Getting ready for the Year in Review I was looking at all of the 2016 posts. In January I added eight 4-packs to the 4-pack Color Combination Archive. Those additional packs mean the archive is almost halfway (46%) to documenting ever possible 4-pack color combination.
But are all of the combinations really possible?
I want to take a look at two different groups of Dark Blue combinations. If we can provide examples of each of these combinations, then I believe ever color combination is possible. If not, then we have a new riddle to solve.Key: Dark Blue (DB), Light Blue (LB), Green (G), Red (R), Salmon (S), Orange (O), Magenta (M), and Purple (P)
The first combination only has one documented example.
- DB, LB, G, R
- DB, LB, G, S
DB, LB, G, O
- DB, LB, G, M
- DB, LB, G, P
DB, G, R, S DB, G, R, O
- DB, G, R, M
- DB, G, R, P
Does anyone have a 4-pack with any of the above combinations?
If you do, then please send the pictures to email@example.com.
And if you have any undocumented 4-packs, then I would love to add those to the archive too. Those pictures can also be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Speaking of adding pictures and finishing an archive, the last update to the 233 Counterfeit Collection happened three years ago. It has been stuck at 88% complete for three years. I would like to try and complete the 233 Counterfeit Collection by the end of 2017.
There are 28 counterfeit figures that need to be documented.
Lucas Rage, the King of Counterfeit M.U.S.C.L.E. figures, has provided most of the pictures. I think it would be great if we could complete it without his assistance. Not because we don’t want his help, but because we appreciate all of the work he has done.
If you have any of the remaining 28 counterfeit figures, then please send the pictures to email@example.com.UPDATE:
Did a quick scan of eBay and already found a new color combination. It wasn’t one of the specific ones I’m looking for in this post, but I’m still adding this LB, G, R, M to the archive.