Create an autumn/fall scene that features a tree as the primary focus of the image. Also you cannot use any greens.
Canvas size - Max 240 x 120. Either horizontal or vertical.
Colours - Max 16.
Transparency - No.
Animation - Optional.
what is the greenraven you're talking about?
Oh. I get it.
The anti-greenraven agenda of the PJ administration has never been more transparent.
Just to clarify - even though the max dimensions are in a 2x1 ratio, a 120x120 piece would still qualify, correct?
Yeah. The common sense is always good. We are not lawyers after all.
I have been waiting for a challenge where I can focus on drawing a tree. So I will definitely participate in this one.
I think that, as always, you should avoid trying to find loopholes and just use your common sense! ;)
imo if it looks green by itself you shouldn't use it, but at a very low saturation it's hard to tell hue anyway.
using a colour which is perceptually green is fine.
if you want to be super safe, just stay outside of this:
But yeah, just obey the spirit of the challenge and you will be fine.
I would assume any color that by itself or in combination with other colors creates the effect of green is forbidden.
What kind of green color is meant? Does it mean all colors with G component higher than R or B components?
Is this color green: http://imageshack.us/a/img268/929/751r.png?
What if accidentally use green color in hue-shifted browns?