Giving this set one more round of interest check to see any feedback that the community may have.
While the general trend for keysets right now seems to be a more subdued and refined look, I would like to introduce something disgustingly contrary to that.
This set is based off of the classic video game character Spyro the Dragon. I remember as a kid always wanting to play Spyro on my mom’s friend’s PS1 because I thought there was nothing cooler than gliding around as a freaking purple dragon. This set is all about capturing that nostalgic feeling.
The alphas are purple to represent the retro character’s purple scales while the modifiers are a vibrant orange for two reasons. Spyro the Dragon on PS1’s cover art features a gorgeous orange in fire underlining Spyro’s name, and in the final installment of Spyro (Dawn of the Dragon) his wings were a beautiful orange. The bonus enter and escape keys are there to represent Spyro’s best friend and dragonfly, Sparx.
I was conscious when designing this set to use GMK stock colors (orange - V2, purple - DY, yellow - CV) to keep costs down and create a more predictable outcome with the colors. All suggestions welcome except for “tone it down”. Purple and orange have no chill.
It looks like this.