Davy’s grey: (#788878) (120, 136, 120); made from powdered slate

- Feldgrau: (#4D5D53) (77, 93, 83)

- Liver *see Brown: (#534B4F) (83, 75, 79); used to describe dogs and horses

- Medium Taupe *see Brown: (#674C47) (103, 67, 71)

- Pale Taupe *see Brown: (#BC987E) (188, 152, 126); also called mouse

- Payne’s grey: (#404048) (64, 64, 72)

- Purple Taupe *see Brown: (#50404D) (80, 64, 77)

- Seal brown *see Brown: (#321414) (50, 20, 20); dyed fur from the fur seal

- Silver: (#C0C0C0) (192, 192, 192); metallic shade resembling grey
- Pale Silver: (#C9C0BB) (201, 192, 187)

- Slate grey: (#708090) (112, 128, 144)

- Taupe *see Grey: (#483C32) (72, 60, 50); most popular color for leather sofas
- Mauve Taupe *see Violet: (#915F6D) (145, 95, 109)
- Rose Taupe *see Violet: (#905D5D) (144, 93, 93)

- Taupe Grey *see Brown: (#8B8589) (139, 133, 137)

- White: (#FFFFFF) (255, 255, 255)
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1. General</u>
- Occurs between red and yellow in the visible spectrum
- Subtractive secondary
- Complementary to blue (subtractive color)
- Wavelength: 585-620 nm
- Hex triplet: #FF7F00
- sRGB: 255, 127, 0

2. Psychology</u>
- Stimulates activity and appetite
- Encourages socialization and oxygen intake to the brain

3. Found In…</u>
Culture:
- China and Japan: color of happiness and love

Religion:
- Seven Deadly Sins: Gluttony, Pig
- India and Sri Lanka: represents Hinduism. Hindu gurus usually wear orange robes
- Northern Ireland: signifies Protestantism

Holidays:
- Halloween: because orange is the color of pumpkins
- Thanksgiving: in combination with the color brown

Military:
- United States Army: orange is the colour of the United States Army Signal Corps

Symbols:
- Contrasting colour of blue and is highly visible against a clear sky, so often used in safety
- Often used for visibility enhancement
- U.S. Department of Homeland Security's code orange on its terror threat scale represents a high risk, second highest to severe

Mysticism:
- In a system called the Seven Rays which classifies humans into seven different metaphysical personality types, the fifth ray of concrete science is represented by the color orange.
- Used to symbolically represent the second (Swadhisthana) chakra
- Psychics who claim to be able to observe the aura with their third eye report that someone with an orange aura is associated with intellectual ambition

4. Companies/Brands</u>
- Tropicana   
- Home Depot
- Orange Crush
- Orange Business Services

5. Varieties</u>
Shades:
- Amber
- Apricot
- Burnt orange
- Brown
- Coral
- Carrot orange
- Dark salmon
- Gamboge
- International orange
- Mahoganhy
- Orange Peel
- Orange (web)
- Peach
- Peach-orange
- Peach-yellow
- Pink-orange
- Persimmon
- Pumpkin
- Rust
- Safety orange
- Salmon
- Tangerine
- Tenné
- UNECE Amber
- Vermillion
- Persimmon
- Red-violet
- Rose
- Rust

- Amber *see Yellow: (#FFBF00) (255, 191, 0); orange-yellow color that got its name from the material known as amber
- UNECE Amber: (#FF7E00) (255, 126, 0)

- Apricot *see Yellow: (#FBCEB1) (251, 206, 177)
- Bright Apricot: (#FDD5B1) (253, 213, 177)

- Burnt orange: (#CC5500) (204, 85, 0); deep shade of orange

- Brown *see Brown: (#964B00) (150, 75, 0); derived from the orange part of the color spectrum (orange + grey)

- Coral *see Red: (#FF7F50) (255, 127, 80); represents the wide range of colors of the class cnidarians or corals
- Light Coral: (#F08080) (240, 128, 128)
- Coral Pink *see Pink: (#F88379) (248, 131, 121)
- Coral Red: (#FF4040) (255, 64, 64)

- Carrot orange: (#ED9121) (237, 145, 33); tint of orange that is the color of a raw carrot vegetable

- Dark Orange (web): (#FF8C00) (255, 140, 0)

- Dark Salmon *see Pink: (#E9967A) (233, 150, 122)

- Gamboge *see Yellow: (#EF9B0F) (228, 155, 18); rather transparent dark mustard yellow pigment

- International orange: (#FF4F00) (255, 79, 0); similar to safety orange, but deeper and with a more reddish hue

- Mahogany *see Brown: (192, 64, 0); approximately the color of wood; not a standard HTML color with a standardized RGB value
- Very Light Mahogany: (255, 190, 164)
- Light Mahogany: (221, 109, 91)
- Medium Mahogany: (209, 102, 84)
- Dark Mahogany: (157, 60, 39)
- Very Dark Mahogany:  (143, 57, 38)

- Orange Peel: (#FFA000) (155, 160, 0); color of the outer skin of a typical orange

- Orange (web): (#FFA500) (255, 165, 0)

- Peach: (#FFE5B4) (255, 229, 180); color that combines pink and orange colors; named after the pale color of the peach fruit
- Peach Puff: (#FFDAB9) (255, 28, 185)
- Deep Peach: (#FFCBA4) (244, 203, 164)

- Peach-Orange: (#FFCC99) (255, 204, 153)

- Peach-Yellow *see Yellow: (#FADFAD) (250, 223, 173); sometimes called “Difdred”

- Pink-orange: (#FF9966) (255, 153, 102); mix of colors pink and orange

- Persimmon *see Red: (#EC5800) (236, 88, 0); medium orange-red; closely resembles a ripe persimmon fruit

- Pumpkin: (#FF7518) (255, 117, 24); color that resembles pumpkins

- Rust *see Red, Brown: (#B7410E) (183, 65, 14); red-orange color resembling iron oxide; commonly used in stage lighting

- Safety orange: (#FF6600) (255, 102, 0)

- Salmon pink *see Pink: (#FF91A4) (255, 145, 164); range of pale pinkish-orange to light orange colors; named after the color of the salmon fish
- Light Salmon Pink: (#FF9999) (255, 153, 153)
- Light Salmon: (#FFA07A) (255, 160, 122)
- Medium Salmon: (#FF8C69) (255, 140, 105)
- Salmon: (#FA8072) (250, 128, 114)

- Tangerine: (#F28500) (243, 132, 0); shade of orange that is the color of tangerine fruit

- Tenné : (#CD5700) (205, 87, 0); stain orange-brown color

- Vermilion *see Red: (#E34234) (227, 66, 52); orange-red pigment; originally derived from the powdered mineral cinnabar; also known as China red
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