That's a very nice palette. It's rare to find a palette where a cool color dominates and comes to the foreground.
One question I have is about the 2 percent yellow in the indigo. To me, that's usually an indication of a formula derived by software from another colorspace, either RGB or Pantone. But the other colors have nice round-numbered formulas. Do you really find a 2 percent dot visible, and necessary?
Also, what are the uses of the two very similar greens? I wonder if readers can distinguish them?
Hi Dennis and thanks for your positive feedback,
Always good to hear from others to encourage and motivate direction.
Let 2% read 20%, thanks. I use this CMYK for framing.
The original format of the map is 2.5 metres onboard ship signage, so the green textures are evident. I agree with you for smaller formats like the example below, only one choice of green would be relevant.
I wish you a pleasant and stimulating weekend.