[color=#008000;][font="'lucida sans unicode', 'lucida grande', sans-serif;"] As for recoloring, I am still of the old school that uses the eraser from MSPaint. When using this method, you arrange two of Matoran Onknu's color columns side by side: one the color that the model is (let's say green) and one the color that you want it to be (let's say blue). You use the eyedropper to left-click the top and lightest color from the green column, and right-click on the top and lightest color from the blue column. Once you have done this, you can use the eraser to color every part of the kit model that is the lightest shade. Just hold the right mouse button down and drag the eraser over the entire model. It will replace every pixel that is the lightest green color with the lightest blue color. There are three benefits to this method. Firstly, you preserve color integrity which is very important if you plan to upload any work that you want others to recolor themselves. Secondly, the color among all your models will be uniform. If you have a village full of unique Ga-Matoran, and you color them all using this method, you can be certain that they will all be the same shade of blue. Finally, this method can be done using only MSPaint, which is why I started using it. I didn't have access to fancy dooferhoofers like GIMP. Today of course, GIMP is a swell way to color models quickly and efficiently.[/color][/font]
Edited by Roablin, May 01 2013 - 08:20 AM.