Friday, September 26, 2008
Thursday, September 18, 2008
This is the "Burberry classic check", which is composed of apricot, red, black and white. All colors are in high value, but low chroma. Apart from black and white, the other two hues are in related color scheme, since apricot is a tertiary color produced from red.
This is another famous Burberry check which is similar to the upper one: also composed of red, black, white but grey. Besides, their value is high and chroma is low too. However, apart from red, the other three colors are achromatic.
The final check is quite different from the previous two. It is composed of grape, orchid, cerise and white. These hues are in low value and chroma. In fact, this check is used an analogous color scheme as grape, orchid and cerise are produced from violet and red.
Although the colors of Burberry check look different, there is a common factor: low chroma and always contain red tone.
Saturday, September 13, 2008
In order to have a balance between my style and further analyses of color, I decided to have a simple and plain layout; either black or white. My last choice, black, is based on environmentally friendly reason. Someone told me that energy used by the screen is the least when dark color is shown. And I choose dark green as the sub-color since it can give natural feeling in which matches my original theme.
The pattern on top and the name of this Blogger have a strong Japanese feeling, just because I worship Japanese tradition and culture. There is a linkage between the name and the subtitle of my Blogger, which respond to my study: color.
I will try my best to translate my mind into English, my second language. I hope all I learn in Fashion English are uesful in writing this Blogger.