History Main / ColorMotif

11th Jul '17 5:49:58 PM jormis29
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* Each film of Krzysztof Kieślowski's Film/ThreeColorsTrilogy is named after a color on the French flag (''Blue'', ''White'', and ''Red'') and has memorable cinematography focused on using that color to striking effect.

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* Each film of Krzysztof Kieślowski's Creator/KrzysztofKieslowski's Film/ThreeColorsTrilogy is named after a color on the French flag (''Blue'', ''White'', and ''Red'') and has memorable cinematography focused on using that color to striking effect.
6th Jul '17 1:21:06 PM Palhinuk
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* '''Yellow''' is cheery and warm. However, it can cause feelings of frustration and anger when it is the predominant color. In China, yellow is also seen as the color of royalty, mainly due to ancient China forbidding anyone but the emperor from wearing it.

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* '''Yellow''' is cheery and warm. However, it can cause feelings of frustration and anger when it is the predominant color. It also has connections to fear and cowardice. In China, yellow is also seen as the color of royalty, mainly due to ancient China forbidding anyone but the emperor from wearing it.


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* The color spectrum plays a heavy part in the ''Franchise/{{Green Lantern}}'' franchise. Each color of the individual Lantern Corps corresponds to an emotion.
** The green light of [[HeroicResolve willpower]], the yellow light of [[NightmareFetishist fear]], the blue light of [[HopeBringer hope]], the red light of [[TheBerserker rage]], the orange light of [[ThereCanOnlyBeOne avarice]], the violet light of [[PowerOfLove love]], and the indigo light of [[HeartIsAnAwesomePower compassion]].
** As of the ''Darkest Night'' event, there is also the black light of [[EnemyToAllLivingThings death]] and the white light of [[LightEmUp life]]
2nd Jul '17 1:26:08 PM ectostar
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26th Jun '17 2:43:40 PM CyberTiger88
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* '''Red''' is a bright color and creates feelings of excitement and intensity. It is also used to warn of danger and can symbolize anger or passion. In Indian culture (UsefulNotes/{{Bollywood}}) and many parts of Southeast Asia, red is the color of marriage. In East Asia, red is the color of luck (hence red envelopes on Chinese New Year).

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* '''Red''' is a bright color and creates feelings of excitement and intensity. It is also used to warn of danger and can symbolize [[RedIsViolent anger or passion.passion]]. In Indian culture (UsefulNotes/{{Bollywood}}) and many parts of Southeast Asia, red is the color of marriage. In East Asia, red is the color of luck (hence red envelopes on Chinese New Year).
25th Jun '17 6:52:18 PM BeastC
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* ''Film/TheDarkKnightTrilogy'', which is highly noticeable in the series' main trope page. ''Film/BatmanBegins'' is filled with a yellowish tint. ''Film/TheDarkKnight'' has blue, most noticeably in the various evening or DayForNight shots. ''Film/TheDarkKnightRises'' features white, showcased by the cloudy skies and the snowy winter setting.
13th May '17 12:04:22 PM GuiltlessSardine
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* '''Black''' Y'all racist bitches

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* '''Black''' Y'all racist bitchesis a color (or rather, not-color) of menace or evil. It can also be associated with death and, sometimes, rebirth.
13th May '17 12:02:13 PM GuiltlessSardine
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* '''Black''' is a color (or rather, not-color) of menace or evil. It can also be associated with death and, sometimes, rebirth.

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* '''Black''' is a color (or rather, not-color) of menace or evil. It can also be associated with death and, sometimes, rebirth.Y'all racist bitches
1st May '17 11:07:55 AM Brodnork
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* For ''Webcomic/Stomp'', the entire website changes colour schemes depending on what chapter you're reading.

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* For ''Webcomic/Stomp'', ''Webcomic/{{Stomp}}'', the entire website changes colour schemes depending on what chapter you're reading.
1st May '17 11:07:13 AM Brodnork
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* For ''Webcomic/Stomp'', the entire website changes colour schemes depending on what chapter you're reading.
23rd Apr '17 9:56:34 AM LB7979
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* In ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', three characters are associated specifically with a particular color, present in all their outfits, though with interesting subtlety: Anna, which is throughly associated with green (most notably, her otherwise blue winter clothes have a green corset, which could mean that this motiff is related to Spring), Elsa, associated with blue ([[AnIcePerson for obvious reasons]]), and Hans, associated with [[ManInWhite white]] as a [[spoiler:subversion]] of Disney [[LightIsGood expectations]]. But in a more subtle manner, he wears purple under his coat, a common color motif used to represent villains in animated Disney films.

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* In ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', three characters are associated specifically with a particular color, present in all their outfits, though with interesting subtlety: Anna, which outfits:
** Anna
is throughly associated with green (most notably, her otherwise blue winter clothes have a green corset, which could mean that this motiff motif is related to Spring), Elsa, Spring).
** Elsa is
associated with blue ([[AnIcePerson for obvious reasons]]), and Hans, reasons]]).
** Hans is
associated with [[ManInWhite white]] as a [[spoiler:subversion]] of Disney [[LightIsGood expectations]]. But in a more subtle manner, he wears purple under his coat, a common color motif used to represent villains in animated Disney films.
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