The hues utilized as a part of conventional batik were those of regular colors however gifted artisans could blend the colors deliberately to deliver unpretentious varieties. The shade of the shading relied on upon to what extent the material was plunged in the color. A hefty portion of the exemplary examples connected with Indonesian batik start in the batik created in the Javanese kraton.
There are two primary sorts of example utilized: geometric, and freestyle plan which is generally an adapted portrayal of nature, for example, leaves or waves. Most of the Indonesian populace is Muslim and Islam precludes the precise depiction of individuals or creatures.
The most well-known geometric examples utilized are kawung, a progression of meeting circles that presumably speak to the product of the sugar palm; parang, corner to corner columns of cutting edge like rehashing examples, rotating in shading; and ceplok which is the name given to designs made of geometric shapes. The kawung and parang plans were initially saved for the illustrious courts of Solo and Yogyakarta.
The northern banks of Java were more open to outside impacts through oceanic exchanging, especially from the Chinese. Batik created in these regions is known as pesisir (waterfront) batik, and is portrayed by brilliant lively hues and the utilization of Chinese-affected themes, for example, the mythical beast, phoenix, lotus and blossoms.