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emerald: give me the emerald i give you bread by usoland21 MORE MEMES
emerald: give me the emerald i give you bread by usoland21
MORE MEMES

give me the emerald i give you bread by usoland21 MORE MEMES

emerald: give me the emerald i give you bread
emerald: give me the emerald i give you bread

give me the emerald i give you bread

emerald: The water hears and understands. six CROWS of The ice does not forgive PART 1 SHADOW BUSINESS oost had two problems: the moon and his moustache. He was supposed to be making his rounds at the Hoede house, but for the last fifteen minutes, he'd been hovering around the south-east wall of the Eardens, trying to think of something clever and romantic to say to Anya If only Anya's eyes wete blue like the sea or green like lovely, an emerald. Instead, her e yes were brown dreamy melted chocolate brown! Rabbit fur brown! Just tell her she's got skin like moonlight," his friend Pieter had said. *Girls love that." A perfect solution, but the Ketterdam weather was not cooperating There'd been no breeze off the harbour that day, and a.grey milk fog had wreathed the city's canals and crooked alleys in damp. Even here among the mansions of the Geldstraat, the air hung thick with the smell of fish and bilge water, and smoke from the refineries on the citys outer islands had smeared the night sky in briny hate. The full moon looked less 1ike a jewel than a yellowy blister in need of lancing. Maybe he could compliment Anya's laugh! Except he'd never heard het laugh. He wasn't very good with jokes. Joost glanced at his reflection in one of the glass panels set into the double doors that led from the house to the side gatden. His mother was right. buffonia:聽 聽 聽 聽 聽 聽 聽 聽six of crows by聽leigh bardugo
emerald: The water
 hears and
 understands.
 six
 CROWS
 of
 The ice
 does not
 forgive

 PART
 1
 SHADOW
 BUSINESS
 oost had two problems:
 the moon and his moustache. He was
 supposed to be making his rounds at the
 Hoede house, but for the last fifteen minutes, he'd
 been hovering around the south-east wall of the
 Eardens, trying to think of something clever
 and romantic to say to Anya
 If only Anya's eyes wete blue like the sea or green like
 lovely,
 an emerald. Instead, her e yes were brown
 dreamy melted chocolate brown! Rabbit fur brown!
 Just tell her she's got skin like moonlight," his friend
 Pieter had said. *Girls love that."
 A perfect solution, but the Ketterdam weather was not
 cooperating There'd been no breeze off the harbour
 that day, and a.grey milk fog had wreathed the city's
 canals and crooked alleys in damp.
 Even here among the mansions of the Geldstraat, the air
 hung thick with the smell of fish
 and bilge water, and smoke from the refineries on the
 citys outer islands had smeared the night sky in briny
 hate. The full moon looked less 1ike a jewel than a
 yellowy blister in need of lancing.
 Maybe he could compliment Anya's laugh! Except he'd
 never heard het laugh. He wasn't very good with jokes.
 Joost glanced at his reflection in one of
 the glass panels set into the double doors that led from
 the house to the side gatden. His mother was right.
buffonia:聽 聽 聽 聽 聽 聽 聽 聽six of crows by聽leigh bardugo

buffonia:聽 聽 聽 聽 聽 聽 聽 聽six of crows by聽leigh bardugo

emerald: pippipjangles: Emerald鈥檚 fangs reblog if you agree
emerald: pippipjangles:

Emerald鈥檚 fangs reblog if you agree

pippipjangles: Emerald鈥檚 fangs reblog if you agree

emerald: nerala & Green Matte Pear doodlin-doods: I dont think ive shown off my emerald gemsona before :P
emerald: nerala
 &
 Green
 Matte
 Pear
doodlin-doods:

I dont think ive shown off my emerald gemsona before :P

doodlin-doods: I dont think ive shown off my emerald gemsona before :P

emerald: overlymetaromantic: emerald shouting in the distance: oFF COLORS!!!
emerald: overlymetaromantic:

emerald shouting in the distance: oFF COLORS!!!

overlymetaromantic: emerald shouting in the distance: oFF COLORS!!!

emerald: Choice emerald-imperial: please look at my cat鈥檚 feet
emerald: Choice
emerald-imperial:

please look at my cat鈥檚 feet

emerald-imperial: please look at my cat鈥檚 feet

emerald: of peacefulteatime: They say Emerald is a gem of love. ;)
emerald: of
peacefulteatime:

