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ha ha.....funny, i'm always trying to ramp my colors UP!!! most jobs i get want bright bright bright.....like yours. :-)

Well, Mary, I guess the grass is always a different shade of green on the other side of the fence. :-)

Really nice palette! Have you ever tried toning your paper (digital even) before painting on it. Sometimes that forces you to mix up your colors differently.

Hey there, I just joined the Children's illustrator blog ring and I was browsing the other fellow illustrators' blogs (and say hello).
So well, hello, you're added to my feeds:)

As for the rest, I always found difficult to achieve the right balance with toned down palettes, it's not easy at all and in the end I'm always tempted to boost the saturation up on photoshop...

Hello Paolo. How funny that you mentioned upping the saturation levels in PS, because that's exactly what I did later. Couldn't take it. Made me itch for more color.

Really nice palette! Have you ever tried toning your paper (digital even) before painting on it. Sometimes that forces you to mix up your colors differently.

Hey there, I just joined the Children's illustrator blog ring and I was browsing the other fellow illustrators' blogs (and say hello).
So well, hello, you're added to my feeds:)

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