In my last post I was mainly interested in the use of another pair of complementary colors: red and green.
To round this out, here are some more screengrabs, non-chronologically arranged according to visual aspects.
Many shots seem to be limited to two colors only. Sometimes this is achieved by having only objects of the same two hues in a shot (below right), sometimes lighting does the job. We're most familiar with color changes caused by lighting at night, or more generally speaking, when sunlight is absent (below left).
So for example to give the impression of a colorful but ultimately brown city, whole sets that are dominated by shades of red and green do the trick:
There are rooms and daytimes where red is clearly dominant:
object colors (skin tones natural)
As a contrast, in numerous colder surroundings cyan/green is dominant:
The whole city seems to be tiled or at least regularly fragmented:
Note how the stone colored tiles always lean towards red or green, depending on lighting, mood, or plane separation.
Colors are also structuring the city overall: recurring object colors subconsciously help us recognize certain large objects.
water is always greenish never pure blue, ships and bridges red.