LDraw.org Discussion Forums
Updated LDConfig.ldr file - Printable Version

+- LDraw.org Discussion Forums (https://forums.ldraw.org)
+-- Forum: General (https://forums.ldraw.org/forum-12.html)
+--- Forum: Official File Specifications/Standards (https://forums.ldraw.org/forum-32.html)
+--- Thread: Updated LDConfig.ldr file (/thread-23434.html)

Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8


Updated LDConfig.ldr file - Willy Tschager - 2019-05-24

Guys,

as a follow up to:

https://forums.ldraw.org/thread-23341.html
https://forums.ldraw.org/thread-22739.html

here is an update of the color file with a rearrangement of some RGBs, LEGO ID as well as new rubber colors in the 10000 range:

[attachment=3657]

Have a look and let me know.

w.


RE: Updated LDConfig.ldr file - Jaco van der Molen - 2019-05-27

(2019-05-24, 10:34)Willy Tschager Wrote: Guys,

as a follow up to:

https://forums.ldraw.org/thread-23341.html
https://forums.ldraw.org/thread-22739.html

here is an update of the color file with a rearrangement of some RGBs, LEGO ID as well as new rubber colors in the 10000 range:

Have a look and let me know.

w.

Thanks. Some colors indeed look better!


RE: Updated LDConfig.ldr file - Steffen - 2019-05-27

Hi, thanks!
I have some questions:

(1)
why is now LDRAW color "0 !COLOUR Fabuland_Brown" associated with LEGO color "4 - Brick Red"? - this seems wrong to me
[Image: attachment.php?aid=3677]

(2)
Philo/Willy, can you give an example part where the new color "Fabuland_Orange" applies to?
I would like to update the required Fabuland figure assemblies accordingly using the new color

(3)
the CR/LF is missing in the last line of the ldconfig.ldr file posted here


RE: Updated LDConfig.ldr file - Steffen - 2019-05-27

here is a summary of the differences:

changed RGB codes for the following LDRAW colors:
- Tan (19)
- Magenta (26)
- Flesh (92)
- Earth_Orange (366)
- Fabuland_Brown (450)

newly added LDRAW colors:
- Coral (353)
- Light_Orange_Brown (507)
- Fabuland_Red (508)
- Fabuland_Orange (509)
- Rubber_Green (10002)
- Rubber_Magenta (10026)
- Rubber_Lavender (10031)
- Rubber_Reddish_Brown (10070)
- Rubber_Bright_Light_Yellow (10226)
- Rubber_Dark_Brown (10308)
- Rubber_Dark_Red (10320)
- Rubber_Dark_Azure (10321)
- Rubber_Medium_Azure (10322)
- Rubber_Light_Aqua (10323)
- Rubber_Dark_Orange (10484)

modified associated LEGO Color ID of
- Salmon (12)
- Fabuland_Brown (450) -----------> THIS IS PROBABLY AN ERROR, SEE SEPARTE POST
- Chrome_Gold (334)
- Chrome_Silver (383)
- Metallic_Silver (80)
- Metallic_Green (81)
- Metallic_Gold (82)
- Metallic_Dark_Grey (87)


RE: Updated LDConfig.ldr file - Magnus Forsberg - 2019-05-27

This post on New Elementary was the reference when we reordered some of the values.

http://www.newelementary.com/2019/05/colours-used-lego-fabuland-theme.html

I'll take a closer, and more focused, look at the difference at the end of this week. Don't have the time now...


Pastel Green - Philippe Hurbain - 2019-05-28

(2019-05-27, 20:22)Magnus Forsberg Wrote: This post on New Elementary was the reference when we reordered some of the values.
http://www.newelementary.com/2019/05/colours-used-lego-fabuland-theme.html
I'll take a closer, and more focused, look at the difference at the end of this week. Don't have the time now...
A color we are still missing from this chart is 14/Pastel Green (used in Fabuland crocodile, and also several Duplo parts such as a "famous" shower head). Bricklink mixes this colour with lime, though the colour itself is significantly less yellowish. If we don't create a new colour, I propose at least to change "// LEGOID 119 - Bright Yellowish Green" to "// LEGOID 119 / 14 - Bright Yellowish Green / Pastel Green". But the crocodile would clearly benefit from a better color hue...

[attachment=3678]
Scan of pastel green Duplo part next to lime tiles. Bottom lime is ldconfig lime color. Measured color: #ace35e


RE: Pastel Green - Magnus Forsberg - 2019-05-31

(2019-05-28, 6:45)Philippe Hurbain Wrote: But the crocodile would clearly benefit from a better color hue...

Scan of pastel green Duplo part next to lime tiles. Bottom lime is ldconfig lime color. Measured color: #ace35e

Yes, I agree, we should add Pastell Green to the chart. I don't like the yellowish croc....

@Steffen.
Any more comments on the change for Fabuland brown?

Could you create a list of all the shortcuts/files using code 366 and 450 ?
I want to understand how "big" this isuue is.


RE: Updated LDConfig.ldr file - Jaco van der Molen - 2019-05-31

(2019-05-24, 10:34)Willy Tschager Wrote: Guys,

as a follow up to:

https://forums.ldraw.org/thread-23341.html
https://forums.ldraw.org/thread-22739.html

here is an update of the color file with a rearrangement of some RGBs, LEGO ID as well as new rubber colors in the 10000 range:

Have a look and let me know.

w.

I am not happy with color LDraw color 29 Bright Pink - LEGO color 222 Light Purple.
Medium Dark Pink comes visually closer to this IMHO.
Perhaps we can look into this by taking some measurements with a real brick?


RE: Pastel Green - Willy Tschager - 2019-06-04

(2019-05-28, 6:45)Philippe Hurbain Wrote: A color we are still missing from this chart is 14/Pastel Green (used in Fabuland crocodile, and also several Duplo parts such as a "famous" shower head). Bricklink mixes this colour with lime, though the colour itself is significantly less yellowish. If we don't create a new colour, I propose at least to change "// LEGOID 119 - Bright Yellowish Green" to "// LEGOID 119 / 14 - Bright Yellowish Green / Pastel Green". But the crocodile would clearly benefit from a better color hue...


Scan of pastel green Duplo part next to lime tiles. Bottom lime is ldconfig lime color. Measured color: #ace35e

So this would become?

0                              // LEGOID  14 - Pastel Green

0 !COLOUR Fabuland_Pastel_Green                                       CODE 510   VALUE #ACE35E   EDGE #333333

w.


RE: Updated LDConfig.ldr file - Willy Tschager - 2019-06-04

Here's also the picture I took in Billund of all the rubber parts I got my hands on:

[attachment=3715]

Please compare with the 10000 range we added (not considering the shades of dark brown as they are to subtle).

w.