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15:39 Wed 14 Jun 2006

Less is More

Filed under: T2 — 15:39 Wed 14 Jun 06

Seeing as colours have arrived in Real Life, I’ve pulled the rich hues that were here before. I was getting a bit fed up of them anyway. Back to tried and tested variations of grey. I like grey. Not too harsh, not too dark. This will sound like a joke but I actually wanted a really bright blue drop / drops / splash in the header. I found the splash but Paint Shop Pro couldn’t supply me with the blue. It probably can but as with all things graphic I am seriously lacking. Thanks for the image go to Christopher Potter. If the colours look too odd on a CRT let me know please?

7 Comments »

  1. it looks great.
    the gray/grey (which is it, i never get it right) is refreshing after all the red and stuff

    Comment by Vidar — 15:57 Wed 14 Jun 2006 @ 15:57 Wed 14 Jun 06

  2. Grey (UK)
    Gray (US)
    Gray – the SI unit of the absorbed dose of ionizing radiation, corresponding to one joule per kilogram; named after English radiobiologist Louis H. Gray.

    Any more questions?

    I agree the header looks very good for the colour tones. I particularly like the transparency of the main splash body. The top splatters look a bit grainy, though. Looks like a crown, kind of.

    Comment by Ria — 17:07 Wed 14 Jun 2006 @ 17:07 Wed 14 Jun 06

  3. Looks damn fine on my CRT Mark. Very clean and crisp. How do you get the extra width? I like that very much..

    Comment by joss — 17:46 Wed 14 Jun 2006 @ 17:46 Wed 14 Jun 06

  4. Much much better than the last.

    Very clean and crisp :)

    Comment by dino — 20:02 Wed 14 Jun 2006 @ 20:02 Wed 14 Jun 06

  5. thanks Ria :D

    Comment by Vidar — 08:49 Fri 16 Jun 2006 @ 08:49 Fri 16 Jun 06

  6. Okay, I can’t stand it any longer so I’m asking – What is the image in your header an image of?

    Comment by timethief — 23:58 Fri 16 Jun 2006 @ 23:58 Fri 16 Jun 06

  7. Water :)

    Comment by Mark — 00:16 Sat 17 Jun 2006 @ 00:16 Sat 17 Jun 06

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