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Aleggy
09-25-2004, 01:16 PM
aparently in tsl there are going to be more colours available for your lightsaber

now personally i'm happy with the colours we have

but i'm curious

if you have a preferred lighsaber colour that isnt already available please let me know

and girls pink is acceptable

or you can just give me your views on 'more lightsaber colours'

Tragic Hero
09-26-2004, 12:17 AM
Orange

Revan Solo
09-26-2004, 06:30 AM
Originally posted by Aleggy
aparently in tsl there are going to be more colours available for your lightsaber

now personally i'm happy with the colours we have

but i'm curious

if you have a preferred lighsaber colour that isnt already available please let me know

and girls pink is acceptable

or you can just give me your views on 'more lightsaber colours' What colours exist officialy? what ybout grey? Your enemy would never see, where your saber is. Or white.

Hiroki
09-26-2004, 09:20 AM
They have a limited selection of colors they can use. You need a certain color crystal to attain the proper blade color. And there are officially only a select few colors to choose from.

Mike Frank
09-26-2004, 06:51 PM
Hmmm. Orange might be cool to have. I think in SWG they have brown lightsabers.

Brown???

Achilles
09-26-2004, 07:21 PM
3 primary colors: Yellow, Blue, & Red
3 secondary colors: Green, Purple, and Orange
Maybe 2 or 3 metalics like Silver/White, Gold, and Bronze (<- ???).

For TSL they mentioned that you would have all 7 of the original colors. We also know that one of the new colors will be silver/white. That only leaves 2. I'm guessing orange and maybe a new red.

RedHawke
09-26-2004, 09:07 PM
^^^^
That sounds just about right, no matter what the colors I'll most likely just end up using RED or Purple anyway. :D

Revan Solo
09-27-2004, 03:35 AM
Originally posted by Achilles
3 primary colors: Yellow, Blue, & Red
3 secondary colors: Green, Purple, and Orange
Maybe 2 or 3 metalics like Silver/White, Gold, and Bronze (<- ???).

For TSL they mentioned that you would have all 7 of the original colors. We also know that one of the new colors will be silver/white. That only leaves 2. I'm guessing orange and maybe a new red. Green is also a primary colour!

Achilles
09-27-2004, 06:28 AM
Originally posted by Revan Solo
Green is also a primary colour! Errr....you might want to double check that information.

It's a secondary color. Green is created by mixing primary colors yellow and blue.

DarthBuzzard
09-27-2004, 04:02 PM
Green is a secondary color. It is made by mixing blue and yellow (both primary colors.). I wonder if this is Bioware's snide way of saying the Consular pwns...y'know, with blue (guardian) + yellow (sentinel) = green (consular)...

RedHawke
09-27-2004, 09:47 PM
Originally posted by DarthBuzzard
I wonder if this is Bioware's snide way of saying the Consular pwns...y'know, with blue (guardian) + yellow (sentinel) = green (consular)...

It's possible, or just too many of Bioware's employees are using a lot of Glad Ziplock Bags with the color seal feature. :)

And DarthBuzzard don't forget the crystal cave that gave like 8+ Red Crystals on Dantooine, remember it is on Datooine, not even Korriban, this was Biowares way of telling us that Red pwns all!

:D

Achilles
09-28-2004, 01:21 AM
Originally posted by RedHawke
And DarthBuzzard don't forget the crystal cave that gave like 8+ Red Crystals on Dantooine, remember it is on Datooine, not even Korriban, this was Biowares way of telling us that Red pwns all!

