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    color script

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    Hello, here is my first formal color script.
    Which colors are best? What combos/framing are problematic?
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    Hey, maybe it's because I'm on my phone but the image is very small and I can't zoom in.

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    ConceptArt doesn't seem to like the larger file. Tried a few different ways, will see if this works..
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    You would be better off breaking the image down into smaller related sections, assigning letter/number labels, and re-uploading them in whatever order.
    All I can tell is that there are three variations to a scene, but I don't know whether the scenes are standalone samples or all related to a larger story and/or if the scenes are placed in a particular chronological order.

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    Horizontally the images are scenes from a comic book/graphic novel story I am working on and go on chronologic order. They are basically just story beats though; I'm not trying to tell the story with them, just use them to work out lighting and color. I'm trying out different color combinations to see which ones I want to use when I start inking and coloring. I have always been struggling with how to use color well/appropriately. The differences betw the first three images (vertically) is just using different color combos to make a dramatic image. In the second column of images I'm trying to make the colors safe and boring. The third column is more dramatic color and story-wise.. and so on.

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    So if we were to go 1- 10 left to right and A-C up down, my favs are: 1 - c, 2-a, 3-a, 4 thru 8 - c, 9-b, 10-b. I particularly love the rosy colors on 10-b (the last column, middle). Those are the most vibrant and cleanest of colors and they draw my attention. I love the vibrant red clouds of 6-c. Hope that helps

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    It does Holly. Thank you!!

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