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I really like the blown-out highlight effect you got on the tops of the cylinder thingies. How much of that is photography and how much is visible in person? And is it just a blend to straight titanium white in the middle? (I don't see quite the same effect in the photos in the WIP thread.)

 

Really nice effect, anyway.

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I really like the blown-out highlight effect you got on the tops of the cylinder thingies. How much of that is photography and how much is visible in person? And is it just a blend to straight titanium white in the middle? (I don't see quite the same effect in the photos in the WIP thread.)

 

Really nice effect, anyway.

The blown-out effect seems to be mostly an artifact of the photography. In person the color transition is more gentle with a lot of (very pale) violet still in the middle and only some pure Titanium White.

 

I'll see if I can take better photos,

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I really like the blown-out highlight effect you got on the tops of the cylinder thingies. How much of that is photography and how much is visible in person? And is it just a blend to straight titanium white in the middle? (I don't see quite the same effect in the photos in the WIP thread.)

 

Really nice effect, anyway.

The blown-out effect seems to be mostly an artifact of the photography. In person the color transition is more gentle with a lot of (very pale) violet still in the middle and only some pure Titanium White.

 

I'll see if I can take better photos,

 

 

Darn.  ^_^

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