Forza Motorsport 4 Color Creation Database [Work in Progress]

Discussion in 'Forza Motorsport 4' started by Terronium-12, Nov 7, 2011.

  1. Squach240

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    Keep it up! I have been using this thread & your color sheet for my photomode thread! Definitely makes the cars feel right at home with the environment!
     
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  4. Frizbe

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    Over 500 colors now!
     
  5. TurboProp

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    Need a little help please, need the correct codes for Petty blue and the blue on the Gulf car paint schemes...Thanks
     
  6. RandomAlec

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    Does anyone have accurate (as much as possible) color codes for the BMW ///M badge? The red, dark blue, and light blue?
     
  7. mclarenf1papa

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    Papaya Orange code (current one doesn't look quite right): .10 L, .90 M, 93 M
     
  8. Dodgeski

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    Some new paint codes, all for the Dodge Neon SRT-4.

    Bright Silver Metallic (M) [Dodge]
    Hue: 13M
    Saturation: 02M
    Brightness: 73R

    Orange Blast Pearl (M) [Dodge]
    Hue: 08M
    Saturation: 91M
    Brightness: 87M

    Flame Red [Dodge]
    Hue: 98R
    Saturation: 89R
    Brightness: 82L

    Black [Dodge]
    Hue: 00L
    Saturation: 00L
    Brightness: 03M

    Stone White [Dodge]
    Hue: 17M
    Saturation: 04M
    Brightness: 84R
     
  9. Dodgeski

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    Anybody think they could replicate Electric Blue Pearl off of a 2004 Dodge SRT-4? Also, Solar Yellow if possible.

    Electric Blue Pearl
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    Solar Yellow
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  10. Dodgeski

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    Here are the colors for the Nürburgring Package Lexus LFA.

    Nürburgring Package Orange [Lexus]
    Hue: 09M
    Saturation: 85R
    Brightness: 95M

    Nürburgring Package Black (M) [Lexus]
    Hue: 17M
    Saturation: 6L
    Brightness: 12M

    Nürburgring Package Matte Black [Lexus]
    Hue: 67M
    Saturation: 05L
    Brightness: 22L

    Nürburgring Package Whitest White [Lexus]
    Hue: 00L
    Saturation: 00L
    Brightness: 98R

    Nürburgring Package Red (M) [Lexus]
    Hue: 100R
    Saturation: 85R
    Brightness: 58R

    Nürburgring Package Sky Blue [Lexus]
    Hue: 52M
    Saturation: 51R
    Brightness: 99R
     
  11. CyanideCola

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    Dodgeski, you need to be more specific, are they L,M, or R?

    And anyway... got a color request.
    Looking to make a Silver Green Pearl Metallic Datsun 510
    [​IMG]

    I have no clue, but the real life color code if FG0. Would like help making it.
     
  12. ewrd516

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    would love the code for the green on the project garage frs! here is a link to multiple pics, but of you need me to upload pics I can do it also, thank you! so happy I found this thread
     
  13. QuikSlvr223

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    Super Bright Yellow (Toyota)

    .17R, 1.0R, 1.0R

    And now, the moment you've all been waiting for, the colors of the Gulf livery.
    Blue: .57M, .5M, 1.0R
    Orange: .04M, .92L, 1.0R
     
  14. Speedster911

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    ^^ Well kept automobile! :D
     
  15. 88FoxBodyFan

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    Can anyone help me with making Ferrari's NART Blue?
     
  16. Crispy

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    Blazing Yellow Mica

    Hue: 0.13
    Saturation: 0.91
    Brightness: 0.92

    One of my favorite car colors! Enjoy! :tup:
     
  17. Chippy569

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    Hey T12, out of curiosity, are you just pulling the numbers off of a random internet photo, or are you actually pulling data off a paint code? Curious as if the former, there's a lot of other potential issues.
     
  18. Terronium-12

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    To be honest, it depends entirely on the color being requested.

    If I can find the actual code I'll use that, if I can find the palette swatch itself I'll use that (albeit only for flat colors), but if the only solution is using a reference image than I'll grab a couple of them in varying lighting scenarios and sample all of them from different areas around the car (lights, darks, mid-tones) and simulate the color as accurately as possible.
     
  19. Ts199451810

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    Can I get these please?

    Lazurblau Metallic - 294 (e30 sedan)

    Daytona violet metallic - 283 (e36 m3)

    they're for BMW
     
  20. Terronium-12

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    Daytona Violet is already on-file, number 93. Lazurblau is right below:

    Lazurblau Metallic (M) [BMW]

    Color 1

    Hue: 0.62L
    Saturation: 0.62R
    Brightness: 0.26R

    Color 2

    Hue: 0.60R
    Saturation: 0.59L
    Brightness: 0.38R

    NOTE: This was created in Forza 5.
     
  21. PikachuRacer11

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    Is it possible to create the paint color Surf Blue, as seen on the 2008 Dodge Caliber?[​IMG]
     
  22. bscar27

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    Could someone try out Bleu Methyl? It is a Peugeot color
     
  23. Terronium-12

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    @PikachuRacer11

    Surf Blue [Dodge]

    Hue: 0.55L
    Saturation: 1.00R
    Brightness: 0.66L

    NOTE: This was created in Forza 5.

    @bscar27

    Bleu Methyl (M) [Renault & Peugeot]

    Color 1

    Hue: 0.63R
    Saturation: 0.69R
    Brightness: 0.20L

    Color 2

    Hue: 0.56R
    Saturation: 0.89R
    Brightness: 0.51L

    NOTE: This was created in Forza 5.
     
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  25. Speedster911

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    OK, I really don't know what goes on in this thread, but I'd sure as heck like to know!

    How exactly does one achieve these color combinations in FM4?
     
  26. bscar27

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    Can you try Dark Blue Metallic? It's a Chevrolet color, here's pictures of the color from my car, I tried to give you some good reference points for the darks, lights, and other tones, however, I'd like it closer to the way it looks in the sunny pictures: 1001121_653631621367815_1770408729_n.jpg 1233488_573312392733072_197341538_n.jpg 1609661_653631608034483_751983816_n.jpg DSCF1014.JPG :
     
  27. Terronium-12

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    @bscar27, Had to find some more source material as what you've provided was giving me more of a medium gray with a blue tinge. :p

    Dark Blue Metallic (M) [Chevrolet]

    Color 1

    Hue: 0.58L
    Saturation: 0.50L
    Brightness: 0.17L

    Color 2

    Hue: 0.59R (Alternative: 0.62R)
    Saturation: 0.53L (Alternative: 0.33L)
    Brightness: 0.27L (Alternative: 0.14L)

    NOTE: This was created in Forza 5.

    Let me know how this turns out and if I need to tweak anything.
     
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  28. bscar27

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  29. lostpuppet78

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    can you do burnt orange? also the green on the rims?
    [​IMG]
     
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