Jason and The Argonauts (1963)
Steam powered mobile bathing house of King Alfonso XIII, St. Sebastien beach, Spain 1908.
It’s good to be the king.
Just read that again
"Steam powered mobile bathing house"
Secret to cohesive color schemes: pick a bunch of colors you want to do (purple, blue, etc like you did here), then pick an overall color (let’s say orange, for playfulness) that you want to tint everything towards… Overlay the “overall color” (or soft light, or whatever blending mode depending on if you want darker or lighter colors) and play with the opacity till you get something you can work with.
I did #FF9C00 set to Overlay and opacity set to 25% over your original choices to get this scheme.
In case you haven’t noticed, there’s now a video tutorial going a little bit more in-depth on this technique on Method & Craft! Check it out here.
(via My Secret for Color Schemes by Erica Schoonmaker)
This is similar to a a gamut mask. I like it! I’ll definitely keep this method in mind in the future.
18th century calico designs by Irish artist William Kilburn (1745-1818)
This is why you don’t let your dogs chew on: bones, hooves, antlers, nylabone, or any hard bone like material. This is a 100 pound male German shepherd. He was chewing on an antler when he broke off his canine. Some people think that dogs need bones or antlers to clean their teeth. What they need is their pet parents to clean their teeth every day or wipe them with pet appropriate dental wipes. Don’t feed your dogs bones! Not only is it harmful to the teeth the bones splinter off and cause major problems. End rant. Take care of your dogs teeth!