Gamboge Orange (Brown) 🎨 RGB Color Code: #996600
The hexadecimal RGB code of Gamboge Orange (Brown) color is #996600. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 99 red (153/256), a 66 green (102/256) and a 00 blue component (0/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(153,102,0). Closest WebSafe color: Golden brown (#996600)
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primary colors. Brown colors are dark or muted shades of reds, oranges, and yellows on the RGB and CMYK color schemes. In practice, browns are created by
fruit of G. gummi-gutta and related species range from about the size of an orange to that of a grapefruit; G. gummi-gutta looks more like a small yellowish
Octopus/Cuttlefish (sepia brown) Catechu or Cutch tree (brown) Gamboge tree resin (dark mustard yellow) Chestnut hulls (peach to brown) Himalayan rhubarb root
mixed with indigo it gives a brown colour which is used to dye mats. From the unripe fruits a yellow dye, called gamboge, can be extracted, but is considered
paints with good white coverage and has the LBNL paint code "Y10". Gamboge is an orange-brown resin, derived from trees of the genus Garcinia, which becomes
crimson lake, gamboge, and Prussian blue. The red and yellow mingled in various proportions will furnish different shades of orange and orange-yellow; the
scales near the base; has a broad apical orange-yellow patch, with the inner edge straight and margined with gamboge yellow; the patch is sometimes without
Philippines and Sulawesi. Upperside blackish-brown; cilia yellow, slightly alternated with black; forewing with a gamboge-yellow basal streak, and a median oblique
discontinued Ultramarine Blue and Sepia are not available until 1958 The Gamboge Yellow Crayon is discontinued due to World War II 1948: To educate art
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