:D Apparently Redhawke never studied economics. If he had, he would have learned about the laws of supply and demand and diminishing returns. These fundamental concepts state that the more of something there is, the less it is worth :D
LS pwnz j00 !!!111

Revan Solo
09-28-2004, 01:48 AM
Originally posted by DarthBuzzard
Green is a secondary color. It is made by mixing blue and yellow (both primary colors.). I wonder if this is Bioware's snide way of saying the Consular pwns...y'know, with blue (guardian) + yellow (sentinel) = green (consular)... Oh now I understand. I thought that you mean how often the colours are used by jedis!!:o

Aleggy
09-28-2004, 04:38 AM
Originally posted by Achilles
Apparently Redhawke never studied economics. If he had, he would have learned about the laws of supply and demand and diminishing returns. These fundamental concepts state that the more of something there is, the less it is worth :D
LS pwnz j00 !!!111

very funny Achilles :roll2: lol

i did home economics at school but that was all about cooking

but now thinking about it, it all kinda makes sense after all the darkside is the quick and easy path and there are more red crystals and they are easier to find lol

Revan Solo
09-28-2004, 06:21 AM
Originally posted by Aleggy
very funny Achilles :roll2: lol

i did home economics at school but that was all about cooking

but now thinking about it, it all kinda makes sense after all the darkside is the quick and easy path and there are more red crystals and they are easier to find lol Actually you need only one crystal. Exept you are fighting with two sabers.

Achilles
09-28-2004, 06:29 AM
Originally posted by Revan Solo
Actually you need only one crystal. Exept you are fighting with two sabers. Huh? :confused:

Aleggy
09-28-2004, 02:24 PM
Originally posted by Revan Solo
Actually you need only one crystal. Exept you are fighting with two sabers.

yes but the red crystals are quicker and easier to find

RedHawke
09-28-2004, 07:26 PM
Originally posted by Achilles
Apparently Redhawke never studied economics. If he had, he would have learned about the laws of supply and demand and diminishing returns. These fundamental concepts state that the more of something there is, the less it is worth :D
LS pwnz j00 !!!111

Yes I did have economics, at least I think that is what I slept through. :D

Now... now Achilles... :tsk: I never said LS or DS pwns anything... all I said was Red pwns all! :)

Good guys can wear Black and carry Red Lightsabers too! :D

Originally posted by Aleggy
yes but the red crystals are quicker and easier to find

Only because Bioware was lazy when making the crystal cave module, they could have easily more evenly distributed the color crystals given out.

Revan Solo
09-29-2004, 05:13 AM
[QUOTE]Good guys can wear Black and carry Red Lightsabers too! :D [Quote]Red sabers is the colour of the sith. Normally! And I have never seen a jedi using red. Why?

sheedee
09-29-2004, 09:46 AM
Well, in school I was told that primary colours are these: Red, Green and Blue. Yellow is not a primary colour, as it is a different spectrum of red. While green certainly can be made by mixing yellow and blue it does have it's own light spectrum and thus is a primary colour. It doesn't matter whether you can mix a coulour of other colours, what matters is, whether id has a spectrum of its own.

Just my 2 cents ;)

mxsuprastang
09-29-2004, 12:26 PM
Red, yellow and blue are the primary colors. End of story. Sorry to say, but you were taught wrong. Blue and yellow make green, yellow and red make orage and blue and red make purple. Nothing mixed with anything else can make blue, red or yellow. *shrug* Anyways, the colors I would like to see are blue, green, yellow, orage, purple, red, something towards white and basically anything that will look cool!

sheedee
09-29-2004, 12:37 PM
Originally posted by mxsuprastang
Red, yellow and blue are the primary colors. End of story. Sorry to say, but you were taught wrong. Blue and yellow make green, yellow and red make orage and blue and red make purple. Nothing mixed with anything else can make blue, red or yellow. *shrug* Anyways, the colors I would like to see are blue, green, yellow, orage, purple, red, something towards white and basically anything that will look cool!


I'll try to explain again:

Colours are defined by their wavelength (spectrum). Red, Green and Blue are basic colours because their wavelengths put together cover all colours that a human eye can see.

