Jenny 100, you get a nice great big picture of the correct colors if you click on the sheet with the correct code in the upper right hand of the puzzle itself which brings a large and quite readable rendering front and center.
No, I got a bigger picture with terrible coloration.
Practically unusable even for the first paint puzzle.
Useless for the second one.
You didn't have to go to all that trouble and use what are apparently much smaller copies in the walkthroughs.
The walkthrough at least had reasonably accurate colors, though they weren't distinguishable in the four tiniest sections. And the video walkthrough was best of all, because it was both large and the colors were clear.
I found the enlarged template because I figured there had to a more accessible better rendering within the puzzle itself--not just a small, crumpled one in the corner--and I eventually found it right in front of my eyes.
Yes I clicked that small picture and got it bigger.
It still had terrible coloration.
If yours was clear, and with accurate colors, I have no explanation for why mine would be so different.
I'm still replaying Dream of Ruin and am on the the slider, which for me is rather complex because there are more than 12 or 9 tiles, nothing like as diabolical as the one in that Umberto Eco "Name of he Rose" inspired abbey adventure game but tough enough for the likes of me. I've quit for a bit because, unlike the watercolor mixing one, I have no notion what the completed image is supposed to look like; there is no handy in game reference picture; and thus far I have refused to consult the guide. I get it's a warrior/scholar in front of a dragon headed shield; other details are elusive even with lighted shaped that can clearly only in certain squares.
I looked up what the end result was supposed to look like. I had trouble with it because my first try somehow got into an unsolvable configuration. When I restarted the slider, I was able to solve it without much trouble.
Dream of Ruin certainly had more challenging puzzles than Ruby Ring.