• I don't really know. I rather like blue and green together. Now, navy blue and black...that should definetly go back! :)
  • Don't know, Matt. Does it have something to do with the spectrum and that the color sensitive cones of the human eye don't appear to have specific wave length sensitivity to either? Or something like that? Well, in basic art (elementary school) we learned that if you had no 'green' crayon, or water color, or oil paint, you could mix yellow and blue to make 'green'. And, behold! It was so. There was another you could mix to make blue. Gosh, so long ago. The memory fades. Ah, yes...yellow and indigo. Anyway, the spectrum is amazing and good to have, even if the eye does not always know exactly what it is "seeing".

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