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Hah hah hah, doitto dekhle shobai voy peye ektu akromon kore. Bepar na eta. Apnar avatar er moto duita laal shing lagay ghurben shob shomoy taile r kono terrestrial animal apnake akromon korte shahosh korbe na... heh heh heh...
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Postby Tariq » Wed Oct 14, 2009 11:08 pm

smasif wrote:Q: Tariq bhai, Each and every color has meaning. like Red is for power, Blue is for Royal, Gray is for Sad something like that. So what do think that we should use color according to their meaning? describe your positive/negative opinion on this briefly.

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chhagol wrote:Hah hah hah, doitto dekhle shobai voy peye ektu akromon kore. Bepar na eta. Apnar avatar er moto duita laal shing lagay ghurben shob shomoy taile r kono terrestrial animal apnake akromon korte shahosh korbe na... heh heh heh...

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Shing pocket a niye ghurle pachhay ekta choter bosta o baindha nien. Gorute oikhanei beshi guta day...
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chhagol wrote:Shing pocket a niye ghurle pachhay ekta choter bosta o baindha nien. Gorute oikhanei beshi guta day...

baba bash oviggo dhaki ... ta kobar guta khisan ...
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Q: Tariq bhai, Each and every color has meaning. like Red is for power, Blue is for Royal, Gray is for Sad something like that. So what do think that we should use color according to their meaning? describe your positive/negative opinion on this briefly.

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Postby Tariq » Fri Oct 16, 2009 9:23 pm

smasif wrote:Q: Tariq bhai, Each and every color has meaning. like Red is for power, Blue is for Royal, Gray is for Sad something like that. So what do think that we should use color according to their meaning? describe your positive/negative opinion on this briefly.

Q: DD te kar kar kaj apnake truly inspire kore...


truly inspire kore... shobar kaj ... ashola shobar kasai sikhar kisu na kisu asa ...
but idea concept design color composition balance plasticity aesthetics eye catching power aigula bibachona korla PAGOL ar kaj amaka inspire kora ....
but creative dhikthaka inspair kora ... Manik N Ratan
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Tariq wrote:baba bash oviggo dhaki ... ta kobar guta khisan ...



Heh heh heh bole ki? Amar ekta laal goru achhe na? Oitay jokhon gutay tokhon ami pashei thaki...
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Q: Tariq bhai, Each and every color has meaning. like Red is for power, Blue is for Royal, Gray is for Sad something like that. So what do think that we should use color according to their meaning? describe your positive/negative opinion on this briefly.


Dear brother yes every color has meaning. I know most of the people knows about it specially the artist and designers. In this world lot of people and artist write about color. First I like to Wright some key point …
Color temperature
Color physiology
Color philosophy
It is important to know this thing. Color temperature is impotent for camera and light. In impressionism Artist Claude Monet created a painting name impression sunrise at 1873.
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This is the first painting where we first feel the impression of color. It is a millstone of art but have a look the Bison c. 15,000-12,000 BC bison length 77 in. (195 cm) Altamira, Spain. I think this is the first color and line impression and expression of Art.
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My friends I just like to ask u what do u think or learn or feel about those painting?
I learn the perfect color harmony – composition – simplicity – power and many more. Actually Art is a visual language and color is very important part of this pictorial language. So when u use perfect color for perfect place its make ur work more friendly/connect to the people. My friend just u think there is a abstract painting in front of u and the canvas is fully empty just look like a white board. Now u try to think why artist create it but do not try to think what ru understand. I think white color is a symbol of peace the symbol of light the symbol of freedom. That’s mean the painting give us the message of peace.
So the painting is a massager and its language is color – line – shape. As an artist or designer if u do not fluent in this language ur r an alien of Art world. So I always try to learn.

Common connotations

White

White is the color (or lack thereof) that represents purity, neutrality, sterility and youth. White is often associated with cleanliness or sterility. Doctors wear white to convey these attributes.[citation needed] White is also associated with neutrality — hence a white flag for surrender. For the same reason it is a neutral color that will continue to be the preferred backdrop on websites and the "color" behind the color.[3] In Western tradition the bride wears white, a custom dating back to Ancient Greece. There, the temple that was dedicated to the goddess Athene was made of white marble. It led to the linking of the color to virginity.[4]

White is known for symbolizing light, reverence, purity, truth, snow, peace, innocence, cleanliness, simplicity, security, humility, sterility, winter, coldness, surrender, fearfulness, unimaginative, air, death (in Eastern cultures), life, marriage (in Western cultures), hope, bland, empty (interior) and January (winter).

Black

Black is a multi-dimensional color that can mean classic or new. It has an ominous characteristic symbolizing death. Therefore it is used in Western cultures for funerals. It has an air of intelligence (graduation robes), marked with rebellion (the bad guy), shrouded in mystery (space). It typically symbolized absence, modernity, power, sophistication, formality, elegance, wealth, mystery, style, evil,(such as in films) death (in Western cultures), fear, emptiness, darkness, seriousness, conventionality, rebellion, anarchism, unity, sorrow, professionalism, and slimming quality (fashion).

