Such a shame they are going to ruin all the good work by using that awful dark green.
GreensOnScreen wrote:German Shepherd wrote:ealinggreen wrote: That cannot be the final green,it must be an undercoat.The old colour is perfect for an Art Deco feature.
That's what I thought, it has to be an undercoat doesn't it ? They surely can't have that as the finished colour.
Nope, the undercoat was a dark grey, there until last Thursday. The bottle green is the final coat (unless there's a change of mind).
Biggs wrote: Repeating myself, but I think the dark green looks classy on buildings and 'branding'. On shirts lighter green is way better, and I don't see any reason at all why we can't have both rather than imposing this weird rule on ourselves.
2 large pasties please wrote: What worries me more is that it appears from the GoS photo captions that the shade of green is also the colour to be used extensively through the redevelopment i.e. Grandstand roof, side panels, paintwork, seats etc etc. It has the potential to look so dark / almost black, especially ons dull day.
Why can’t we just stick to a conventional and easily recognisable shade of green. Not too bright, not too dark, not mint green, not bottle green,just normal green, like the colour of grass.
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