As any photoshop user will surely confirm, you can make yellow by mixing green and red. Red and blue ARE primary colours, no dispute there. But not yellow. Yellow is a subset of red and/or green (depends on the exact hue, if it is rather orange, then it is a subset of the red colour, otherwise it is a part of the green colour)

Please, do not try to argue with me, I DO know physics. I even have some funny papers with the name of my school on them, that kinda confirm that I know physics ;)

sheedee
09-29-2004, 12:37 PM
Originally posted by mxsuprastang
Red, yellow and blue are the primary colors. End of story. Sorry to say, but you were taught wrong. Blue and yellow make green, yellow and red make orage and blue and red make purple. Nothing mixed with anything else can make blue, red or yellow. *shrug* Anyways, the colors I would like to see are blue, green, yellow, orage, purple, red, something towards white and basically anything that will look cool!


I'll try to explain again:

Colours are defined by their wavelength (spectrum). Red, Green and Blue are basic colours because their wavelengths put together cover all colours that a human eye can see.

As any photoshop user will surely confirm, you can make yellow by mixing green and red. Red and blue ARE primary colours, no dispute there. But not yellow. Yellow is a subset of red and/or green (depends on the exact hue, if it is rather orange, then it is a subset of the red colour, otherwise it is a part of the green colour)

Please, do not try to argue with me, I DO know physics. I even have some funny papers with the name of my school on them, that kinda confirm that I know physics ;)



Anyway I think an orange lightsaber would be a great addition *thumbs up*

sheedee
09-29-2004, 12:39 PM
sorry for posting this twice, my computer is really starting to p**s me off ;)

mxsuprastang
09-29-2004, 12:54 PM
Well, I don't wanna argue with the professor here, and maybe blue green and red are BASIC colors, but the PRIMARY colors are blue, yellow and red. All through pre-school and all through high school you learn that, in art, in ceramics even. Why would they go through all that trouble to teach you something that isn't true? So maybe your physics teacher said that green was a BASIC color, but yellow is the PRIMARY color. Oh, and I don't use photoshop, try mixing blue and green crayons and see if you get yellow, or blue and green paint. Then come and see me. BTW sorry for the spam......KotOR rules...

sheedee
09-29-2004, 12:58 PM
Originally posted by mxsuprastang
Well, I don't wanna argue with the professor here, and maybe blue green and red are BASIC colors, but the PRIMARY colors are blue, yellow and red. All through pre-school and all through high school you learn that, in art, in ceramics even. Why would they go through all that trouble to teach you something that isn't true? So maybe your physics teacher said that green was a BASIC color, but yellow is the PRIMARY color. Oh, and I don't use photoshop, try mixing blue and green crayons and see if you get yellow, or blue and green paint. Then come and see me. BTW sorry for the spam......KotOR rules...

Primary, basic, it's all the same ;) Anyway kotor rulez ;)
Amen brother :)

mxsuprastang
09-29-2004, 01:01 PM
http://www.netwrite-publish.com/color4.htm

"Each of these three colors must come from nature and are of primary importance."

"It is from these three colors that all the other colors are derived. Primary colors cannot be mixed by blending the other two colors together.

Each of these three colors has an infinite number of variations or hues.

Red can be a crimson hue, vermilion, brick, rust, watermelon red, tomato red, baby pink, burgundy, maroon etc. These are all red, but each has unique qualities and a personality of its own."

The colors that you are refering to are the basic colors of light, not actual coloring. So in a way, we were both right and wrong. KotOR rules.

JediLiberator
09-29-2004, 01:05 PM
I want silver like Corran Horn had in I, Jedi. Now that would be some good stuff. :D

lukeiamyourdad
09-29-2004, 02:19 PM
Originally posted by mxsuprastang
The colors that you are refering to are the basic colors of light, not actual coloring. So in a way, we were both right and wrong. KotOR rules.


We are talking about LIGHTsabers right? ;)

The primary colors of light would apply here instead of the primary colors of coloring.

Achilles
09-29-2004, 03:16 PM
Originally posted by lukeiamyourdad
The primary colors of light would apply here instead of the primary colors of coloring. :eyeraise:
Wanna try that one again?

Light and color are not separate things. Light is what allows us to see color, so to argue that "light" color is somehow different from "color" color (whatever that means) seems pretty silly to me. With all due respect sheedee and his/her degree(s), my experience has been that physicists only study light and color scientifically, not artistically. As such, physicists will talk all day about visible spectrum (ROYGBIV), but I have never seen anything in a physics book that even mentions primary colors.

