Sparks of Insanity

Haphazard Explorations & Experiments In Fiction

Stark Contrast

The site has been revampled again. Made to look more tidy, cleaner. I liked the dark Sunspot theme and loved the layout, but as something I could bring up on my web broswer and start writing in… it just wasn’t working. The dark theme felt a little suffocaating fromt hat perspective. It’s better for presentation (especially since this new one seems to favor the use of images, which I don’t currently have attached to any of the posts), but not for feeling like a blank canvas to fill up.

This new theme is better for that purpose.

Atmosphere, tone, and backdrop are important. In music, visuals, and in writing. Given the nature of what I tend to gravitate towards this makes for a good contrast. Simple, nice white. I might even call it bland. A lot like my personal site was up until the new static background(Heart of a Lunatic), where I’ve been told before that the passionate writing was a sharp – and possibly undesirable – contrast to the bland housing it resided in. I don’t think that’s undesirable at all though. I like extremes. I like stark contrast.

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