This month we mostly have fallen leaves, but can you blame me?
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Oh, and since it’s so appropriate, have some music as well.
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Hello and welcome to a new episode of “What colour is it?” with me, Somhairle Kelly, in which I look closely at all sorts of common things and turn them into a set of hex codes for your web & graphic design pleasure. These are Creative Commons licensed (CC:BY), which means you can use them for anything you like, but if you’re using them as part of a commercial design, you need to credit me by name & URL.
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Slightly late, because I’ve been at a festival! Some of these are taken from things I found there, some again from my allotment, some from my wanderings elsewhere.
As always, these are Creative Commons licensed (CC:BY) – what this means is that you can use them however you want, but if you’re making money from them you should include a note saying where you got them. And as always, I’d love to see what you do with them!
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I needed something to revitalise this poor blog, so I decided to start a series of resources giveaways—a monthly set of colour palettes taken from the inspirations I’ve been finding in the last month, and a weekly set of textures. All of these will be licensed under a Creative Commons license, so you can (and should!) download them to use in your own art & design work. You’re welcome to use them in commercial work if you credit me, but you may not resell them or redistribute them without credit and a link back.
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Here’s the first set of colour palettes— this last month, I’ve been doing a great deal of work on my allotment, so the colours are all taken from the fruit & flowers there. We have bramble flowers, purple sage, flowering rhubarb, love-in-the-mist, a yellow rose, blackcurrants, strawberries, gooseberries, foxgloves, and the elusive scarlet pimpernel.
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