|Matching the rainbow-and-white of the Bifrost is hard. |
As a general piece of advice, start with all white and work down from there. First with darker shades of grey, then mix in specs of color to emphasize finer details.
For Bifrost-matching I'd try starting with all white, then taking three or four strong colors (blue, green, yellow, red, purple, violet etc.) and "sprinkle" them around until they can be discerned as being intentionally scattered and mixed that way. Then work the white down for visual texturing. You might end up with a distinguished white look with rainbow colored details that match the Bifrost.
|@PaulIndrome Thank you for response, you are literaly first person to give me any advise on that matter, really appreciated. Yes, I did bound Bifrost, and found that it is really hard to match with any colors. For start I just recolored red from this example to celestial, it works decently, but I'm still unhappy with that "super white" looking style, so will try to do that strong colors recolor. I actually tryed it aleady, but to create good balance with it is not just hard, but super hard, and most of armor not good with combining diffirent base colors on one piece. Will be experementing with it. :)|