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Guindyloo is on a quest to complete the D20 Random Rainbow Dragon Challenge

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Goal is amusing fun, not stress! Prime as you please! 

 

Best of skills! You got some cool colors to play with!

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You could make patterns, stripes/spots/leopard like twotoned spots/swirls/lightning patterns...

Make it interesting.

Maybe ghostly faces in the second colour on the wing membranes in the first colour etc etc...

 

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They go TOO well together. It's fine, I just would've preferred to get some hideous combination that I would've had to really work to make look good.

 

1 minute ago, Glitterwolf said:

Maybe ghostly faces in the second colour on the wing membranes in the first colour etc etc...

 

Now there's an idea I could get behind.... hmmmm......

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9 minutes ago, Guindyloo said:

They go TOO well together. It's fine, I just would've preferred to get some hideous combination that I would've had to really work to make look good.

 

Now there's an idea I could get behind.... hmmmm......

 

with how popular this seems to be, we will most likely do more in the future, and you might have better luck then

 

mine bledn a bit too...grey, purple, and red

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Just now, Sirithiliel said:

 

with how popular this seems to be, we will most likely do more in the future, and you might have better luck then

 

mine bledn a bit too...grey, purple, and red

I like that better luck would be worse colours! :lol:

 

If I had your colours, I'd totally go for painting Bryagh.

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1 minute ago, pcktlnt said:

How do we determine what colors are worse? The choices seemed normal enough. ^__^

I think that is Guindyloo's problem with the colors - Guindyloo wanted some more...interesting colors. In which case, a normal pallet would be worse. 

 

Anyway, I can't wait to see this dragonnnn. I love the blues.

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Oh, I meant all 20 choices seemed normal and could pair off accordingly.

 

Like we don't see neon yellow or alien goo green or some other drastic bright/dull hue.

 

Have fun guindyloo!

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Good luck!   I think I lucked out with my colors, they go together fairly well.  I'm sure you're thrilled that there's no time limit,  I know I am! 

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