What kind of colors do you use for debugging and visualization?

XrayezXrayez Posts: 10Member
edited September 12 in General Chat

Oftentimes, I need to visualize something in order to properly understand a problem to solve it. This kind of visualization may involve drawing lines, circles, triangles, rectangles, polygons etc.

I know many people use either red, blue or green colors for this. But perhaps you have favorite colors that you use? What set of colors you typically use for drawing?

I personally like Color.cornflower/Color.steelblue in combination with Color.orange or Color.orangered.

Color.tomato is also an interesting alternative to Color.orange.


  • TwistedTwiglegTwistedTwigleg Posts: 4,771Admin

    I generally use a really awful looking pink, like the pink for transparency that is sometimes used instead of the checker pattern, simply because it stands out like a sore thumb in most scenes. Generally it’s only for a single object though.

    I have to say though, the colors in the screenshot look really nice together :smiley:

  • xyzxyz Posts: 41Member

    I actually prefer using white for everything of that sort... or sometimes black if image is generally bright. For axis related stuff it's standard red, green, blue and yellow.

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