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Difference between brown, reddish brown, and dark flesh?

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Anyway, I'm wondering, is there a significant difference between those colors. Could someone post a comparison pic?


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Okay, look at the bottom row of bricks. The one in the middle is Brown. The one to the right of it is Reddish Brown. Dark Flesh is the leftmost set of bricks in the row above.

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Okay, look at the bottom row of bricks. The one in the middle is Brown. The one to the right of it is Reddish Brown. Dark Flesh is the leftmost set of bricks in the row above.

Wrong. Brown (In Lego's terms, 25 Earth Orange) is right, as is 192 Reddish Brown. But the color you're calling Dark Flesh is actually what Bricklink calls Medium Dark Flesh (actually 312 Medium Nougat). And that's never even been used in Bionicle or Hero Factory. Bricklink's Dark Flesh is actually 217 Brown, used from 2004 to 2006.

 

5267038355_64fd1bec8d_o.pngHere's a comparison of all colors used in Bionicle, rendered with LDD. Brown (25 Earth Orange) is 1st row, 4th column; 192 Reddish Brown is 5th row, 4th column; Dark Flesh (217 Brown) is 3rd row, 4th column.


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In terms of physical parts:

 

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From left to right: Brown, Reddish Brown, Dark Flesh.


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