Gray

Gray, somewhere between white (good) and black (evil), is a blasé color. It can symbolize elegance, humility, respect, reverence, stability, subtlety, wisdom, old age, pessimism, boredom, decay, decrepitude, dullness, pollution, urban sprawl, strong emotions, balance, neutrality, mourning, formality, and March.
Red

Red strikes a chord with more cultures than many other colors because of its intensity, passion and invocation of an inherent physiological response. Red is the color of celebration and good luck (China), purity and integrity (India), and mourning (South Africa). When used with a wide brush, red typically makes whatever it’s painted on look larger, whether it’s a torso or wingback chair. The color is bold and audacious, so it usually dilutes the colors around it. For this reason it’s used to accent and highlight objects of importance.

Studies show that red can have a physical effect, including increasing the rate of respiration, raising blood pressure and thus making the heart beat faster. Red is also said to make people hungry (McDonald's, Burgerville, corner cafés). The red ruby is the traditional 40th wedding anniversary gift. Red is also the color of the devil in modern Western culture.

Red typically symbolizes passion, strength, energy, fire, sex, love, romance, excitement, speed, heat, arrogance, ambition, leadership, masculinity, power, danger, gaudiness, blood, war, anger, revolution, radicalism, Communism, aggression, respect, martyrs, the Holy Spirit, conservatism (US politics), Liberalism (Canadian politics), wealth (China) and marriage (India).

Orange (colour)

Orange is energy, enthusiasm, 'get-it-done' attitude, and balance. It typically symbolizes Hinduism, Buddhism, happiness, energy, balance, heat, fire, enthusiasm, flamboyance, playfulness, aggression, arrogance, gaudiness, over-emotion, warning, danger, autumn, desire, Sagittarius (star sign), and September. Orange has less intensity or aggression than red and is calmed by the cheerfulness of yellow. Orange is symbolic of the Royal family of the Netherlands. As such, in the Netherlands, Orange symbolizes royalty, and as William of Orange was the Calvinist color, orange symbolizes protestantism, particularly in Ireland (Orange Order).

Yellow

Yellow echoes the dual nature of red. Though yellow evokes feelings of happiness, when we are confronted with too much yellow we become annoyed or angered. Yellow typically symbolizes sunlight, joy, happiness, earth, optimism, intelligence, idealism, wealth (gold), summer, hope, air, liberalism, cowardice, illness (quarantine), fear, hazards, dishonesty, avarice, weakness, greed, decay or aging, femininity, gladness, sociability, friendship, Gemini, Taurus, Leo (golden yellow, star signs), April, September, deceit, hazard signs, death (Middle Ages), mourning (as in Egypt and Frank Herbert's Dune), courage (Japan), and God (gold). Yellow ribbons were worn during times of warfare as a sign of hope as women waited for their men to return.

Green

Green says 'nature,' which explains why it is such a powerful symbol in the eco-friendly movement, as well as 'initiative' and 'wealth,' but just as it symbols good, the extremes of green are considered to be bad as in "green with envy" or its association with money which is sometimes deemed as "the root of all evil." It is a color that soothes the eyes and produces a calming effect when seen. This is likely due to the association with the greenery of nature. It’s also the color of spring, a time of rebirth and renewal. For companies providing a pampered escape, green is a color that will signify rejuvenation and energy for your brand.

Green symbolizes great intelligence, nature, spring, fertility, youth, environment, wealth, money (US), good luck, vigor, generosity, go, grass, aggression, coldness, jealousy, disgrace (China), illness, greed, Marijuana and drug culture,corruption (North Africa), life eternal, air, earth (classical element), sincerity, Cancer (bright green, star sign), renewal, natural abundance, growth, health, August, balance, harmony, stability, calming, creative intelligence, Islam, and the ordinary.

During the Middle Ages, both green and yellow were used to symbolize the devil. Green is believed to be the luckiest of colors in some western countries including Britain, Ireland and the US. It may also symbolize hope, spirit, life, precious, gem, gracious. While an association with green and forward motion or action may seem, at first blush, to make sense because of its association in the western world with the "go" traffic light, this association is not innate (green being a calming or soothing color) and is as a result of acculturation. Green for traffic signals was selected due to its ability to be seen well over distances and its high contrast with the colors used for stop (red) and caution (yellow).

Blue

The best color to wear to an interview is blue. Blue is non-threatening, yet confident and stable. Many police uniforms are blue because the color says confidence and security, while being non-threatening. Weightlifters have proven to lift heavier weights in blue rooms[citation needed]. With the good, there’s the bad. Blue can also signify depression. You’ve got the blues is a nod to this attribute.

