The Meaning of Colors in Number Painting
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The Meaning of Colors in Number Painting



Representatives of the creative professions know that each color has its own properties. They can change a person's mood and influence his emotions. Marketing also pays a lot of attention to colors. Colors help shape communication. Also, the colors we like represent different aspects of our personality. By coloring paintings by numbers in different colors, you can build communication with your subconscious mind.

Science knows that colors can affect a person's physical well-being. Some colors are able to relieve eye muscle tension, others are used to stimulate metabolic processes in the body, and some affect blood pressure levels. Therefore, in interior design, color plays an important role. As for art, you can use color to create certain states in people. Skilled artists love to combine different colors and get new colors that reflect the unrecognized subconscious feelings of a person.

Understanding the meaning of a palette of colors will help you consciously choose them when painting. Knowing the properties of colors makes it easy for you to create any mood you want, as well as broadcast them to others through your drawings. Let's take a quick look at the properties of colors.

The psychology of colors
Despite the importance, there is not much scientific research in the field on the influence of colors on the mental state of a person. In this area, people still have a lot of amazing discoveries to make. New knowledge can be effectively applied in psychology, as well as in design and marketing. In the meantime, you have the opportunity to explore the mysteries of colors through your own drawings.

The meaning and effect of colors are often considered within a particular culture. People also tend to view colors depending on their emotional experience with a particular color, depending on their mood. White is ambiguously perceived in different cultures. In some communities, it is used to reflect purity, in other countries it is seen as a symbol of grief and mourning. From personal experience, a color that made you feel uncomfortable as a child can bring up the same feelings as an adult.

Each color affects our mind and physical well-being in a certain way. Despite the cultural context, people tend to perceive colors more subjectively. Nevertheless, it is known that the same color can affect a large number of different people in the same way.

White
White is often used to convey lightness and purity. Solutions with white in interior design are used to create an atmosphere of safety in the room. Many people prefer white clothing. This also speaks to a person's desire for safety and protection.

White color is relevant in the direction of minimalism. With its help, you can visually increase the space or make it more mysterious. White is a favorite color in the spiritual sphere. In many religious canons, white represents the divine manifestation, the properties of angels and as a symbol of eternity. White has a calming effect on the human psyche. It helps to focus and develop mental concentration.

Black
Black forms the base of the classic shade. It is also actively used to create minimalist images. But it is important to know the measure of the use of black. If there is too much of it, then any design turns out to be heavy, negative and depressive. The presence of black psychologists diagnoses the mental state of the person. In the human psyche, black is differentiated by the unknown and fear.

If black is used in moderation in the design of interiors, clothing and things, then it is easy to use it to convey an atmosphere of luxury, courage and weightiness. In many cultures black is used as the color of sadness and loss.

Red
Red stimulates the human imagination. Such details attract attention like a magnet. Red was noted for its catchiness among other colors in the palette. In psychology, red represents passion, strong emotions, and aggression. The use of red in design helps to create an atmosphere of energy, and the rise of human sexuality. Red affects the body as a metabolic stimulant. If you contemplate red for a long time, you can feel the excitement of appetite.

Blue
The blue color affects the psyche of the person differently than red or white. It creates an atmosphere of tranquility. Blue is differentiated by the boundless sky or sea. In many cultures, blue conveys strength and confidence. Blue in clothing is used to create a classic style. It indicates adherence to tradition, loyalty to social order and stability.

Orange
Orange is a symbol of extravagance. From a psychological point of view, orange is a source of expression, energy, and a healthy aura. It also indicates the presence of internal human potential. Therefore, orange is considered the color of youth and budding. By using orange in design, it is possible to stimulate a person to new achievements, to push him to take decisive actions. Also orange activates a person's appetite.

Green
Green is differentiated from nature. It is also used to create an atmosphere of calmness, tranquillity and balance. The presence of green indicates the reliability of the person. This color is chosen by self-confident people. Dark green indicates interest and potential for material wealth. Bright tones of green indicate the growth and rebirth of nature. Often, different shades of green are used to form certain requests in the realm of the unconscious.

Add new colors to your everyday life!
Many ancient cultures, including the Egyptians and Chinese, practiced color therapy, or the use of color for healing. Today, color therapy techniques, known as chronotherapy, are used as an alternative method with auxiliary aids. Try painting by numbers and you will see for yourself the healing power of colors..










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