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Color burning effect.

Post#1 by tim » 13 Jun 2017, 03:59


Is described a little here by "Game A Gogo" : http://game-editor.com/forum/viewtopic. ... 945#p75515
I vaguely remember this. Too bad the images for his detailed explanation is on dropbox and is no longer available.
This topic came up again since I was thinking about posterization and i want more vivid colors and wanted to try the "Color burning effect".
As Game A Gogo mentioned: "Usually redder/bluer in darker and bluer/greener in light areas :D I try using this effect in my sprites, it makes the colors more vivid and convincing."
And this should happen gradually.
I thought of a script for GIMP that you can select a start color (dark color) and end color (light color) and define how many colors you want in between then the script would show you these colors with colors in between changing gradually... I think a script would allow for more tools to play with colors.
Actually I'll go write it right now.
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Post#2 by tim » 13 Jun 2017, 06:01


I did a script but it only generates linear colors in between and that's kind'a boring.
So I won't share it.
But I found this great tool for choose colors http://tristen.ca/hcl-picker/#/hlc/5/1/1B1E2A/DFF773
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