Whats the difference between charcoal and dark grey and pewder and light gray?

TheCheesestick 4/1/2024 02:37 pm 267

i was ordering beads last night for a project im working and i got a 2 bags charcoal and pewder. I thought they were just different names for dark grey and grey but i found out that they are different from dark grey and grey even though i didn't spot any noticeable differences on the photo. What separates dark grey and charcoal and same for grey and pewder :?

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Apr 2, 2024 1:25 pm

@goopyguy: thank youu ive been so confused on how they're different for a while

Apr 2, 2024 7:10 am

Here's a photo comparison of all of Perler's gray colors.

Light Gray is the lightest
Pewter is slightly darker than Light Gray
Gray is the "middle ground"
Dark Gray is the darkest shade of gray
Charcoal is slightly more blue than Dark Gray, but they're basically indistingushable.
There's also Stone (which is more brown), and Slate Blue (which is, of course, more blue)

Apr 2, 2024 6:07 am

different shades