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PALETTE BLEND GAME

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eternalfame

Citrus_Soda
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Autumn_Rain
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Citrus_Rain
a little bit strange

robotwink

Rainy_Jane
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Sweet_Shop
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Stained_Glass_Rose
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Sweet_Rainy_Rose

I couldn't choose just one of mine! :)

Psycho Jello

This is an awfully addicting game! I love it!
Up_down
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Walk_Beside_the_Sea
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Walk_Up_Down

Anomalin

The palette you picked was the result of a blend already, so I figured I'd make it really meta:

Walk_Up_Down

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Oscillating

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Back_and_forth

bezzalopoly

Hey guys, I just realized a few people may have misinterpreted my instructions for the game. That's probably my fault.

The object of the game is to create completely new palettes by blending each individual colour from two palettes (one of your own and one from the lover before you).
You would do this using an online mixer like http://colorhexa.com.
So the first colour from your palette and the first colour from the other person's palette blend together to make the first colour of the new palette. And so on.

Just making sure my instructions were clear for everyone.
Thanks so much for playing, everyone!
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InkdeLArt
Ludi
Ludi
Ludi
Posted 2 hours ago
LOL! Yersi, I have the librarian's glare down to a fine art! Unfortunately I'm a cataloguer, so I'm usually at the back office and don't get to scare off students much! ;)

There is a correlation between depression and creativity... probably the same goes for mental illness in general too. In many creative communities I've been in, there has been a high incidence of 'issues', shall we say.

Anyway, as colour therapy is really popular right now, it makes sense people would come here to get some relaxing fun times. ;)
YersiniaP
YersiniaP
Posted 2 hours ago
Daaahlings, this isn't MY thread! OT as much as you want! :D

Besides, I find your conversation highly interesting, and it makes me wonder if CL attracts ANY sane people at all.
I suffer from depressions myself and it is very strange to see just how many of us are battling some mental issue or other.
Then again, I did find this place when I was in, let's call it, not the best of places and I found it very relaxing and soothing.
"Wasting time" by playing with colors seems to be therapeutic.

Also, while I do possess the librarian's glare, I usually just bitch at people when they misbehave. Can't have them dropping dead left and right from my Medusa-glare. :D
Ludi
Ludi
Posted 2 hours ago
No need to explain, Mei. I've suffered from depression for years and years now, and while it isn't the same as BD or schizophrenia, I know all too well the stigma of having a mental illness... and that with mental illness nothing is ever as it seems.

For the record, I've never found you offensive or inappropriate. You clearly need to try harder ;) ♥

Sorry for taking over the thread, Yersi!!! >_<

OrigamiMei wrote:
Oh yes. He does make some interesting title choices. :P I try to be as understanding as possible, though, because I know that at times, with my bipolar disorder, I'm not always sure of the appropriateness of what I say or do. And I know what kind of effect it can have on friendships. When I was a teenager and still learning to deal with and take medication for BD, I didn't have a lot of friends because of the inappropriate comments and behavior I exhibited on occasion. It was painful. So, when I come across someone who has been in potentially the same situation, I feel a special compassion for them. I don't want anyone to think I'm defending his socially-unacceptable palette and pattern titles. I'm just trying to explain it a bit so people can try to understand. Hope this makes sense. ♥

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