No, I Will Not Shut UpShut up!No, I Will Not Shut Up by BadlyDrawnTurtle
You say, then storm away,
Only to come back when I reply.
You declare, seemingly unaware,
That I will not comply.
You want, to silence me,
For what you dare not state.
You only, wish to disguise,
That your only good reason is hate.
Is something, that comes to mind,
Only to those who know,
Deep down, that my words ring true,
This is why you stoop so low.
Conservative ChristiansBenevolence, Kindness, and Forgiveness,Conservative Christians by BadlyDrawnTurtle
From the Throne of Power.
An emphasis on Improvement and Cooperation,
Solving problems Fairly and Without Help.
Even Disagreements remain Mostly Civil.
Violence, Anger, and Condemnation,
From the Throne of Power.
An emphasis on Subordination and Exclusion,
Solving problems by Pleading For Help.
Even the Nice Parts are Often Bloody.
What Sort of Person,
Champions the Second,
And Disparages the First?
“Basicly [sic] there are 3 colors of light.”
Okay, I'm better now. Just, no. Visible light is a near-continuous spectrum of wavelengths from red to violet, a subset of the electromagnetic spectrum that ranges from long waves to gamma rays; specifically, visible light is situated between the infra-red and ultraviolet parts of the spectrum. We see these pure colors through a complex process of stimulation of three different types of cone cells in the eye, and if more than one pure color is presented to the eyes at once, we may perceive a color not on the spectrum, such as white (an even-ish spread of all visible frequencies).
Color theory in art picks a somewhat arbitrary combination of three colors to designate as the ‘primary colors’; which are usually either magenta, yellow, and cyan; or red, green, and blue. Red, green, and blue are somewhat based on the colors that the three cone cells are most sensitive to, but for the most part, artistic color theory has nothing to do with the actual properties of light.
Man before you go all aaaah this is not correct think about it for a moment.we have even in sience tried to simplify things those three colors of light can all be overlayed to create white. White has all the colors. And yellow cyan and magenta can overlay with each other to create the rest of the color spectrum. Thats why we in modern equipment and also in art simulates how we see things. Simplify if you will to create a understanding. And no the primary colors we thought before is proven to be false and to actually creat realistic coloring you cannot use this way. Its impossible because we see things because objects reflect their colors but what colors we see depends also on the lighting senarios.
So in short, your one day of studying makes you an expert on the subject, so obviously you can't be wrong, and anything that looks wrong is just a simplification to help people understand.
I'm not buying it.
Edit: To be clear: “There are 3 colors of light” is an objectively false statement. It isn't a simplification, it's just wrong.
Sigh. It is actually just simplifications. And no i have been color studying for years Im good at a lot of things actually. And there is a reason photoshop for instance use those 3 colors it simplify the calculation when overlaying and changing color also when you ad color. I will make a separate tutorial on color composition thats something entirely different.There a number of warning signs in this comment, looking back. The lack of proper typing, the highly exaggerated claims of skill… but I kept going.
A false statement is not a ‘simplification’. No matter how many times you say it.Response? Block me, and then hide the entire exchange.
“And no the primary colors we thought before is proven to be false and to actually creat realistic coloring you cannot use this way.”
Says the person using a computer to make and display their pictures. Your computer screen uses the RGB (Red, Green, Blue) system. I would think someone who's been ‘color studying for years’ would know this.
I'm an easily distracted human in his early 20's. Things I'm likely to post on here if I ever do something worth displaying include My Little Pony fan-art, badly drawn turtles, and abstract works.
If you try to contact me, but I fail to respond, it isn't because I'm ignoring you. I'm just busy. Or distracted. They're similar. Or I could be ignoring you; that's always a possibility, especially if I judge our conversation to have reached a dead end.