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Obsidian Hue[1]

Codes and Numbers

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The hexadecimal code that matches this color is 353A3E, 0F0F16, 341B17 [2]

Justification

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This color was named for a semi-precious mineral also called "natural glass". It forms near volcanoes and has frequently been used for making arrowheads.[citation needed]

This color is a shade of Black and Brown

The color Obsidian is named after a Mineral.[citation needed]


Confirmation by Picture

352538 obsidian - closeup


References




Printing Advice (Primary Color)

Cyan: 14.5%

Magenta: 6.5%

Yellow: 0%

Black: 75.7%

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