There are differents “interpretations” of the technicolor look with Neverar’s correction and regrades based on Dr Dre’s previous samples of the corrected GOUT (in your last posts, the grading is intended to be more natural, right ?) : http://screenshotcomparison.com/comparison/199660/picture:0
It’s not so much a matter of being more natural. Despite using very different approaches, both NeverarGreat and I are more or less working towards the same end, namely to approximate the look and feel of a technicolor print. For myself an ulterior motive is to determine which colors are “correct”. For example, there have been debates on whether the Leia/R2-D2 hallway should be green. My GOUT regrade again points to the fact that it should be green (at least for the technicolor print), although it’s not as “offensive” as some feared, it would be. It looks quite natural to me, to be honest. In fact looking at this regrade, my conclusion is, that the panels in the front are just a different color from the ones in the back, namely green. In any case, like NeverarGreat I use multiple sources to do my correction, but I do not use the technicolor references provided by Mike Verta, as I feel the scan (delibirately) does not reflect the proper color relations between scenes, because the settings for the scan were altered, possibly on a scene by scene basis, to maximize detail retrieval. As a consequence, I do not believe the Tatooine scenes should be as yellow or desaturated as the Mike Verta scans make them out to be, which I argued as early as my automated correction of the -1 LPP. This is another aspect of the color timing, that the GOUT regrade “confirms”, assuming my hypothesis is accurate.