Apr 29, 2017

FLYTIP: ROY G. BIV

WELCOME TO FLYTIP, an original feature hosted here at FLYLēF to share blog design graphics and advices, as well as encourage related discussions. The topic for Saturday, April 15th, is "FLYTIP: ROY G. BIV || Grab your books! Arrange them into 1-5 color spectrums (rainbow, monochromatic, split complementary). Click. Post."

I didn't realized taking photos of my books would be so much fun! I may have to work on that Instagram account, after all. Hope you enjoy the photos.

 

• • COOL COLOR • •

Cool colors give an impression of calmness. Alexandra Bracken's Passenger series create a soothing effect.

 

• • MONOTONE COLOR • •

Monochromatic color palette is made up of different tints or shades of a single color. Though you can see the bright colors of the hardcovers peaking through, the dust jackets for Ransom Riggs' Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children series, are quite elegant and rich in various shades of gold to chocolate.

 

• • RAINBOW COLOR • •

This combination is the inspiration behind the prompt title. ROY G. BIV is an acronym I learned many moons ago to help me remember the colors of the rainbow. Red, orange, yellow, etc. My son's collection of Diary of a Wimpy Kid, by Jeff Kinney, had every color under the sun–perfect for a rainbow!

 

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Next prompt for 05/13/17
FLYTIP: Open Topic || Discuss anything bloggish or bookish from a creative point of view.

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What is your favorite color or color combination?