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Farbentafel by skryingbreath Farbentafel by skryingbreath
Inspired by [link]

And it all went up into the blue.
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:iconrmalo5aapi:
rmalo5aapi Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2009
oh!
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crymz Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2009
so cool.
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Sx2 Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
im not sure what it is, but im really drawn to this piece. love it!
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MyriamRockGirl Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2008  Professional Interface Designer
awesome!! :)
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Catastrophic-Demise Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2008
I like how the colours mix together.
I just found out today that ours do not allow us to see pure red!
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skryingbreath Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2008
What do you mean pure red?
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:iconcatastrophic-demise:
Catastrophic-Demise Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2008
We tend to see red mixed with blue or yellow. We only see through so many colours. I wish I could find the article I read.
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skryingbreath Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2008
Isn't it Red Green and Blue that we see? Everything else is just a mix. [link]
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toragurl03 Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2008   General Artist
All of our colours are mixes of RGB, but we can't really see ABSOLUTE red just bluey or orangey tints of it...
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:iconskryingbreath:
skryingbreath Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2008
Sometimes I wish I were a scientist so I could research these things.
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vbc150 Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
this is sick
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Bheeshoom Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2008  Professional Interface Designer
well inspired!!! liked it!!
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Pathard Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2008
R.O.Y.G.B.I.V. but in German? Awesome.
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arcticTransfuse Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2008
Top one ftw.
Also, red is just spelled 'rot' now.
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skryingbreath Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2008
Someone else told me that, but I know not to trust you fucking germans! =P
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arcticTransfuse Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2008
SIEG!
I mean, eh, ok then.
I have no idea why it's Roth on Goethe's. Weird.
Also, new icon ftw.
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odiumediae Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2008  Student Writer
Because in the 18th century, the time of the life of Goethe, orthography was not regularized in Germany. So basically everyone who was able to write did it the way it sounded "right" to him. I Germany (I am German) "roth" and "rot" are pronouced the same, while English speakers would pronounce both words differently. This is why it sounds so awkward to you.
I hope this explanation helps.
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arcticTransfuse Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2008
Ach ja, das hab ich vergessen.
Ich wusste schon dass ,,roth'' die selbe (die selbe? dasselbe? kA) klingt, wie ,,rot'', doch ich dachte nicht dran.
Danke.
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odiumediae Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2008  Student Writer
Very nice!

"(die selbe? dasselbe?)" - genauso

Within the last few years I've encountered some people who thought "German is the lagunage of the Nazis and as such it's soooo cool" (believe it or not, this is a quote) and some people who thought throwing an English sentence into a translation program will magically create the grammatically correct sentences, but your answer was right (well, except the one thing).

Your sentence, actually, is too well translated for having been thrown into a translator. Since I love linguistics, I would really like to know where or when did you learn German? It's a nice feeling to receive an answer in one's native language.
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arcticTransfuse Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2008
Jo aber ist's 'die selbe' oder 'das selbe/dasselbe'? :P

Na, Leute hier sagt auch, dass alle Deutscher Nazis sind, aber ich glaube, dass sie nur das sagen - sie glaubt das nicht - es ist nur aus jux. Es ist so mit alle Ausländer - wir sagen dass Amerikaner blöd und dick sind. Während das hat ein bisschen wahrheit, dass ist nicht immer so. :P

Ich spreche noch nur wenig Deutsch: Ich lerne Deutsch seit drei/vier jahren, erstens in der Schule aber dann habe ich mich mit deutscher angefreundet und mit die deutsch gelernt, oder könnte ich nicht ein richtigen gespräch führen. (Wir lernen nur wirklich einfache dingen drin - wie man sagt einen Satz, nicht wie man spricht Deutsch, wenn das sinn hat.) Lerne doch mehr jeden Tag. :]

Ich benütze nicht oft webübersetzer denn die hat meistens keinen sinn. Übersetz etwas von Englisch in Deutsch und zurück, dann kriegt man etwas grundverschieden von deine Originalsätze. D:
Benütze nur Dict.cc (um mich meine sätze zu checken).

Es scheint dass alle Deutscher sehr gut Englisch sprechen, aber sie lernen's früher als uns - von wie alt?

Danke. :]
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odiumediae Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2008  Student Writer
German is a bit complicated when dealing with all the different pronouns and articles, but since you are really interested and I enjoy meeting native English speakers leraning oe wanting wanting to learn German, I am going to explain it to you as good as I can:
"dieselbe" refers to plural or to singular female nouns (directly or indirectly). "Derselbe" refers to singular male nouns (directly or indirectly). "Dasselbe" refers to singular neutral nouns, but can also refer to situations and circumstances (for example, "it's the same sitation as last time" = "es ist dieselbe Situation, wie beim letzten Mal") In this case you refer to e.g. the word "Situation" directly, so it's necessary to use the correct definite article (German: "bestimmter Artikel"), "die Situation", so it's "dieselbe". If you refer to the same situation without naming it, you can say "es ist dasselbe, wie beim letzten Mal" = "it's the same as last time".
I know, it sounds awfully complicated, but I hope I could explain it to anyway. But if you have any further questions, feel free to ask me and I will do what I can.
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skryingbreath Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2008
FOR THE MOTHERLAND.
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arcticTransfuse Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2008
Russia = Motherland.
Germany = Fatherland - Vaterland.
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pica-ae Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2008  Professional Interface Designer
hehe... i had to think of [link] ...Geothe is quite surprising, you know :D
but this looks really cool
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Kopenhaver Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2008
When i saw this i immediately thought of the picture on Wiki.
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