Cerulean blue is by far the best crayola crayon color. It is a bright blue hue, and can be used to create startling depictions of the ocean, the american flag, and blue man group.
It can describe mood as well
In classical times, cerulean was used to describe blue pigments, particularly mixtures of copper and cobaltous oxides.
The first recorded use of cerulean as a color name in English was in 1590.1 The word is probably derived from the Latin word caeruleus, "dark blue, blue or blue-green", which in turn probably derives from caelulum, diminutive of caelum, "heaven, sky".2
"why do you look so cerulean, man?"
"cookie monster is not as cerulean blue as you think he is!"
Usually involving massive amounts of tracing paper, graphic design students often have to produce large quantities of these to present to their over-bearing professor (may be named Han). These are later displayed on a board with tacks, talked about harshly, dissed, crossed out and/or scribbled on. One usually needs to produce multiple sets prior to creating a computer image.
After completion of all the sketches, one must soak their hands in ice water, and take three muscle relaxers for the back pain. A writers callous may sometimes appear, however it will only grow to the size of an acorn.
"Professor Han gave us fifty sketches to do! Piece of cake!"
"Mad sketches kid."
"Tracing paper is really expensive, i wish i could eat and do my sketches."