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Oct 25, 2017


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Hi Tim I've seen you discuss your 3 Colour palette elsewhere. Are you still exploring the possibilities as an experiment or are you leaning towards this as your go to palette? It gets great results by the way

Tim Wilmot

Hi Andrew. I think I will try and stick with the same palette. If I change, it will get confusing.

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