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If it helps at all my 'water' is made from dyed carpet tiles rather than goza mats, gives that more textured look, both the carpet and the copper stair 'water falls' were dyed with Wind Azul dye.
A little less ego-thinking, know-it-all and rumbling
compared to others who aren't so "great" and the UO-life would be a
whole corner easier
(Ein bisschen weniger Ego-Denken, Besserwisserei und Rumprollerei anderen
gegenüber die halt nicht so "toll sind" und das UO-Leben wäre ne ganze
So, suddenly I'm promoted to colour advisor *g*
My style is so symmetrical and neat because I’m in reality a
completely chaotic type and because I’ve also had problems with my eyes due
to diabetes in my old age. Without a certain order, I wouldn’t find anything in
the game, so almost all the boxes that are lying around are labeled somehow.
A tip about the colors: I think it's good if players have
the courage to color. Color should generally be applied for a while. If it's
all too colorful and confused, you've seen it very quickly. Also try not to
create everything just in this one color. The eye is looking for contrasts and
resting points, which is partly what makes good design. If you like an item and
it has eg. several colors, it always works well if you then use one of these
colors somewhere again.
Strong contrasts in colors are this tree colors : yellow, red and blue. From this three colors you can mix all other colors except black and white of course.
Strong contrasts: Yellow to Violet (mix of red with blue), Red to Green (mix of blue with yellow),
Blue to orange (mix of red with yellow)
Give white to a color you get the Pastel color, give black to a color you get the more "dirty" or darker colors.
A good example in Arts is the art of Vincent van Gogh:
Colours are also always an expression of feelings. The
palette of white, yellow, orange and red are colours that are more invigorating
and can sometimes trigger completely different effects than the palette of the
so-called cold colours – on the colour scale the colours purple, blue, green,
brown and black. Cool colours are more soothing. But it also depends on the
intensity of the colour. For me as a diabetic, really shrill colours can be quite painful to look at.