What is this: the color called "flesh"?
"Flesh-colored", in German it would be "fleischfarben" in French "couleur chair". To my ears this sounds extremely ugly.
And the color we see in tubes which is called "flesh" often looks like a light beige but flesh is not light beige. So, do they mean: "skin" colored?
I thought about this. Neither skin nor flesh looks like that. Skin and flesh can be ocre mixed with vermillion, alizarin crimson, sap-green, prussian blue and lemon yellow, or burnt umber with bright red and ultramine and magenta, or light yellow with ocre and vermillion.... Endless possibilities, mixtures.
Have a wonderful Wednesday,
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