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Payne grey # Imagination

Parameters:
HEX Triplet:
#536878
RGB:
83, 104, 120
CMYK:
31, 13, 0, 53
HSL:
205.9°, 18.2%, 39.8%
Closest colors:
in PANTONE:
PANTONE 2376
in RAL Classic:
RAL 7031
in RAL Design:
RAL 260 40 15
in RAL Effect:
RAL 830-6
in NCS:
NCS S 5020-B
Mysterious Payne grey artifact - what could it be?
2023-05-31 Snargl 3 minutes 26 seconds
# General # Fashion # Imagination

Mysterious Payne grey artifact - what could it be?

Large shark with a light saber in its mouth is in the air above a body of water with a lightning bolt. Example of CMYK 31,13,0,53 color.
Green village with a green roof and a green sky with a full moon in the background. Example of CMYK 31,13,0,53 color.
Man standing in front of a tree with a strange eye on it's head. Color #536878.
Futuristic ship floating in a body of water near a mountain range with a boat in the water. Color #536878.
Payne grey is a dark blue-grey colour that was invented by the British painter William Payne in the late 18th century.

He used it as a substitute for black in his watercolour paintings, as he found it less intense and more versatile.

Payne grey is usually made by mixing blue, black, and sometimes red or yellow pigments.

The exact hue and tone of Payne grey can vary depending on the proportions and types of pigments used.

A mysterious Payne grey artifact could be a painting, a sculpture, a piece of pottery, a fabric, or any other object that has a Payne grey colour or motif.

It could be an ancient relic, a modern art piece, a scientific discovery, or a fictional creation.

The origin, meaning, and value of such an artifact would depend on its context, history, and purpose.

Some possible examples of Payne grey artifacts are:
  • A watercolour painting by William Payne himself, depicting a landscape with a stormy sky and a river.
    The painting could be a rare and valuable work of art, as Payne was one of the pioneers of watercolour techniques and influenced many other artists.
  • A ceramic vase from the Ming dynasty, decorated with a Payne grey glaze and floral patterns.
    The vase could be a precious and historical artifact, as Payne grey was one of the colours used by Chinese potters to create elegant and refined ceramics.
  • A meteorite that fell from the sky, containing a mineral that has a Payne grey colour.
    The meteorite could be a fascinating and scientific artifact, as Payne grey is a rare and unusual colour for a natural substance.
    The mineral could have unique properties and composition that could reveal new information about the origin and evolution of the solar system.
  • A novel by a famous author, featuring a character named Payne Grey, who is a mysterious and charismatic spy.
    The novel could be a popular and entertaining artifact, as Payne grey is a suitable name for a spy, implying stealth, mystery, and sophistication.
    The character could have a complex and intriguing personality and backstory that could captivate the readers.

Example of the palette with the Payne grey color

Picture with primary colors of Grullo, Onyx, Payne grey, Charcoal and Pale silver
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 3005-Y20R
NCS S 9000-N
NCS S 5020-B
NCS S 7005-R80B
NCS S 2002-Y50R
RAL Classic
RAL 1035
RAL 9005
RAL 7031
RAL 7026
RAL 7044
RAL Design
RAL 040 60 10
RAL 170 20 20
RAL 260 40 15
RAL 200 30 05
RAL 100 80 05
RAL Effect
RAL 780-5
RAL 790-5
RAL 830-6
RAL 750-6
RAL 850-1
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