Which leads me to wonder why yellow is listed as one of the visible spectrum colors if it is a "subset" of another. Maybe the scientific community could benefit from sheedee's expertise in this area. In the mean time, perhaps sheedee will be kind enough to enlighten me, since he/she DOES know physics.

EDIT: BTW, since I don't like to use argumentum ad verecundiam fallacies like some people in this thread, I will provide a link that you anyone can visit to learn more about this subject. Kinda nice that it supports what I say :D
http://www.physicsclassroom.com/Class/light/U12L2a.html

lukeiamyourdad
09-29-2004, 05:12 PM
Well I did take a physics class but I'm no expert.

To use your own site:

The complexities of color perception can be reduced if we think in terms of primary colors of light. We have already learned that white is not a color at all, but rather the presence of all the frequencies of visible light. When we speak of white light, we are referring to ROYGBIV - the presence of the entire spectrum of visible light. But combining the range of frequencies in the visible light spectrum is not the only means of producing white light. White light can also be produced by combining only three distinct frequencies of light, provided that they are widely separated on the visible light spectrum. Any three colors (or frequencies) of light which produce white light when combined with the correct intensity are called primary colors of light. There are a variety of sets of primary colors; yet,the most common set of primary colors is red (R), green (G) and blue (B). When red, green and blue light are mixed or added together with the proper intensity, white (W) light is obtained. This is often represented by the equation below:


http://www.physicsclassroom.com/Class/light/U12L2d.html


EDIT: Errr I suppose I wasn't so clear...in my last post...but anyway...

Achilles
09-29-2004, 05:22 PM
Fair enough. I suppose "There are a variety of sets of primary colors" makes this all a moot point anyway.

lukeiamyourdad
09-29-2004, 05:27 PM
This feels like the hundred years war...why did we argue about this in the first place?

Achilles
09-29-2004, 06:54 PM
Originally posted by lukeiamyourdad
This feels like the hundred years war...why did we argue about this in the first place? Pretty sure it all starts with sheedee's first post.

mxsuprastang
09-29-2004, 07:56 PM
*shrug* I'm over it. KotOR rules! And KotOR 2 will rule even more! GO LS

RedHawke
09-29-2004, 09:28 PM
Originally posted by Revan Solo
Red sabers is the colour of the sith. Normally! And I have never seen a jedi using red. Why?

You aren't looking too hard! I believe it happens a couple of times in the EU. :D

Red is just a color, nothing more, nothing less.

stingerhs
09-30-2004, 05:48 AM
Originally posted by RedHawke
You aren't looking too hard! I believe it happens a couple of times in the EU. :D

Red is just a color, nothing more, nothing less.

true, but good old george originally wanted all dard jedi to use red lightsabers. but you are correct with a few eu characters using red sabers. but again, lucas didn't want ls jedi using red sabers.

if you guys watched the extras on the dvd for epII, you would know that samuel l. jackson wanted a different color for his saber. originally, he wanted something like a reddish saber. since that didn't go over well with lucas, he settled for a purple saber. just some backround to prove how focused george lucas is about saber colors. :)

Revan Solo
09-30-2004, 06:33 AM
Originally posted by JediLiberator
I want silver like Corran Horn had in I, Jedi. Now that would be some good stuff. :D
Who is Corran Horn? And what is I, Jedi?

Aleggy
09-30-2004, 09:20 AM
Originally posted by Revan Solo
Who is Corran Horn? And what is I, Jedi?

I'm guessing I jedi is a book and Corran Horn is a character

Aleggy
09-30-2004, 09:43 AM
ok now about the argument about primary colours, there are in fact 2 different sets of primary colours one set is used by artists to mix colours and then there's the set reffered to by our physics master so in fact u r both right

RedHawke
09-30-2004, 07:41 PM
Originally posted by stingerhs
true, but good old george originally wanted all dard jedi to use red lightsabers. but you are correct with a few eu characters using red sabers. but again, lucas didn't want ls jedi using red sabers.
(clipped the rest of quote to save space)

Well stingerhs what your example arguments are stating is actually more of a "does the EU officialy exist" argument, that is beyond the scope of the statement I originally made and the thread itself.

