Light Green, any hints?
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    Hi there, i wonder if somebody knows the color used on the light green parts of this miniature.

    http://www.coolminiornot.com/260794?browseid=4857968

    pastel green from vallejo is my guess. but maybe somebody really knows....

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    Why don't you send a PM to the artist himself? I have no clue anyway, might be a mixture too.
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    Yep, PM fildunn he will let you know.
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    yeah, i did but maybe he will noch check his mails or something. i think i found the color.

    http://scale-models.nl/cc-vallejo.html

    number 110 deck tan

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    Looking at the picture i would say it's possibly closer to 101 Green Grey. I use that colour a lot, although it looks darker on that chart.

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    You can try Reaper's website. they have color matching tool where you load a pic and click on the section you want to know what color it is.

    You'll only get a response in Reaper brand colors, but they're good paints so you'll be set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ktooloo
    You can try Reaper's website. they have color matching tool where you load a pic and click on the section you want to know what color it is.

    You'll only get a response in Reaper brand colors, but they're good paints so you'll be set.
    I'd recommend you not use it even if you're okay with Reaper-only suggestions. It is not remotely reliable.

    This sort of system is basically set to fail from the outset since it can't take into account variations in lighting or camera colour settings in the photo you're sampling. Then of course it can't look into any mixtures and magically determine the constituent ingredients.

    Einion

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