#e2af80 - Tumbleweed Hex Color Code

#E2AF80 (Tumbleweed) - RGB 226, 175, 128 Color Information

#e2af80 Conversion Table

HEX Triplet E2, AF, 80
RGB Decimal 226, 175, 128
RGB Octal 342, 257, 200
RGB Percent 88.6%, 68.6%, 50.2%
RGB Binary 11100010, 10101111, 10000000
CMY 0.114, 0.314, 0.498
CMYK 0, 23, 43, 11

Percentages of Color #E2AF80

R 88.6%
G 68.6%
B 50.2%
RGB Percentages of Color #e2af80
C 0%
M 23%
Y 43%
K 11%
CMYK Percentages of Color #e2af80

Color spaces of #E2AF80 Tumbleweed - RGB(226, 175, 128)

HSV (or HSB) 29°, 43°, 89°
HSL 29°, 63°, 69°
Web Safe #cc9999
XYZ 50.590, 48.387, 27.095
CIE-Lab 75.068, 12.673, 31.216
xyY 0.401, 0.384, 48.387
Decimal 14856064

#e2af80 Color Accessibility Scores (Tumbleweed Contrast Checker)

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On dark background [POOR]

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On light background [GOOD]

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As background color [GOOD]

Tumbleweed ↔ #e2af80 Color Blindness Simulator

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#E2AF80 Color Combinations - Color Schemes with e2af80

#e2af80 Analogous Colors

#e2af80 Triadic Colors

#e2af80 Split Complementary Colors

#e2af80 Complementary Colors

Shades and Tints of #e2af80 Color Variations

#e2af80 Shade Color Variations (When you combine pure black with this color, #e2af80, darker shades are produced.)

#e2af80 Tint Color Variations (Lighter shades of #e2af80 can be created by blending the color with different amounts of white.)

Alternatives colours to Tumbleweed (#e2af80)

#e2af80 Color Codes for CSS3/HTML5 and Icon Previews

Text with Hexadecimal Color #e2af80
This sample text has a font color of #e2af80
#e2af80 Border Color
This sample element has a border color of #e2af80
#e2af80 CSS3 Linear Gradient
#e2af80 Background Color
This sample paragraph has a background color of #e2af80
#e2af80 Text Shadow
This sample text has a shadow color of #e2af80
Sample text with glow color #e2af80
This sample text has a glow color of #e2af80
#e2af80 Box Shadow
This sample element has a box shadow of #e2af80
Sample text with Underline Color #e2af80
This sample text has a underline color of #e2af80
A selection of SVG images/icons using the hex version #e2af80 of the current color.

#E2AF80 in Programming

HTML5, CSS3 #e2af80
Java new Color(226, 175, 128);
.NET Color.FromArgb(255, 226, 175, 128);
Swift UIColor(red:226, green:175, blue:128, alpha:1.00000)
Objective-C [UIColor colorWithRed:226 green:175 blue:128 alpha:1.00000];
OpenGL glColor3f(226f, 175f, 128f);
Python Color('#e2af80')

#e2af80 - RGB(226, 175, 128) - Tumbleweed Color FAQ

What is the color code for Tumbleweed?

Hex color code for Tumbleweed color is #e2af80. RGB color code for tumbleweed color is rgb(226, 175, 128).

What is the RGB value of #e2af80?

The RGB value corresponding to the hexadecimal color code #e2af80 is rgb(226, 175, 128). These values represent the intensities of the red, green, and blue components of the color, respectively. Here, '226' indicates the intensity of the red component, '175' represents the green component's intensity, and '128' denotes the blue component's intensity. Combined in these specific proportions, these three color components create the color represented by #e2af80.

What is the RGB percentage of #e2af80?

The RGB percentage composition for the hexadecimal color code #e2af80 is detailed as follows: 88.6% Red, 68.6% Green, and 50.2% Blue. This breakdown indicates the relative contribution of each primary color in the RGB color model to achieve this specific shade. The value 88.6% for Red signifies a dominant red component, contributing significantly to the overall color. The Green and Blue components are comparatively lower, with 68.6% and 50.2% respectively, playing a smaller role in the composition of this particular hue. Together, these percentages of Red, Green, and Blue mix to form the distinct color represented by #e2af80.

What does RGB 226,175,128 mean?

The RGB color 226, 175, 128 represents a dull and muted shade of Red. The websafe version of this color is hex cc9999. This color might be commonly referred to as a shade similar to Tumbleweed.

What is the CMYK (Cyan Magenta Yellow Black) color model of #e2af80?

In the CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black) color model, the color represented by the hexadecimal code #e2af80 is composed of 0% Cyan, 23% Magenta, 43% Yellow, and 11% Black. In this CMYK breakdown, the Cyan component at 0% influences the coolness or green-blue aspects of the color, whereas the 23% of Magenta contributes to the red-purple qualities. The 43% of Yellow typically adds to the brightness and warmth, and the 11% of Black determines the depth and overall darkness of the shade. The resulting color can range from bright and vivid to deep and muted, depending on these CMYK values. The CMYK color model is crucial in color printing and graphic design, offering a practical way to mix these four ink colors to create a vast spectrum of hues.

What is the HSL value of #e2af80?

In the HSL (Hue, Saturation, Lightness) color model, the color represented by the hexadecimal code #e2af80 has an HSL value of 29° (degrees) for Hue, 63% for Saturation, and 69% for Lightness. In this HSL representation, the Hue at 29° indicates the basic color tone, which is a shade of red in this case. The Saturation value of 63% describes the intensity or purity of this color, with a higher percentage indicating a more vivid and pure color. The Lightness value of 69% determines the brightness of the color, where a higher percentage represents a lighter shade. Together, these HSL values combine to create the distinctive shade of red that is both moderately vivid and fairly bright, as indicated by the specific values for this color. The HSL color model is particularly useful in digital arts and web design, as it allows for easy adjustments of color tones, saturation, and brightness levels.

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