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Anime Hair and Eyes Palette by Butterfly--Empress Anime Hair and Eyes Palette by Butterfly--Empress
So I decided that since my first mock up anime skin palette is so popular, I decided it was time to make a new revision and to make an anime hair and eye color one as well. I tested painting all these colors on a picture to see how well each looked on a character. 

This anime palette was also made to make it easier to choose different values of gray for comic book making as well, to at least give me a general idea on how to make good contrasts for my comic panels. 

It took me longer to submit these because at first I was going to create this palette with a screen dot tone swatch but realized that would become too tedious, as there is no wrong way to use CSP's screentone feature. (Maybe one day, if I find it actually necessary, I might but I think have the gray values of the colors in these palette prove a to be very helpful). 

I've tried to explain how these color palette works, but again, I'll explain. 6 out of the 8 blending colors: Multiply, Screen, Add (Glow), Overlay, Glow Dodge, and Hard Light are modes you can find in Clip Studio Paint (You can also find most of these blending modes in Photoshop as well).

The 'Shade' and 'Light' colors are colors that I personally picked, that aren't produced by using a blending mode. 

As always, if you like, fave, if you use, credit! \^w^/

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Anime Skin Palette Redux by Butterfly--Empress
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sakura4568 Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2017  Student Artist
Thanks so much for this. Thank U so much
Butterfly--Empress Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You're very welcome!
sakura4568 Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2017  Student Artist
This will definitely help me when it comes to deciding on my OCs hair and eye color
this is really cool. I've been searching for color palletes since my laptops monitor has a tendency to add a slight bluish tint to everything.

The various colors beneath the main and grey are produced when the main color is drawn in that blending mode, right? So essentially people who do not have access to the blending modes can still produce a similar result. 
Butterfly--Empress Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist

Yes, when the main color is set on another layer and you change that layer's blending mode from Normal to Multiply or Color Dodge, etc. Yea! (You can set the same blending modes to your brushes as well but I personally don't do that often). 

I'm glad you find it useful!
No prob! 

Makes so much sense now. It really is  a cool pallete layout you have here. Yes! It help a lot. 
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March 10
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