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An email announcing a new colour palette arrived this afternoon. https://www.pantone.com/color-intelligence/fashion-colour-trend-report/london-autumn-winter-2020-2021 So I thought that a thread here so as to try out the palette could be fun. Alas no .ase palette file as far as I can tell. Yet something interesting has arisen and I am trying to understand what is, or may be happening. I got the idea that the colours Mandarin Red and Celery might look good together. I clicked on the Mandarin Red square and got the following web page. https://www.pantone.com/color-finder/17-1562-TCX Yet the colour there looks noticeably different. There is a note on the page about this, but, at present I do not understand it. Is that the reason for the difference? Yet both versions of Mandarin Red are each on a web page, viewed on the same computer for each of them. Does anyone understand what is going on please? William
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William Overington posted a topic in Share your workHi Many Christmas cards, maybe almost all of them these days, have the message Merry Christmas Yet what if the intended recipient is known to be recently widowed, or ill, or is looking after someone who is ill, or has just been made redundant and is worried and watching every penny, and so on, and wishing Merry might seem, and indeed be, very inappropriate. For example, a lady who has been widowed after around fifty of marriage and this will be her first ever Christmas alone. Yet the person might really appreciate receiving an appropriate card. So, if you wish to participate please design and, if you also choose to do so, post here a design for a Christmas card that is tasteful and does not use the word Merry, using one or more Affinity products and anything else you choose to use. Please state what you use in the same or later post. You need to choose a message. I know that theoretically a font does not change the meaning of the text set in that font, but I have long held the view that it can do. I am trying to think how one describes such a phenomenon, if indeed it exists. William