#10 Pig | Twilight Violet
The Pig sing is of the Water element. Generally, the Water element indicates the potential for a powerful communicator. Those born under the Water element are observant and very quick to take advantage of opportunities and harness resources to fulfil their aims. They are also versatile and adaptable, embodying the very nature of Water, which is fluidity.
The Metal Pig –1911, 1971, 2031
The Metal Pig is passionate and extreme in whatever he does whether in romantic relationships or at work. He tends to be very trusting and gives his all especially in relationships with others. He is very honest in expressing his feelings. However, he often tends to give others more credit than it is due, putting himself at risk of being disappointed.
The Metal Pig sociable, friendly, outspoken and industrious in his work. It is not unusual for him to do more than is required of him, willingly and happily. This Pig is very generous with his time, efforts and care of others. He has great perseverance and the endurance to see a task through to completion no matter how difficult it may be. Quitting when faced with challenges is not his style.
The Metal Pig tends to rely more on his feelings than logic.
The Water Pig – 1923, 1983
The Water Pig is a very sociable person. He loves parties, social gatherings, enjoys having a good time with people and can be quite indulgent. Like the Metal pig, he is also extremely trusting of others. He is great at influencing people to get what he wants but at the same time can be easily influenced by others as well. If he is not careful, people can easily use him or take advantage of him.
The Water element makes him extremely diplomatic and he believes strongly in showing goodwill to everyone he meets. He tends to see the good in others and refuses to believe that people have any evil intent unless proven otherwise. You would do well to have a Water Pig as a friend, who will be your most loyal and stalwart supporter.
Water Pigs are very passionate in all they do.
The Wood Pig – 1935, 1995
The Wood Pig has a big heart. He is always seeking ways and means to help others and will never say no to a friend in need. He is accommodating to others and very sympathetic to anyone who tells him a sob story. He is particularly passionate and driven when working for others, such as in NGOs or charities.
Socially, the Wood Pig is good-natured and tends to treat everyone as his equal. He is very good at influencing and enrolling people for a certain cause but at the same time can be easily influenced by others.
Practical, down-to-earth and very hardworking, he is always on the lookout for a project to take on.
He has the ability to create goodwill wherever he goes.
The Fire Pig – 1947, 2007
The Fire Pig is active, outgoing and extroverted. He is passionate, courageous and very emotionally intense. Extremely determined, he will not sway from what he has set his mind to do. He will see through the completion of the tasks or projects he undertakes. More often than not, the Fire Pig will rise to the top as a powerful and passionate leader, bringing success not just to himself but to everyone who has the fortune to be working under him.
He is daring, has great confidence and loves to take risks despite the consequences. He trusts his intuition and uses it to make judgments where logic seems to fail. He will venture into many unknowns and come out victorious against many odds. The Fire Pig will never be complacent, always quick to pounce on opportunities before someone else beats them to it.
Twilight Violet’s a beautiful and unique shade that combines the richness of violet with subtle hints of blue. Imagine a deep, saturated violet color with a touch of cool, calming blue blended in. Indigo violet exudes a sense of mystery and depth, making it a captivating and visually appealing hue. It might remind you of twilight skies or the petals of certain flowers that possess this enchanting coloration.
In Tibetan culture, the color violet, or certain shades of purple, hold special significance and symbolism, it is often connected to spirituality and higher consciousness.
Twilight Violet pairs beautifully with Drop Dead Gorgeous and Lotus Blossom for a harmonious and elegant look. These soft, muted shades create a romantic atmosphere. It is very nice also with Wild Daisy. The soft pink complements the warm and vibrant qualities of Wild Daisy.
The contrast between Twilight Violet and Black Petunia is a classic and sophisticated combination. It adds a touch of timeless elegance to any design.
Pairing Twilight Violet with the greens from the Tibetan Cloud palette (Jade Green, Salvia Argentea, and Cladonia) creates a delicate and calming ambiance.
You can create more color combination pairing Twilight Violet with Cherry Blossom and Passiflora or Jade Green and Black Petunia, the result will be stunning!
- Tibetan artist Rabkar Wangchuk has created a new beautiful artwork for each animal.