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If you could manipulate the color schemes of nature, what things in nature would you change the color of? What would you change them to?


I think they're pretty brilliant anyway, the variety of hues in tropical fish, small birds and insects is complete. It'd be neat to see mammal fur get all the colors and variation bird feathers, fish and reptile scales do. Other than that it's already there. There are more colors and bright colorations in a rainforest acre or healthy coral reef than in my paintbox. But I expect that like goldfish breeding, when an odd-colored or pretty sport occurs in anything small with a short lifecycle, it'll come up in pet stores eventually!
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notalwaysweak
Aug. 26th, 2008 08:09 pm (UTC)
I want a purple and silver tabby-striped kitty if you ever make this work.
robertsloan2
Aug. 26th, 2008 09:39 pm (UTC)
Oooh yes, that would be beautiful! Multicolor Tabbies! Rainbow Tabbies! They'd look like Red Tabbies, but have some other hue distributed along the value range. Silver Tabbies already exist and are gorgeous, it shades to black, a cold gray like Paynes Grey or Sodalite Genuine. But purple, a rich brilliant purple like Dioxazine Violet or Carbazole Violet (same pigment, isn't it weird to have two chemistry sounding names?) would be so gorgeous.
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