Post by kadenlackey on Feb 13, 2017 18:31:32 GMT -5
So my first two sets were rather simplistic. After a small gaming binge I'm back and want to make new designs.
The reason my first two sets had twelve styles each is due to the fact I dont want to segregate people from the colors that I personally don't find appealing working together. Now I'm wanting to 'spread my wings' from the colors that work with anything (Aka black (and I feel gold)).
My new sets face me with a bit of a problem, I'm learning I hate certain colors that go together. For example, with the adjacent color scheme of Red as primary with Orange and (dark wine-ish) secondary. Or even in the triad theme of red/blue/green. I do believe other colors in the schemes could work, just my tastes align with no.
So here is the question:
Should I quit being a big baby and make sets involving those colors anyway? or Should I attempt to make the color work by going from my usual format (30 degrees apart) to a format that is likely to make the colors work together better (15 degrees apart)
Option A will result in the usual 12 varieties (Albeit grudgingly and some sets might look weird), however Option B will result in 24 varieties and a "DIY choose the schemes you like and use those" kind of attitude/vibe.
Apologies for the rant, I just want opinions from those who would like to see more variety, and those followers to decide the course of how I go about things.
(Also I've been dabbling in faces. Don't get hopes up but I want to try eventually, even all this was just dabbling)
Post by kadenlackey on Feb 13, 2017 21:20:27 GMT -5
Haha, Option C works as well! Not wanting to leave people out who might have different tastes than my own. I'll most likely work with the colors I like first, and when I check back I will see what (if anything) people say then go from there. Regardless, likely to be new colors tomorrow!