Today I had a consultation for determining Colortimes for 5 women at the office of Joy Cervantes CPA, P.C. in Scottsdale, Arizona. Think of a Siamese cat with cool gray fur and cool blue eyes. A Cocker Spaniel with copper fur and warm toesty eyes. You see where I am going with this? In the beginning I analyze hair, eyes and skin color. The light in the conference room was fluourenscent so we went outside in the shade so I could accurately see their eye color. I helped determine which Colortime by holding cool, warm, and hot colors up to their faces to see what looked the best. I had everybody pair up once we had a rough idea of the Colortime and then documented color response. Looked something like this.
I was actually standing on the 51 freeway to snap this one for you. North should always be up when you are creating an architectural floor plan. If you ever want to impress an architect friend of yours just say North is up. This will instantly turn them on. Some guy put his North arrow pointing down on his floor plan back in architecture school and the professor ripped him a new one in front of everyone. There is no rotating plans. Yah see?
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