I'm a mod on the actual Wiki. Those two are my friends, and I do not appreciate you talking about them that way. You shouldn't be disrespecting users in the first place, especially if they're powerusers.
So My prototype version of chat header background with hexagons is done. Tell me if you like it By the way, when in chat header background is image we can't use gradient color. We can use only one color, but not gradient. Check this out.
You can make whatever you like! Just leave a message and a link if you'd like to show me anything you're working on or finished, and I can give you my opinion, and the admins' opinions, too, if you'd like.
(If you're here for recoloring too, you might want to wait a while - we've got four months (aka a long time) to pick which colors we're using - and right now the theme is lowkey a mess)
(heck, if you'd like to help me with the colors for what on multiple versions of the Book 11 theme, I'm totally open for it)
Four months to make more than one version - right now, I have two possible themes in mind: one with the dragon's dark green as the bg, and one with an orange bg (currently) to go with the land and sky behind the dragon (think about how the full cover will look, and how the wiki will match it).
Just let me know when you'd like to take a poke at things here
(Also, check out the chat here - we're testing an image in the chat theme)
I like the color of the first post, but not the links (especially, since they seem to sink into the page), buttons, toolbar--the pink-purple color just does not blend right with the dark green background.
For the links, I suggest using a brighter green (such as #00cc00), or anything that stands out more than the regular text.
Also, the Rail Modules are hard to read, and I believe that the color of icons cannot be changed. Maybe something like this?
OKAY, I'm planning to make two themes: the base colors will be the purple of the dragon's scales and wings, with the green and blue as added elements, then the second will be based on the orange of the background
Once I actually finish one of these, that's the best time to make changes