They say Emerald is a gem of love. ;)

peacefulteatime: They say Emerald is a gem of love. ;)

emerald: cutiekaboom: i love emerald so much hhhhhhhh heres her in a cute outfit
emerald: cutiekaboom:

i love emerald so much hhhhhhhh heres her in a cute outfit

cutiekaboom: i love emerald so much hhhhhhhh heres her in a cute outfit

emerald: XoX0 jasker: HESSONITE GOT TO GO ON A COOL EARTH MISSION AND EMERALD IS聽
emerald: XoX0
jasker:

HESSONITE GOT TO GO ON A COOL EARTH MISSION AND EMERALD IS聽

jasker: HESSONITE GOT TO GO ON A COOL EARTH MISSION AND EMERALD IS聽

emerald: biggest-gaudiest-patronuses: @emerald-and-fluorite submitted:I hope you loath it as much as I doi鈥橫 bEAoOTiFuL!!!
emerald: biggest-gaudiest-patronuses:

@emerald-and-fluorite submitted:I hope you loath it as much as I doi鈥橫 bEAoOTiFuL!!!

biggest-gaudiest-patronuses: @emerald-and-fluorite submitted:I hope you loath it as much as I doi鈥橫 bEAoOTiFuL!!!

emerald: armthearmour: A lovely Dagger made with dyed green sharkskin, silver, gold, Jade, rubies, emerald, and Sapphire, India, ca. 18th century, housed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
emerald: armthearmour:

A lovely Dagger made with dyed green sharkskin, silver, gold, Jade, rubies, emerald, and Sapphire, India, ca. 18th century, housed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

armthearmour: A lovely Dagger made with dyed green sharkskin, silver, gold, Jade, rubies, emerald, and Sapphire, India, ca. 18th century...

emerald: egThefice-Meme c-Meme aestheticc-meme: Welcome to the dark sideCommission for @kaiyeti of Sienna and Emerald training some GrimmHDs are in the server
nsfw
emerald: egThefice-Meme

 c-Meme
aestheticc-meme:

Welcome to the dark sideCommission for @kaiyeti of Sienna and Emerald training some GrimmHDs are in the server

aestheticc-meme: Welcome to the dark sideCommission for @kaiyeti of Sienna and Emerald training some GrimmHDs are in the server

emerald: egThefice-Meme c-Meme Welcome to the dark sideCommission for @kaiyeti of Sienna and Emerald training some GrimmHDs are in the server
nsfw
emerald: egThefice-Meme

 c-Meme
Welcome to the dark sideCommission for @kaiyeti of Sienna and Emerald training some GrimmHDs are in the server

Welcome to the dark sideCommission for @kaiyeti of Sienna and Emerald training some GrimmHDs are in the server

emerald: EMERALD My poor car :( The reason I lost my job as a delivery driver at domino鈥檚
emerald: EMERALD
 My poor car :(
The reason I lost my job as a delivery driver at domino鈥檚

The reason I lost my job as a delivery driver at domino鈥檚

emerald: unsonge:met these beautiful girls on the Emerald Isle聽
emerald: unsonge:met these beautiful girls on the Emerald Isle聽

