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Gray vs. Bley
Hooray for Bley! 20%  20%  [ 19 ]
It's definitely time to move on (Bley). 23%  23%  [ 22 ]
Doesn't matter to me. 25%  25%  [ 24 ]
Long live Classic Gray! 32%  32%  [ 31 ]
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 Post subject: Re: Gray vs. Bley
PostPosted: Wed May 27, 2009 7:16 am 
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Dylan wrote:
BTW, in case anyone is wondering, besides gray (dark, light, and very light) being replaced with blay, brown was replaced "rown" (reddish brown). And the yellow minifigs in licensed sets were replaced with fleshies.. I hate fleshies.


I like bley, and I hope both colors continue to remain available. I hope that rown may join the BF color scheme as well, at least for some items. I don't really mind fleshies, as long as they don't take over completely. :)

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PostPosted: Wed May 27, 2009 7:19 am 
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Long live Classic Gray! [:]

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 Post subject: Re: Gray vs. Bley
PostPosted: Wed May 27, 2009 12:23 pm 
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Dylan wrote:
JediSpring wrote:
I'm with you there, Dylan. The flesh colored elements are all wrong and Lego needs to get back to their roots.

Ya. Started with NBA only giving a license if LEGO would give the minifigs flesh colors, then they started doing it for all sets. After mixing brown and yellow, of course. >.>
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From what I understand the different flesh colors (other than yellow) are used when they are depicting real people (Harrison Ford, Emma Watson, Scotty Pippen etc) Yellow is the color of humans in LEGO world. I don't think that we will see flesh colored minifigs in sets that are not licences (starwars, indy, Harry Potter, Basketball etc)


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 Post subject: Re: Gray vs. Bley
PostPosted: Wed May 27, 2009 2:42 pm 
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divonic wrote:
Dylan wrote:
JediSpring wrote:
I'm with you there, Dylan. The flesh colored elements are all wrong and Lego needs to get back to their roots.

Ya. Started with NBA only giving a license if LEGO would give the minifigs flesh colors, then they started doing it for all sets. After mixing brown and yellow, of course. >.>
-Dylan


From what I understand the different flesh colors (other than yellow) are used when they are depicting real people (Harrison Ford, Emma Watson, Scotty Pippen etc) Yellow is the color of humans in LEGO world. I don't think that we will see flesh colored minifigs in sets that are not licences (starwars, indy, Harry Potter, Basketball etc)


You're correct, we (me and the other fleshie haters) just like the old days where even licensed characters are yellow. ;)

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