Hehe. Of course. My approach is always to get a physical prototype made before I’m ever willing to produce, or certainly sell, anything. It’s way more expensive to do it this way, but you never know how something is going to work out in real life until you actually make it. Renders can be helpful in the early ideation and R&D stage, but ultimately they don’t cut it for me.
I’m actually personally really into pastels and I also just think that these color chips look really amazing together in person. This is always more important to me than the conceptual “theme” of the set, but I still think it fits pretty well within the framework of the aesthetic/images pasted above, even if it’s a bit singular and not for everybody.
I did experiment wth some more saturated options, particularly for the teal color, such as below, but I was never really happy with anything I came up with. The more saturated colors of the “Hot Calc” are pretty cool and I do like them, but a) SP doesn’t have good matches for those colors, which would require semi-expensive Pantone matching and b) I just inherently sort of like the pastel colors more, I think. Still, I might look into Pantone matching. The pink and purple in particular I think could stand to be a bit more magenta/saturated, depending on the look I’d ultimately want to go for. SP has a particularly anemic selection of stock purples in ABS.