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RE: Missing Ldraw Colors - Sven v. Beuningen - 2017-06-07

(2017-06-06, 20:22)Merlijn Wissink Wrote: Does this color exist in LDraw? If not, would it even be necessary to add it?
Lego ID: 220
Lego Name: Light Lilac

Here's a tiny bit of information on Brickset.
It seems to be a pretty rare color.

The only thing I know is:

LEGO ID: 220
LEGO Name: Lgh. Lilac

I haven't found a single part which uses this color, but my check is from several month ago.

So Long 

Sven


RE: Missing Ldraw Colors - Ryan Howerter - 2017-07-27

(2016-12-19, 16:28)Magnus Forsberg Wrote: Based on the picture from Ryan H. I would say it ought to be like this:

334 should be mapped to new code 300 - Metallic_Copper
335 should be mapped to 82 - Metallic_Gold
336 should be mapped to 80 - Metallic_Silver

It looks to me as a "flat" metallic paint. Not a mirrorlike chrome plated surface.

I don't understand why Ryan has placed a Chrome_Gold crown and a Chrome_Silver lightsabre next to the three painted parts.
Maybe to illustrate the confusion? Two different surfaces on the same code?
That's because Lego has used "335 Gold Ink" to refer to both Chrome Gold and Metallic Gold coatings.  From what I've seen, Gold Ink is sort of a catch-all for any gold coating now. Same with 336 Silver Ink.


RE: Missing Ldraw Colors - Magnus Forsberg - 2017-12-12

(2017-03-03, 16:54)Willy Tschager Wrote: Sorry for the delay. Use the rebrickable color which is closer to what I measured with PS and 59425e for the edge.

w.

Hello Sven and Willy

The Rebrickable colour code (#96709F) is identical to what we already have at CODE 44 "Trans_Bright_Reddish_Lilac"
I think this must be corrected.

May I suggest something like #C281A5 instead.


RE: Missing Ldraw Colors - Willy Tschager - 2017-12-14

(2017-12-12, 18:35)Magnus Forsberg Wrote:
(2017-03-03, 16:54)Willy Tschager Wrote: Sorry for the delay. Use the rebrickable color which is closer to what I measured with PS and 59425e for the edge.

w.

Hello Sven and Willy

The Rebrickable colour code (#96709F) is identical to what we already have at CODE 44 "Trans_Bright_Reddish_Lilac"
I think this must be corrected.

May I suggest something like #C281A5 instead.

Fine with it.

w.


RE: Missing Ldraw Colors - Magnus Forsberg - 2017-12-14

(2017-12-14, 12:36)Willy Tschager Wrote: Fine with it.

Could you please calc a correct colour for the edges? It's a transparent colour, and should have coloured edges.
I was never able to replicate the values you created.


RE: Missing Ldraw Colors - Willy Tschager - 2017-12-15

(2017-12-14, 17:23)Magnus Forsberg Wrote:
(2017-12-14, 12:36)Willy Tschager Wrote: Fine with it.

Could you please calc a correct colour for the edges? It's a transparent colour, and should have coloured edges.
I was never able to replicate the values you created.

Please use #82566E. The conversation is easy. Reduce the Brightness in a HSB room by 25%:

http://www.workwithcolor.com/color-converter-01.htm

* The space in front of // LEGOID 309 / 336 - Metalized Silver/Silver Ink and // LEGOID 300 / 334 - Copper Drum Lacq/Copper Ink has been corrected.
* The LDCOnfig.ldr uses "Gray" because of https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/gray (variants: or less commonly grey).

w.


RE: Missing Ldraw Colors - Willy Tschager - 2017-12-15

Here is the latest update:


.ldr   LDConfig.ldr (Size: 28.45 KB / Downloads: 5)

w.


RE: Missing Ldraw Colors - Magnus Forsberg - 2017-12-15

(2017-12-15, 13:04)Willy Tschager Wrote: Please use #82566E. The conversation is easy. Reduce the Brightness in a HSB room by 25%:

http://www.workwithcolor.com/color-converter-01.htm

* The space in front of // LEGOID 309 / 336 - Metalized Silver/Silver Ink and // LEGOID 300 / 334 - Copper Drum Lacq/Copper Ink has been corrected.
* The LDCOnfig.ldr uses "Gray" because of https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/gray (variants: or less commonly grey).

w.

Thank you,

My antivirus blocks that site... Dodgy   Any other online site that can do the same simple adjustment?

Why do the offical colour file use a different spelling than what we are forced to use in the description of a patterned part?
DatHeader corrects "Gray" too "Grey" since it is american english.


RE: Missing Ldraw Colors - Willy Tschager - 2017-12-16

(2017-12-15, 17:16)Magnus Forsberg Wrote:
(2017-12-15, 13:04)Willy Tschager Wrote: Please use #82566E. The conversation is easy. Reduce the Brightness in a HSB room by 25%:

http://www.workwithcolor.com/color-converter-01.htm

* The space in front of // LEGOID 309 / 336 - Metalized Silver/Silver Ink and // LEGOID 300 / 334 - Copper Drum Lacq/Copper Ink has been corrected.
* The LDCOnfig.ldr uses "Gray" because of https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/gray (variants: or less commonly grey).

w.

Thank you,

My antivirus blocks that site... Dodgy   Any other online site that can do the same simple adjustment?

Why do the offical colour file use a different spelling than what we are forced to use in the description of a patterned part?
DatHeader corrects "Gray" too "Grey" since it is american english.


Try https://www.rapidtables.com/convert/color/ or search for "Conversion HEX to HSB/HSV".

Guess the Gray/Grey dilemma has to be forwarded to a native.

w.


RE: Missing Ldraw Colors - Magnus Forsberg - 2017-12-16

(2017-12-16, 9:46)Willy Tschager Wrote: Reduce the Brightness in a HSB room by 25%

I finally got it working.
Theres a big difference in "reduce by 25%" and "reduce by 25 percent points"....