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Parameters:
HEX Triplet:
#50c878
RGB:
80, 200, 120
CMYK:
60, 0, 40, 22
HSL:
140°, 52.2%, 54.9%
Closest colors:
in RGB:
Paris Green
in PANTONE:
PANTONE 7480
in RAL Classic:
RAL 6033
in RAL Design:
RAL 150 70 50
in RAL Effect:
RAL 220-1
What superhero can be dressed in Emerald? Mysterious Emerald artifact - what could it be?
2023-10-24 Snargl 5 minutes 52 seconds
# General # Fashion # Imagination # Design

What superhero can be dressed in Emerald?

Green robot standing in front of a city skyline with a green halo around it's head and wings. Example of CMYK 60,0,40,22 color.
Woman in a green bikini standing in the water with a waterfall behind her. Color RGB 80,200,120.
Woman in a green dress standing in front of a castle with a dragon on it's back. Color #50C878.

Example of the palette with the Emerald color

Picture with primary colors of Bistre, Light blue, Emerald, Fern green and Smoky black
Top 5 color shades of the illustration. Arranged in descending order of frequency of occurrence (first - more often, last - more rare).
See these colors in NCS, PANTONE, RAL palettes...
NCS (Natural Color System)
NCS S 8005-Y20R
NCS S 1020-B
NCS S 2050-G10Y
NCS S 5020-G10Y
NCS S 9000-N
RAL Classic
RAL 3007
RAL 9018
RAL 6033
RAL 6025
RAL 9005
RAL Design
RAL 080 20 10
RAL 240 80 15
RAL 150 70 50
RAL 130 50 40
RAL 170 20 20
RAL Effect
RAL 790-5
RAL 720-2
RAL 220-1
RAL 240-5
RAL 790-5
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Mysterious Emerald artifact - what could it be?

Emerald color. Green ball with a bunch of apples inside of it on a stand with a green background
Large amount of green rocks with dirt on them and a black patch of dirt on the ground in the middle. Color Emerald.
Cartoon character with green hair and a green outfit on a brown background. Example of Emerald color.
Emerald color example: Green glass bowl with water and leaves inside of it on a table top with a black background
A mysterious emerald artifact is a fascinating topic to explore.
There are many possible origins and meanings of such an object, depending on the culture, history, and mythology of the region where it was found.
Here are some examples of what an emerald artifact could be:
  • A symbol of power and wealth.
    Emeralds are rare and valuable gemstones that have been used as adornments and currency by many civilizations.
    An emerald artifact could be a sign of the status and influence of the person who owned it or the group who created it.
    For instance, the Mogul Emerald is a 217.8-carat emerald tablet that was carved with Islamic prayers and floral motifs in India in the 17th century.
    It was later sold to the Ottoman Empire and then to a private collector.

  • A relic of a lost civilization.
    Emeralds are often associated with ancient and mysterious cultures that have vanished or declined over time.
    An emerald artifact could be a remnant of their knowledge and achievements, or a clue to their secrets and mysteries.
    For example, the Emerald Tablet is a legendary artifact that is said to contain the secrets of alchemy and the creation of the philosopher's stone.
    It is believed to have been written by Hermes Trismegistus, a mythical figure who combined the wisdom of the Egyptian and Greek gods.

  • A magical or sacred object.
    Emeralds are also linked to various supernatural and spiritual phenomena, such as healing, protection, and prophecy.
    An emerald artifact could be a tool or a talisman that has special powers or functions, or a sacred object that is revered and worshipped by a certain faith or tradition.
    For example, the Emerald Buddha is a 66-centimeter tall statue of the Buddha that is made of green jade or jasper.
    It is considered the palladium of Thailand and is housed in the Wat Phra Kaew temple in Bangkok.

These are just some of the possible interpretations of what an emerald artifact could be.
Of course, the actual meaning and origin of such an object would depend on the context and evidence of its discovery.
An emerald artifact could also be a combination of different aspects, such as a powerful relic that is also sacred and magical.
The mystery and beauty of an emerald artifact make it a captivating subject for research and imagination.

Example of the palette with the Emerald color

Picture with primary colors of Emerald, Debian red, Persian pink, Dark pastel green and Platinum
Top 5 color shades of the illustration. Arranged in descending order of frequency of occurrence (first - more often, last - more rare).
See these colors in NCS, PANTONE, RAL palettes...
RAL Classic
RAL 6033
RAL 3018
RAL 3015
RAL 6038
RAL 9001
RAL Design
RAL 150 70 50
RAL 020 50 58
RAL 350 70 35
RAL 140 60 70
RAL 110 90 05
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