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    ouff, no color deficency for me! :wow: one was tricky... the one with the brown-orange line on green background...

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    that test made me feel really bad and inferior i had to stop:(
    I can still paint though and havent made the tree beard mistake again:)

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    @schmackeroo: You should continue and pick out the numbers only red/green colourblind people can see.

    I\'m not colourblind at all so it seems. But I knew that as well.

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    I have perfect colour and normal vision, the best person to check this is an optometrist (sp?) after all we are all innate hypochondriacs :D

    Unfortunately this means i just suck at painting and don\'t have an excuse :D

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    Flying Colours.
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    Only problem I have is that I do have difficulty focusing on some shades of Blue due to my Astigmatism.

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    No problems seeing all the normal vision numbers and paths. However, two weird things happened while going through the test: the orange almost always hurt my eyes and what they described as \"blue-green\" in the later tests looked like olive green instead. I could also sometimes see the \"red-green\" only numbers, but they were very faint, like ghost images behind the \"real\" numbers.

    I have astigmatism, though, so maybe I have an issue with blues, too? Could also be a monitor issue.

    Kep

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    Friend of mine int he national guard was furious a couple years ago that he couldn\'t get certified at parachuting because he was colorblind. He said \"who cares if I can\'t see if the light is green or red, the green light is always on the left!\"

    they still wouldn\'t let him

    :-)

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    Yeah I didn\'t think my vision was necessarily messing up my painting, but then again it\'s only me that really gets to look at my miniatures so I could be just fooling myself.
    I guess I\'ll see what affect it has when I finally manage to take a decent picture.

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    A hobby shop owner I know told me about a fella who brought in his \"army\" for him to see. My friend says \"nice set of Brits\" Fella goes \" what da\'ya mean Brits. They\'re Russians! The old red/green. The moral: If tou\'re color blind-Don\'t paint alone.

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