Well Juho, itís kind of tough without seeing it, but it certainly does not sound like it belongs as part of the DF theme. And really, what difference does it make? If itís a quality MOC, it will stand on itís own, regardless of what you call it.
To make a proper DF mecha the WHOLE thing has to be DARK BLUISH GREY, no other colour, the only other colours are the BLACK for Detailing such as greebles and ANY other colour for STRIPING.
Main Colour for the Mech MUST be DARK BLUISH GREY. Permalink
Haha, you are like me...You have "Left Right Dislexia" It causes things to appear in places, and partially muddles up stuff....Where as in my case, I have to speed read of I can't read at all. Permalink
Quoting Juho Grohn
Oh yes, there it is. But just why was it hidden like that? "Dark bluish grey or dark grey." I don't know about others, but I read that like: "Dark, bluish, grey or dark grey." But thanks for the correction anyway.
HehÖsorry about the confusion. Dark bluish grey and dark grey are the generally accepted names for those two colors. Also, as you have noted, they would be separated by commas if they were four separate things.
I would have said dark bley instead (which is what dark bluish grey is usually called in the Lego community) but I was afraid some people would not understand. Permalink
Quoting Martin Steenbeeke
Haha, you are like me...You have "Left Right Dislexia" It causes things to appear in places, and partially muddles up stuff....Where as in my case, I have to speed read of I can't read at all.
I don't have Dyslexia but I have to speed read or else I spend hours looking through endless lists of text with little buddy icons plonked next to them. Permalink