i can't do colours

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Freshuary Day 22 — MEMORY: What would be one of Fresh’s fondest memories?

For a memory to be ‘fond’ you’d have to form emotional attachments, so kid!Fresh it is! The first time he made Deccy’s eyes go all blue!


The challenge itself is here

Fresh belongs to @loverofpiggies

Decans belongs to @little-noko

MommaCQ belongs to @alainaprana

I drew my new family
@shir-yo
@keith-coolgane
@cool-ran
@swhaggar
@allu-rad
@pidge-gunderswag
@hunkulese
@hunkaliciousunglasses

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I tried my best to figure out what colours matched best. Some of them I couldn’t find an exact match for. Some skin tones share colours with another skin tone because the difference was so small that nothing else would match better.

The ones with two colours selected need to have the colours alternated in a checkerboard pattern like this:

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Also note to people who spend hours on the island trying to get a tan:
I only spent 15 minutes on the island each day to get it to go up a tan level, and the needed time may even be less than that. You don’t need to waste hours of play time standing around. You only go up one tan level a day, so you won’t notice much change for the first 2-3 days.

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I have NO idea what fashion is but I wanted to join the wave of ripped-jeans model @danisnotonfire and then got wild with k-pop styled silver-haired @amazingphil :D Their looks in 2k17 are somehow crazier than ever! And I let myself out with making up outfits! It was fun, thanks to the twitter squad xD

Looking over some screencaps from the TV Movie the other day, I started asking myself how the initial confusion over the colour of the Doctor’s coat ever came about. I mean, look; it’s green (though not bottle green as it’s usually described; to me it looks more like a very dark olive green) in almost every light:

Then I remember that this was pre-DVDs and high-res and the costume being on display and that it looks brown

in

almost

every

frickin’

photograph

(There are a handful in which it looks green but those weren’t really seen back then)

It’s fascinating (to me, anyway) how one fabric can change colour so dramatically.