Green Grass | Arash

In Green Grass , Tonal color establishes the degree of darkness or lightness of green that is found in the art. Green Grass have a wide variety of green tones, including Very Light, Light, Medium Light, Medium and Medium. You can see the difference in actual yards below in our green color chart.

Generally speaking, green grass will have a tone in the Medium to Very Dark range. But grass can fall into any of those categories. The tonal grade alone doesn’t determine the true quality of an grass. Hue and saturation also have to be considered.

Hue refers to the type of green color an grass has. For example, a green grass could be referred to as “bluish-green” or “yellowish-green.” Most grass today are bright dark green.

Saturation is what gives the color of an grass its intensity and strength. Grass saturation can range from very dull green to pure and vivid. For example, “Medium Dark” stones are generally considered high quality. However, if the grass has a dull saturation, the overall quality of it is lowered. On the other hand, if a “Medium Light” grass with vivid saturation, it will be more appealing.

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Arash has been writing stories ever since he could hold a pencil! What started out as an intrinsic love for storytelling has turned into his lifelong passion. There’s nothing he likes better than writing (and reading) stories that is humorous in English and Persian languages, with a touch of Suspense and a poignant streak of truth running through them. Arash is also a YouTuber, Persian singer/songwriter, blogger, traveler, filmmaker, big dreamer, and professional kabob eater. When he’s not writing or dreaming up new stories, you can find him in an adventure road-tripping to national parks! If you want to see Arash in his element (ranting about stories) check out his YouTube channel.

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