Even George Lucas has to recognise the EU, even though he doesn't want something to happen in his SW movies, he does have to adknowledge the fact that it can and does happen in some of the stories he licenced other people to write, they are in fact "Star Wars" stories, so now Jedi can also wield red sabers it is as simple as that, the EU officialy exists as Star Wars, it is non-cannon but it is Star Wars nonetheless.

With the licencing of Star Wars EU stories, and having 2 licenced PnP RPG's with the Star Wars name as well, they also count as EU, this means the possibilities in the EU are now unlimited, and so are the variances in the rules of who can do what.

*Realises I'm on a soapbox... Drat!!!... Gets off of soapbox*

:D

Revan Solo
10-01-2004, 04:35 AM
Originally posted by Aleggy
ok now about the argument about primary colours, there are in fact 2 different sets of primary colours one set is used by artists to mix colours and then there's the set reffered to by our physics master so in fact u r both right Artists do not know colours called red or blue. They have different names, I never heard before!

stingerhs
10-01-2004, 05:55 AM
Originally posted by RedHawke
Well stingerhs what your example arguments are stating is actually more of a "does the EU officialy exist" argument, that is beyond the scope of the statement I originally made and the thread itself.

Even George Lucas has to recognise the EU, even though he doesn't want something to happen in his SW movies, he does have to adknowledge the fact that it can and does happen in some of the stories he licenced other people to write, they are in fact "Star Wars" stories, so now Jedi can also wield red sabers it is as simple as that, the EU officialy exists as Star Wars, it is non-cannon but it is Star Wars nonetheless.

With the licencing of Star Wars EU stories, and having 2 licenced PnP RPG's with the Star Wars name as well, they also count as EU, this means the possibilities in the EU are now unlimited, and so are the variances in the rules of who can do what.

*Realises I'm on a soapbox... Drat!!!... Gets off of soapbox*

:D

well, thats not really what i was tryin to say, but thats okay. :D

and actually, good ol' george actually has rubbed against eu several times in the first two movies. is he the final authority??? some may argue yes (i'm NOT one of them :) ), and others will argue that the fans have the final say. i'm not going to take a stand on either side, however. i beleive that both sides have plenty to offer, and should work together, which, btw, lucas has done little of for the first 3 episodes. :(

concerning the red lightsabers, my point was that lucas wanted consistancy in the colors in order to help the viewers define who was lightside and who was darkside. this is really just something to help the non-star wars fanatics identify ls and ds characters.

for the rest of us, whatever color fits our personality will do just fine. :D :D

...which would be the point of this thread. :p

Aleggy
10-01-2004, 07:24 AM
ok i dont know if this helps but mr lucas himself owns every book and comic book written in the star wars universe and sort of uses them as the equivelant of a star wars bible now with this in mind you are forced to realise that star wars itself has in fact grown infinitely larger than mr lucas's original vision however he still likes to try to be the master behind the idea hence why even though many fans wanted the original star wars releases on dvd he has said no your only getting the special editions on dvd and then went and added even more to them and changed a couple of scenes

and in the books the colour of ur lightsaber does not determine if ur a lightsider or darksider as many darksiders have turned to the light and still own a red saber and there are many who are struggling with what side they want to walk along so in a sense the are greysiders

but in the films mr lucas does like for it to remain constant darkside=red, any other colour=light

i myself believe that for a double bladed saber red is the only colour that works but single or dual are i prefer blue and green but thats my personal preference

and if u read the books you will find that every jedi has to make there own lightsaber (common knowledge) but that every saber is different

i even read of one that was multi-coloured and could change its length

you could also have it as a choice to have the switch on the inside of the handle so that you had to use the force to turn it on or off

and some sabers were made so that the moment they left your hand they automaticly turned off

apparently there were many other styles and types so in the end the actual colour of the blade was a choice by the jedi

so the only dark jedi have red was something lucas started in 'A new hope' but as i pointed out earlier the star wars universe has grown larger than his original vision

UrchSr
10-04-2004, 01:26 PM
Originally posted by sheedee
Well, in school I was told that primary colours are these: Red, Green and Blue. Yellow is not a primary colour, as it is a different spectrum of red. While green certainly can be made by mixing yellow and blue it does have it's own light spectrum and thus is a primary colour. It doesn't matter whether you can mix a coulour of other colours, what matters is, whether id has a spectrum of its own.