Blue can symbolize seas, men, productive, interior, skies, peace, unity, harmony, tranquility, calmness, trust, coolness, confidence, conservatism, water, ice, loyalty, dependability, cleanliness, technology, winter, depression, coldness, idealism, air, wisdom, royalty, nobility, Earth (planet), Virgo (light blue), Pisces (pale blue) and Aquarius (dark blue, star sign), strength, steadfastness, light, friendliness, peace, mourning (Iran),[citation needed] truthfulness, love, liberalism (US politics), and conservatism (UK, Canadian & European politics). In many diverse cultures, blue is significant in religious beliefs. It is held to keep the bad spirits, stupidity and misfortune away.

Indigo

Indigo symbolizes spirituality and intuition. [5] In the Seven rays belief system, indigo is believed to represent both love and wisdom.

Violet (color)

Violet symbolizes magic. [6] In Chinese painting, the color violet represents the harmony of the universe because it is a combination of red (yang) and blue (yin).[7]In the United Kingdom it is traditional to package chocolate in violet colored packaging because of the association of the color royal purple with luxury.[8]

Purple

Thailand considers purple to be the color of mourning. This is not so in western cultures, where purple is the color of royalty and wisdom. The Purple Heart, a high military honor for those wounded or killed in combating America's foes, embodies both purple attributes. Purple can symbolize nobility, envy, sensuality, spirituality, creativity, wealth, royalty, ceremony, mystery, wisdom, enlightenment, arrogance, flamboyance, gaudiness, mourning, exaggeration, profanity, bisexuality, sexuality confusion, pride, Scorpio (violet, star sign), May, November, riches, romanticism (light purple), delicacy (light purple), and penance. Purple is the color of mourning for widows in Thailand. It was the favorite color of Egypt's Cleopatra. Purple was also the color of dye that corkers used to make the king and queen's clothing. They weaved and made special clothes from silk woven off a tree.

Magenta

Magenta symbolized artistic creativity [9] or anti-racism [10].

Rose (color)

Rose symbolizes optimism (as opposed to the gray which is used to represent pessimism) or romantic love (since it is the color of roses, which it is the custom to give to ones beloved in many cultures).

Pink

Pink is a sister color of red, but they are very different in terms of symbolism. It is a tranquilizing color. For this reason in many prisons the cells of the most dangerous residents have been painted pink. It symbolizes spring, gratitude, appreciation, admiration, sympathy, socialism, feminity, health, love, romance, June, marriage, joy, flirtatiousness, innocence and child-like.

Brown

Brown is the color of dirt, giving it an earthy, environmental quality which is popularly coupled with green. Shades of brown represent skin tones and produce a comforting feeling. Brown symbolizes calm, boldness, depth, natural organisms, nature, richness, rusticism, stability, tradition, anachronism, fascism, Nazism, boorishness, dirt, feces, dullness, filth, heaviness, poverty, roughness, earth (classical element), October, Capricorn, Scorpio (reddish brown, star signs), and down-to-earth. Brown can stimulate the appetite, wholesomeness, steadfastness, simplicity, friendliness, and dependability.


Criticism

Most evidence suggests the lack of a single, universal psychological reaction to a particular color. For example, death is symbolized by black in most Western cultures and by white in many Eastern cultures. Even members of the same culture from different age groups can act differently. Referencing colors with emotions is developed by every individual when they feel an emotion and then see a color repeated during this time. After the connection is ingrained, the referencing can go both ways.

I think this is not end of this topic. So lets start and shear ur opinion.

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Re: Tariq Julfiker

Postby smasif » Sat Oct 17, 2009 9:48 am

Tariq wrote:truly inspire kore... shobar kaj ... ashola shobar kasai sikhar kisu na kisu asa ...
but idea concept design color composition balance plasticity aesthetics eye catching power aigula bibachona korla PAGOL ar kaj amaka inspire kora ....
but creative dhikthaka inspair kora ... Manik N Ratan


simply great Tariq bhai for your true opinion. I also personally liked their decent works. 1st Q er answer ta diyen. already been 2nd time asked :)
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Re: Tariq Julfiker

Postby bappy » Sat Oct 17, 2009 2:14 pm

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Re: Tariq Julfiker

Postby Tariq » Sat Oct 17, 2009 2:46 pm

bappy wrote:q: vi kamon asen.

Ami valo ase ... apni kamon asan?
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asif vhai .................. 1st Q er answer ta diyen. already been 2nd time asked ................. answer to dilam but apni to kisu bollan na ...............
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Postby smasif » Mon Oct 19, 2009 6:14 am

Tariq wrote:asif vhai .................. 1st Q er answer ta diyen. already been 2nd time asked ................. answer to dilam but apni to kisu bollan na ...............

ya....thanks....ami jokhon comment korsilam tokhon answer ta chiolona....ekhon dektesi you answered. onek boro likhechen....tai thanda mathay pore must reply dibo... :D
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