Six Succulents (version 2 / colors)

Six Succulents (version 2 / colors)

This is just me, playing with background colors from the recent image I’m working on. Note how the color changes the mood of the lines. A cool thought and observational experiment, I thought. It definitely makes me think about giving some real credit to color psychology.

Which one is your favorite? 

A light pink grouping of succulents. I like the gentleness of this.
A light pink grouping of succulents. I like the feminity of this.

 

 Bright yellow. This is dynamic and perky.
Bright yellow. This is dynamic and perky.

 

Blue / green - muted and chill. I like it because it's gentle.
Blue / green – muted and chill. I like it because it’s gentle.

 

Maroon - very mysterious. Makes me want to drink some wine.
Maroon – very mysterious. Makes me want to drink some wine.

 

White and clean - this really emphasizes the line work.
White and clean – this really emphasizes the line work.

 

Green - bright! It is the most plant-like in color, and yet I like it the least. What do you think?
Green – bright! It is the most plant-like in color, and yet I like it the least. What do you think?

 

Did the individual colors make you feel differently? What emotions did you have? Did you perceive the lines being different, even though they actually weren’t? Interesting, isn’t it?

These are all color modifications of my current project I posted about here.

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Thanks for reading, and being awesome.
Penney

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