Light primary and color primary are two differant things. If you take apart a color projection TV, you see three color bulbs. Red, blue, and GREEN. Mixing colors has nothing to do with light. Science does not involve paint or crayons or anything of the like. It is called a lightsaber It is light in a spectrum of a certain color. Red, blue, and green are primary colors of light visible to the naked eye. I am aware of the paint mixing thing. Sorry, I think you can say you are both right as long as it is in context. By the way, I'm color blind. I am Blue/Green color blind to be truthful. 2/3 of the primary colors-- not 2/3 of all the colors!!

And I like an Orange lightsaber best.

jedi3112
10-06-2004, 09:46 AM
I like the Orange saber idea too, especially if it can make you a nice glass of Orange juice,. Something different instead of that good old Icewater, in the desserts of Tatooine, while watching somebody surrounded by droids die of thirst (did I spell that right, I'm not from any English speaking country?).

Aleggy
10-07-2004, 02:32 PM
you know i wouldn't mind a double bladed lightsaber green one end and blue the other

JediConsularAD
10-07-2004, 02:55 PM
in graph comm and art i was told that red blue and yellow are primary colours because they cannot be made by another colour.
thhen you have secondary colours then tertiary colours.

Have you ever thought to yourself that space must end but then what is beyond that an then that should end but what is beyond that, the human brain can't handle it and you will find yourself questioning yourself for hours.

this proves we know very little about the universe we live in.

lukeiamyourdad
10-07-2004, 07:35 PM
Dude...


Please don't try to restart that colours discussion.

And...

:eyeraise:

RedHawke
10-07-2004, 07:44 PM
^^^^
I agree! Lets all let the color subject go. :)

And :rofl:

I love the :eyeraise: smily, it relays so much information in so little space. :D

Aleggy
10-13-2004, 02:31 PM
^^^^^^

i agree i now have violent urges whenever someone mentions primary colours in front of me

i am now receiving anger management for telling an artist exactly what he could do with his paintbrushes

ok now as we can all take it as red (no pun intended) that as a new colour orange would be nice does anyone have any other ideas as to what colour would look good on a lightsaber or what colour lightsabers they are going to put in tsl

lukeiamyourdad
10-13-2004, 03:09 PM
Pink? :D

Achilles
10-13-2004, 07:56 PM
Originally posted by JediConsularAD
in graph comm and art i was told that red blue and yellow are primary colours because they cannot be made by another colour.
thhen you have secondary colours then tertiary colours.

Have you ever thought to yourself that space must end but then what is beyond that an then that should end but what is beyond that, the human brain can't handle it and you will find yourself questioning yourself for hours.

this proves we know very little about the universe we live in. Is someone going to be taking your keyboard away soon? Please say yes...

Doc Valentine
10-13-2004, 08:04 PM
Originally posted by JediConsularAD
in graph comm and art i was told that red blue and yellow are primary colours because they cannot be made by another colour.
thhen you have secondary colours then tertiary colours.

Have you ever thought to yourself that space must end but then what is beyond that an then that should end but what is beyond that, the human brain can't handle it and you will find yourself questioning yourself for hours.

this proves we know very little about the universe we live in.
How the hell does that have anything to do with the topic?:eyeraise:

Aleggy
10-14-2004, 03:32 AM
^^^^^^^
absolutley nothing except he was going on about primary colours

and do you want to know exactly what he can do with his primary colours

sorry sorry my anger management class has taught me not to give in to my baser emotions like, and that he has every right to his opinion

Sheffwang
10-15-2004, 07:00 PM
Can't resist, even though I'm new. :rolleyes:

I'll explain the thing here. Green, Cyan, and Magenta are the three primary wavelengths of light, which can be layered together at different intensities to produce different colors. When mixed equally together, they produce white light.

