USC Millenium Falcon - coloring confusion


USC Millenium Falcon - coloring confusion
#1
Hallo community,

I designed an escape pod for my USC MF and wanted to save it in an proper building instruction. So I´m an bloody beginner with MLCad. I send a request to LEGO, about the used color palette. I received this list:

Quote:154 - New Dark Red
21 - Bright Red
41 - Tr. Red
1 - White
42 - Tr. Light Blue
322 - Medium Azur
23 - Bright Blue
102 - Medium Blue
140 - Earth Blue
24 - Bright Yellow
26 - Black
48 - Tr. Green
28 - Dark Green
330 - Olive Green
106 - Bright Orange
194 - Medium Stone Grey
199 - Dark Stone Grey

138 - Sand Yellow
05 - Brick Yellow
192 - Reddish Brown
312 - Medium Nougat
315 - Silver Metallic

Starting with the mainly used colors of the surface (I marked them bold), I am not able to assign these in MLCad selectable colors - neither with the numbers, nor with the names. I am confused, is that now "light gray", "light bluish gray", "very light bluish gray", ...?

Totally puzzled
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RE: USC Millenium Falcon - coloring confusion
#2
(2018-11-02, 19:44)Pueschel Wrote: Hallo community,

I designed an escape pod for my USC MF and wanted to save it in an proper building instruction. So I´m an bloody beginner with MLCad. I send a request to LEGO, about the used color palette. I received this list:

Quote:154 - New Dark Red
21 - Bright Red
41 - Tr. Red
1 - White
42 - Tr. Light Blue
322 - Medium Azur
23 - Bright Blue
102 - Medium Blue
140 - Earth Blue
24 - Bright Yellow
26 - Black
48 - Tr. Green
28 - Dark Green
330 - Olive Green
106 - Bright Orange
194 - Medium Stone Grey
199 - Dark Stone Grey

138 - Sand Yellow
05 - Brick Yellow
192 - Reddish Brown
312 - Medium Nougat
315 - Silver Metallic

Starting with the mainly used colors of the surface (I marked them bold), I am not able to assign these in MLCad selectable colors - neither with the numbers, nor with the names. I am confused, is that now "light gray", "light bluish gray", "very light bluish gray", ...?

Totally puzzled

Hi

Maybe this helps:
https://www.1000steine.de/de/info/farbreferenz/#id2

Regards Johann
If nothing goes right, go left.
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RE: USC Millenium Falcon - coloring confusion
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(2018-11-02, 19:44)Pueschel Wrote: Hallo community,

I designed an escape pod for my USC MF and wanted to save it in an proper building instruction. So I´m an bloody beginner with MLCad. I send a request to LEGO, about the used color palette. I received this list:

Quote:154 - New Dark Red
21 - Bright Red
41 - Tr. Red
1 - White
42 - Tr. Light Blue
322 - Medium Azur
23 - Bright Blue
102 - Medium Blue
140 - Earth Blue
24 - Bright Yellow
26 - Black
48 - Tr. Green
28 - Dark Green
330 - Olive Green
106 - Bright Orange
194 - Medium Stone Grey
199 - Dark Stone Grey

138 - Sand Yellow
05 - Brick Yellow
192 - Reddish Brown
312 - Medium Nougat
315 - Silver Metallic

Starting with the mainly used colors of the surface (I marked them bold), I am not able to assign these in MLCad selectable colors - neither with the numbers, nor with the names. I am confused, is that now "light gray", "light bluish gray", "very light bluish gray", ...?

Totally puzzled

This might help too: http://www.ldraw.org/article/547.html
Jaco van der Molen
lpub.binarybricks.nl
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RE: USC Millenium Falcon - coloring confusion
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(2018-11-02, 20:34)Jaco van der Molen Wrote:
(2018-11-02, 19:44)Pueschel Wrote: Hallo community,

I designed an escape pod for my USC MF and wanted to save it in an proper building instruction. So I´m an bloody beginner with MLCad. I send a request to LEGO, about the used color palette. I received this list:


Starting with the mainly used colors of the surface (I marked them bold), I am not able to assign these in MLCad selectable colors - neither with the numbers, nor with the names. I am confused, is that now "light gray", "light bluish gray", "very light bluish gray", ...?

Totally puzzled

This might help too: http://www.ldraw.org/article/547.html

I knew that there is the synopsis here in the forum too, but it was too stupid to find it. Angry
If nothing goes right, go left.
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