unsonge:met these beautiful girls on the Emerald Isle聽

emerald: did you know? Harvard has a pigment library thait stores old pigment sources, like the ground shells of now-extinct insects poisonous metals, and wrappings from Egyptian mummies, to preserve the origins of the world's rarest colors. 2109 cr Green 1003* #1065 1067 ed Oxide ellow Oohre 897 Tellow Oahre talio s Coulston, Reichard Coula PHOTO: HARVARD ART MUSEUMS/FASTCODESIGN DIDYOUKNOWBLOG.COM re-pu-ta-tion: zigster-ao3: did-you-kno: Harvard has a pigment library that stores old pigment sources, like the ground shells of now-extinct insects, poisonous metals, and wrappings from Egyptian mummies, to preserve the origins of the world鈥檚 rarest colors. A few centuries ago, finding a specific color might have meant trekking across the globe to a mineral deposit in the middle of Afghanistan. 鈥淓very pigment has its own story,鈥 Narayan Khandekar, the caretaker of the pigment collection, told Fastcodesign. He also shared the stories of some of the most interesting pigments in the collection. Mummy Brown 鈥淧eople would harvest mummies from Egypt and then extract the brown resin material that was on the wrappings around the bodies and turn that into a pigment. It鈥檚 a very bizarre kind of pigment, I鈥檝e got to say, but it was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries.鈥 Cadmium Yellow 鈥淐admium yellow was introduced in the mid 19th century. It鈥檚 a bright yellow that many impressionists used. Cadmium is a heavy metal, very toxic. In the early 20th century, cadmium red was introduced. You find these pigments used in industrial processes. Up until the 1970s, Lego bricks had cadmium pigment in them.鈥 Annatto鈥淭he lipstick plant鈥攁 small tree, Bixa orellana, native to Central and South America鈥攑roduces annatto, a natural orange dye. Seeds from the plant are contained in a pod surrounded with a bright red pulp. Currently, annatto is used to color butter, cheese, and cosmetics.鈥 Lapis Lazuli鈥淧eople would mine it in Afghanistan, ship it across Europe, and it was more expensive than gold so it would have its own budget line on a commission.鈥 Dragon鈥檚 Blood鈥淚t has a great name, but it鈥檚 not from dragons. [The bright red pigment] is from the rattan palm.鈥 Cochineal鈥淭his red dye comes from squashed beetles, and it鈥檚 used in cosmetics and food.鈥 Emerald Green 鈥淭his is made from copper acetoarsenite. We had a Van Gogh with a bright green background that was identified as emerald green. Pigments used for artists鈥 purposes can find their way into use in other areas as well. Emerald green was used as an insecticide, and you often see it on older wood that would be put into the ground, like railroad ties.鈥 Source This is pure alchemy. I love it!聽 If you know how much I love colors you know how much I鈥檓 freaking out right now. I WANT TO BE THERE
emerald: did you know?
 Harvard has a pigment library thait
 stores old pigment sources, like the
 ground shells of now-extinct insects
 poisonous metals, and wrappings from
 Egyptian mummies, to preserve the
 origins of the world's rarest colors.
 2109
 cr Green
 1003*
 #1065
 1067
 ed Oxide
 ellow Oohre
 897
 Tellow Oahre
 talio s
 Coulston,
 Reichard Coula
 PHOTO: HARVARD ART MUSEUMS/FASTCODESIGN
 DIDYOUKNOWBLOG.COM
re-pu-ta-tion:
zigster-ao3:

did-you-kno:

Harvard has a pigment library that 
stores old pigment sources, like the 
ground shells of now-extinct insects, 
poisonous metals, and wrappings from 
Egyptian mummies, to preserve the 
origins of the world鈥檚 rarest colors.
A few centuries ago, finding a specific color might have meant trekking across the globe to a mineral deposit in the middle of Afghanistan. 鈥淓very pigment has its own story,鈥 Narayan Khandekar, the caretaker of the pigment collection, told Fastcodesign. He also shared the stories of some of the most interesting pigments in the collection.





Mummy Brown
鈥淧eople would harvest mummies from Egypt and then extract the brown resin material that was on the wrappings around the bodies and turn that into a pigment. It鈥檚 a very bizarre kind of pigment, I鈥檝e got to say, but it was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries.鈥




Cadmium Yellow

鈥淐admium yellow was introduced in the mid 19th century. It鈥檚 a bright yellow that many impressionists used. Cadmium is a heavy metal, very toxic. In the early 20th century, cadmium red was introduced. You find these pigments used in industrial processes. Up until the 1970s, Lego bricks had cadmium pigment in them.鈥 


Annatto鈥淭he lipstick plant鈥攁 small tree, Bixa orellana, native to Central and South America鈥攑roduces annatto, a natural orange dye. Seeds from the plant are contained in a pod surrounded with a bright red pulp. Currently, annatto is used to color butter, cheese, and cosmetics.鈥
Lapis Lazuli鈥淧eople would mine it in Afghanistan, ship it across Europe, and it was more expensive than gold so it would have its own budget line on a commission.鈥
Dragon鈥檚 Blood鈥淚t has a great name, but it鈥檚 not from dragons. [The bright red pigment] is from the rattan palm.鈥
Cochineal鈥淭his red dye comes from squashed beetles, and it鈥檚 used in cosmetics and food.鈥
Emerald Green 鈥淭his is made from copper acetoarsenite. We had a Van Gogh with a bright green background that was identified as emerald green. Pigments used for artists鈥 purposes can find their way into use in other areas as well. Emerald green was used as an insecticide, and you often see it on older wood that would be put into the ground, like railroad ties.鈥
Source

This is pure alchemy. I love it!聽


If you know how much I love colors you know how much I鈥檓 freaking out right now. I WANT TO BE THERE

re-pu-ta-tion: zigster-ao3: did-you-kno: Harvard has a pigment library that stores old pigment sources, like the ground shells of now...

emerald: khoshekhs: EMERALD ORBS
emerald: khoshekhs:
EMERALD ORBS

khoshekhs: EMERALD ORBS