Quick Tip on Getting the character colors that you want.

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  1. Brandi

    Brandi Green Slime

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    If you have any type of art program, such as photoshop, just use the color selection tool and read the RGB coordinates, and just copy those when making your character :3

    It seems that some colors are impossible to achieve, though, as at some points it wont let me even move certain colors downwards =/

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  2. Phasair

    Phasair Squirrel

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    Yeah, apparently you can't do black, there seems to be some kind of minimum value. It's pretty weird, I can't think why they would put that limitation in, they hate black?

    anyway, this is pretty useful, also because a lot of stuff is already known in terms of RGB-values

    blonde hair: 216/192/120
    jeans blue 66/82/108

    Of course, there is a lot of variation, and these are just examples, but you can check a lot of colors in terms of RGB-values just on google
     
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  3. Brandi

    Brandi Green Slime

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    Yeah, I would have liked to make some things pure black, oh well ;c
     
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  4. SuperAjXX

    SuperAjXX Demon Eye

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    I've Found That An Easy Way To Get Black is To Make All Values 75/75/75 That's probably The Closest You Can Get Without Using Inventory Editor.
     
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  5. Gabriel91SatanGod

    Gabriel91SatanGod Cursed Skull

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    To get black, you just have to make all three 50!
     
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    I've been doing this for quite a while. Nice to see other people doing it as well :D
     
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  7. SuperChobot

    SuperChobot Slimer

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    Yeah, you can't get utter black because otherwise you could make your character look like a silhouette, but you can go 50/50/50 and that's pretty close to black.
    OT: Yeah, I've been doing this for a while now. Especially for things like skin color and stuff, which I have trouble making without doing this.
    EDIT: Well, I CAN do it but it almost always shows up with a small tint of yellow or something.
     
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