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eighteyed
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Posted 3 hours ago
What I think happened in this case was that I had been making a series of color blends using pourpre.com. I had a theme going using my own templates and some by atriarief, and had picked several in advance. I pasted in the color hexes straight from pourpre into a particular template, rather than making a pattern from the palette. That leaves the impression on someone viewing the pattern that there isn't a palette with those colors, so I paste the palette badge in afterwards. I think this person made her palette from one of my patterns before I edited the badge in, thinking there wasn't a palette and no one would notice. I remember distinctly being annoyed that there was a duplicate palette almost instantly.
Here's the forum I was posting my blends in:
http://www.colourlovers.com/forums/1,2,6541/Palette_Blends?page=2#comments
praxicalidocious
praxicalidocious
Posted 4 hours ago
eighteyed wrote:
Huh. That has got to be a really rare event, though. And the palettes are not perfectly identical. Motive is everything. I suppose it's a lesson to pick 1LP and inspiration colors from different pages, because random often isn't random.


It's true; I think most of the time it is much more deliberate - and going in to sneakily change the colours after the fact kind of proves that there is a lack of regret, only a fear of culpability.

When I realized what happened I thought it was worth mentioning here - mostly because I had always thought it couldn't happen by accident.

I know that I am going to be a lot more careful when I build 'loved colour' palettes from now on.

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