clearly not everything is sunshine and roses…. right now if you try to change directions before the animation finishes, the bird…. well, you can see
it makes me laugh
how the hell did we get the idea pink isn’t a cool colour
because scientifically speaking pink doesn’t even exist; it fits between violet and red on the spectrum but actually what goes there is infrared and ultraviolet and all those things we can’t see
pink is the ambassador of an otherworldly and unknowable realm it is the most badass colour out there
omg did you mean me? .___. well now i feel like i have to answer it lol… /flattered
Violet is short wavelengths, and red is long wavelengths. Infrared is longer than red, and ultraviolet is shorter than violet. So “between violet and red” actually means… the whole visible spectrum lol.
BUT! Pink does exist between red and violet in your EYE’S color space. I don’t know the exact biological details, but human eyes can only detect red, green, and blue wavelengths, but generally covers the whole visible spectrum. It’s true that pink is not a ‘pure’ color, same as brown, because there is not one wavelength of light you can use ALONE to make pink. Ex. there’s no pink laser. (I’m gonna be super technical and say that some pure colors might be considered ‘pink’ just depending on your definition of the color.)
At first I tried writing about human vision color theory but I just do not know enough about it. But I will just say that the only reason pink appears to be between red and violet is because of the way our eyes work at assigning what a color ‘looks like’ based on how much each of the three types of cone cells are stimulated by light. Pink is a certain combination of red and blue (and green) cell responses, and that color does not lie on a pure color spectrum. But it’s only the EYE’s assignment of color that appears to be in a wheel to us; the true light wavelength spectrum of pure colors is linear.
Happybirthday to happydorid!! I’m so excited for your winter game v0v