HideDeadly Tarantula

11

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4

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90

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By Phoenixfire

Oct 17, 2010
with COPASO
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I-MOO

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Hide

5E4444

Hex

94,68,68

RGB

4

Loves

203

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2

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2

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deadly

8F0000

Hex

143,0,0

RGB

14

Loves

1710

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16

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4

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Ripe Bananna

EED73E

Hex

238,215,62

RGB

11

Loves

102

Views

6

Favorites

6

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black

001800

Hex

0,24,0

RGB

14

Loves

2081

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6

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6

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Tarantula

73707D

Hex

115,112,125

RGB

1

Love

117

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0

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0

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Phoenixfire wrote:
HideDeadly_Tarantula
yea this was a bit tough to find colors, in the end I had to go with one word colors! I try not to grab too many colors with too many names, unless I can some how keep them in order, it definately has to come "naturally" "organically" as possible, or I get bored very easily!!! And trash the whole thing, to come back, a bit later, with a different angle....The one word colors creates almost a complete sentence! Ha

I am pleased with the yellow and dark tones mix, I think there is an actual meaing to this song, and the tarantulas lend an ominous tone.

Look at my Midnight Margarita palette - I am tired... but wanted to make something... just used "coconut" colors, but I do like the results in patterns! hmm

ycc2106 wrote:
Fab! Goes perfect with the subject!I see we both stopped on the deadly bit! =)did search tarantula... but: I dump every probable colour in the scratchpad... but then you can't see the names anymore.So I first publish, look at the names, and then decide what title to put. =Pwhat about you?
Yeah, one word search also shows all other combinations (eg, if you search 'love' you'll get 'love me' love that'...)
and of course that's not the lyrics.
Depending the word it's better to get results sorted by name. Sometimes I try all: name, score, date... ascending/descending.
And when one name mistake slips in, I generally change the last hex number to create a new colour with the right name =P

I enjoy reading how you (and others) create palettes, the process... =)
HideDeadly_Tarantula
yea this was a bit tough to find colors, in the end I had to go with one word colors! I try not to grab too many colors with too many names, unless I can some how keep them in order, it definately has to come "naturally" "organically" as possible, or I get bored very easily!!! And trash the whole thing, to come back, a bit later, with a different angle....The one word colors creates almost a complete sentence! Ha

I am pleased with the yellow and dark tones mix, I think there is an actual meaing to this song, and the tarantulas lend an ominous tone.

Look at my Midnight Margarita palette - I am tired... but wanted to make something... just used "coconut" colors, but I do like the results in patterns! hmm

ycc2106 wrote:
Fab! Goes perfect with the subject!
I see we both stopped on the deadly bit! =)
did search tarantula... but: I dump every probable colour in the scratchpad... but then you can't see the names anymore.
So I first publish, look at the names, and then decide what title to put. =P
what about you?
Beware
Fab! Goes perfect with the subject!
I see we both stopped on the deadly bit! =)
did search tarantula... but: I dump every probable colour in the scratchpad... but then you can't see the names anymore.
So I first publish, look at the names, and then decide what title to put. =P
what about you?

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