I need help choosing colors :S

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Help! I can’t figure out what colors to choose for my massive workshop hall. I have so far
used a majority of pale sepia and shadow/night fuschia in the overall build but i want to expand to other colors
that could work well with them.

But im stumped.
I am hoping to find a color that isn’t shadow/night/dark as most of the theme has leaned toward that D:
so anyone got any ideas?

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I Would Help but I Cold Berry everything I do with gleam to glow (^-^)

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I KNEW IT!!! You keep buying my cold berry concrete!

On topic: I’m partial to Red…

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@Redlotus suggests Red… this checks out :smiley:
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I bet i could combine cold berry and red and go with a red on the lighter side of the color…

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Ever since it became available, I’ve been partial to deep azure.
Heck, I love almost all the shades of azure. :smiley:

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Ashen taupe :heart_eyes:

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use grey-ish tones (ashen taupe is an excellent choice (it always is)) and use gleam to color it. when you want a change of atmosphere, just replace a few lightbulbs

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lol you’re biased on that.

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I think cold tan would look dope paired with most pure/deep colors.

Yes the mint man suggested something other than a green lol.

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Ashen grey. Everything should be ashen grey.

If everything else is purplish and reddish, go for accent colours using a split-complimentary scheme. Some kind of viridian or moss green.

There are plenty of interactive colour pickers on the web. Find out the HSV or RGB values of the colours you’re using, plug them into a colour picker, pick a colour scheme, and reverse the HSV/RGB lookup. Then, you have a quest to find blocks of those colours.

Incidentally, if anyone with a bit of web programming knowledge is looking for an idea for third-party support tools for Boundless, a Boundless scheme-based colour-picker would make a good project.

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