The primary pigment colors are yellow, blue, and red. These can be mixed together to produce different colors as well, but they are of the properties of refraction, and actually absorb all visible colors in the spectrum except those that produce their colors, and reflect their colors back. If you look through red colored glass, you only see the red color, as all the other colors are absorved by the glass, while the red is not and just transmitted through. When these are mixed together equally, i think they should produce the pigment black.

I take art at my high school, by the way.

Enjoy :D

Achilles
10-15-2004, 07:06 PM
Originally posted by Sheffwang
Can't resist, even though I'm new. :rolleyes:

I'll explain the thing here. Green, Cyan, and Magenta are the three primary wavelengths of light, which can be layered together at different intensities to produce different colors. When mixed equally together, they produce white light.

The primary pigment colors are yellow, blue, and red. These can be mixed together to produce different colors as well, but they are of the properties of refraction, and actually absorb all visible colors in the spectrum except those that produce their colors, and reflect their colors back. If you look through red colored glass, you only see the red color, as all the other colors are absorved by the glass, while the red is not and just transmitted through. When these are mixed together equally, i think they should produce the pigment black.

I take art at my high school, by the way.

Enjoy :D Sweet! I'm glad someone decided to bring this up again.

RedHawke
10-15-2004, 07:33 PM
Originally posted by Achilles
Sweet! I'm glad someone decided to bring this up again.
:rofl: Bwahahahaha!!! :rofl:
Originally posted by Sheffwang
Can't resist, even though I'm new. :rolleyes:
(Edited For Length)
This reminds me of a movie quote, perfect for this situation;

Don't make me hurt you Mike! - Tony Two-Toes from Eraser

Aleggy
10-16-2004, 04:04 PM
Originally posted by Sheffwang
Can't resist, even though I'm new. :rolleyes:

I'll explain the thing here. Green, Cyan, and Magenta are the three primary wavelengths of light, which can be layered together at different intensities to produce different colors. When mixed equally together, they produce white light.

The primary pigment colors are yellow, blue, and red. These can be mixed together to produce different colors as well, but they are of the properties of refraction, and actually absorb all visible colors in the spectrum except those that produce their colors, and reflect their colors back. If you look through red colored glass, you only see the red color, as all the other colors are absorved by the glass, while the red is not and just transmitted through. When these are mixed together equally, i think they should produce the pigment black.

I take art at my high school, by the way.

Enjoy :D

ok sheffwang i'm going to forgive u for 4 reasons

1) u apologised b4 u even started spouting what we are sick of hearing

2) u are new

3) u are still in school so therefore u dont know any better

and 4) Achilles and Redhawke have already made the apropriate digs about ur post


so dont do it again lol :D :D hope u enjoy these forums as much as i do sheffwang

Cyborgninja
10-18-2004, 03:22 PM
A black light saber ds and a white saber ls wouldn't that be cool

Aleggy
10-18-2004, 03:28 PM
ok now while i'm writing this i half expect someone to tell me i'm wrong but in star wars a new hope wasnt lukes light saber white when he was training on the falcon, i'm certain that it was supposed to be blue but it was definately white lol i could be wrong lol :D

lukeiamyourdad
10-18-2004, 04:27 PM
You're not wrong it was white. Looked weird.

stingerhs
10-18-2004, 06:14 PM
umm, yeah, its called lighting. did you guys ever notice what the primary color is in the falcon interior??? jeez, and you call ME picky...:D

Aleggy
10-20-2004, 03:24 PM
Originally posted by stingerhs
umm, yeah, its called lighting. did you guys ever notice what the primary color is in the falcon interior??? jeez, and you call ME picky...:D

ok stingerhs you're picky picky picky :D :D :D