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Re: UCC4
« on: March 04, 2018, 02:21:38 pm »
@_iPhoenix_ I have a palette of shades of gray now. Is the entered color going to replace the lightest of all these shades?
Also, what is meant by number of walrusses involved?

The color will apply an even tint to each of the shades of gray, such that a light gray will turn into a brighter version of the color, a darker gray will turn into an even darker version of the color, but black will stay black and the tusks and eyes will stay the same color. (I accomplished this task by converting to HSV and back, though I think there are easier solutions)

The eye color (by default, blue) should be individually manipulated in the same fashion.

I'm just referring to the fact that there should be just over 33.5 million possible :3= 's (If my math is correct)
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