Wednesday, August 8, 2007

ultimate color wheel


I can't believe I forgot to include this in my top 5! However...that would have made it a top 6.

This IS the bee's knees (guest blog trivia! where did the saying "bee's knees" come from? 1st to post the correct answer wins!). Adobe's color wheel (FREE to use!) lets you view other ppl's creations by popularity, newest, tagged word index and even create your own palette! But that's not even the coolest part! It gives you the color schemes in RGB, CMYK, LAB and HEX! SWEET!

-Mandy

2 comments:

Phyllis said...

Found this answer re. Bee's Knees.

The phrase "the bee's knees", meaning "the height of excellence", became popular in the U.S. in the 1920s, along with "the cat's whiskers" (possibly from the use of these in radio crystal sets), "the cat's pajamas" (pajamas were still new enough to be daring), and similar phrases that didn't endure: "the eel's ankle", "the elephant's instep", "the snake's hip" and "the capybara's spats".

Just found your site referenced on one of your Top 5's. Love it! I too, spend WAY too much time on the web, but it's so doggone fun!

braesan said...

You're right Phyllis! Thanks for playing! Email us your top 5 at braesangirls@gmail.com and we'll make you a guest blogger! Since you're a web-connoisseur such as myself, I can't wait to see what you've picked! ;)