Monday, October 8, 2012

They grow up so fast... Pastel Crystals


Since I had the opportunity to play with the Pastel Crystal male, I wanted to bring out my Pastel Crystal hold back and have a comparison for you all out there.

As I have mentioned several times before, the Crystal stuff grows into its colors (or lack thereof), and this is a perfect example.

As you can see here, the 2012 Pastel Crystal is much more purple, with a pink tone to him.

The older Pastel Crystal has grown out of those colors, and has established a nice bright yellow, as well as much deeper contrast between the yellows and the whites.


The head coloration is not easily seen here, as the adult was being a brat, but the head coloration is still washed out, but with a purple tone. It is the only purple area of the adult animal.
 
Here we have it much more visible, and obvious. The babies, dare I say it, are not as attractive as the adults.

The adults GLOW...

Wherein the baby has a bit of growing to do before he can establish that type of color. It usually takes around six months to a year for the colors to really shine thru, so he has some time as well.


I hope this was helpful to those of you that were wondering about the Crystals and how they develop.

Have a great day, my friends!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

WOWW!! amazing crystals! u should put a photoshoot with ALL your crystals including the fire and other special combos

Heather Wong said...

LOL. That would need a be a wide angle lens...

I will see what I can do. Thanks for the suggestion!