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    I'm still into the Groove thing - here's "Groovy Too" (clever, huh?)

    Karin
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  • #2
    Far out man.
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    • #3
      Makes me think of Austin Powers ! Love it !

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      • #4
        Yah - baby!



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        • #5
          Way Cool!! Love the colors... great job!

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          • #6
            It's an interesting color scheme. The opposite of blue is orange, and dark orange is brown so you basically have the strong relationship between blue and brown as a basis. The addition of green creates tension because the opposite of turquoise/seafoam is basically a very red orange. The tension creates interest. Also the high contrast here enhances that effect, so when you look at it you see only 2 colors even though there are 4-5 colors on the page, i.e. shadows, alternating lines in the blue texture, etc.

            Anyhow it's definitely a strong statement which displays creative freedom. I like that. Too often aggressive color schemes get overlooked, which is a real shame IMO. Nature uses every color in every combination, so art should also. Fear no color!
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            • #7
              Thanks, Corey! When I made the page, I of course wasn't considering all the things you explained, but it's really cool to learn why something "works" from a "technical" perspective.

              What you said about the green was particularly interesting (the olive background) - I was originally trying to match the background exactly to the brown paper scrap so that I would only have two colours in my LO, but I liked how the green worked with the other colours, and how it kind of "morphed" into brown when the other paper scraps were placed on top of it.

              I will definitely not fear colour as I scrap; every scrapper should boldly scrap where no scrapper has scrapped before!


              Karin


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              • #8
                thank you so much !!! these are just great!!!
                Love and Light to you and yours
                Faye
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                • #9
                  WoW Karin you did these a year ago and I have never seen them. Thank you. Love the blue
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