MyBeansAreDigestive!

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By ycc2106

Oct 10, 2011
with COPASO
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I-MOO

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Leaving You Behind

ECD1F9

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236,209,249

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Little Jumping Bean

7DCDB2

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125,205,178

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Freshly Squeezed

69EB1B

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105,235,27

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Hamburger Hill

80F72B

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128,247,43

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Yeah? Yeah...

2F1A28

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47,26,40

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Sanyu wrote:
An expressive palette may not always look nice - Is nice looking more important than expression? What's generally your aim when making a palette?

What exactly is an expressive palette to you? I think expression can be achieved through colour-names, the colours themselves, widths, attached description, photos....or just when you realte sth. to it in your mind.

These two by nighthawk327 are examples of expressive palettes to me because she formed poems or storys with them...
Faraway_Storm_HaikuUnder_the_Lamplight
I also think themed palettes may express some historical or artisitc context...
clio_(history)Thalia_(comedy)
When my goal is to tell a story or to express sth. I personally don't give as much about the beauty of the palette as usual and try to find appropriate colour names or shades that fit the topic. I did a palette called Colourloser (my sister says that to me) that only contains colours called "loser". But generally I want to make rather good-looking palettes for myself to create patterns with them.

I meant emotionally expressive - trying express a feeling? Happy, Sad, funny... can be beautiful but not all feeling are nice: disgust, betrayed...

Have you ever tried to make an ugly palette on purpose?
No. Although some palettes might look ugly to other people. So it depends on the point of view I gues.
This is interesting to try!
I've tried several times...
Like here, i tried to express the feeling disgust - I saw a HORRIBLE poster and wanted to express the disgusting feeling it evoked in me:
Digital_Vomit
Not as easy if your aim is the "horriblest" as possible
.. +there seems to be always some to like them! xD

I think that's what this palette is about:
TV_Dinner

Anyway, I highly recommend trying it + and saying so in the description. I think it's very good exercise.

The picture isn't very appealing...The palette is neither ugly nor beautiful to me. Btw is this kind of food/arrangement typical in the USA/Canada? Because I never saw such a photo or meal before.
That's air plain food to me... if you imagine it real taking off the the old bad pic filter.

Sun first mentioned this palette :
sundancer wrote:
It makes me insides churn. of course it wouldn't be very nice to have a dislike button so maybe i don't wish it had that. but I will just express myself here. what i do wish however is that colourlovers had a flag button so that we could just flag inappropriate patterns such as this one:
and I replied here

Apparently these still exists:
2011_Tv_Dinner

Thanks a lot for taking the time to answer - discussing colour here is very rich! I managed to get much deeper then what I had archived in real life! =)

BTW, if you have anything to say about colour - please share it here:
To_Express_Yourself
An expressive palette may not always look nice - Is nice looking more important than expression?What's generally your aim when making a palette?

What exactly is an expressive palette to you? I think expression can be achieved through colour-names, the colours themselves, widths, attached description, photos....or just when you realte sth. to it in your mind.

These two by nighthawk327 are examples of expressive palettes to me because she formed poems or storys with them...
Faraway_Storm_HaikuUnder_the_Lamplight
I also think themed palettes may express some historical or artisitc context...
clio_(history)Thalia_(comedy)
When my goal is to tell a story or to express sth. I personally don't give as much about the beauty of the palette as usual and try to find appropriate colour names or shades that fit the topic. I did a palette called Colourloser (my sister says that to me) that only contains colours called "loser". But generally I want to make rather good-looking palettes for myself to create patterns with them.

Have you ever tried to make an ugly palette on purpose?
No. Although some palettes might look ugly to other people. So it depends on the point of view I gues.

What do you think of this palette below?
TV_Dinner
The picture isn't very appealing...The palette is neither ugly nor beautiful to me. Btw is this kind of food/arrangement typical in the USA/Canada? Because I never saw such a photo or meal before.
JellyBean_Monster

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