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ZANTHERA

Kustom Crew Color Requests

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Arctic Midnight

^ Awesome, thanks. Another color to add to my list.

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JRebbert512

 

Saw this posted in another thread, it would be really cool to get this color on a Tornado...lrmp-1111-01-o%2B1958-impala-convertible

Try Slenna Brown with Pearlescent Cream.The screenshot, or rather the LSC preview itself, doesn't do it justice, but this is Sienna Brown with Bright Orange pearlescent. Cream pearlescent gave the highlights a white look; in the photo of the real car, the highlights are coppery. Bright Orange gave that look.

 

To complete the look, if anyone was interested, I would suggest: body color fender skirts, fender ornaments, and Big Worm lowrider wheels in chrome. Custom tires would be optional; the car in the photos only has a white band, not full whitewalls. All other body mods should be stock.

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Oops...I mentioned a screenshot, but forgot to actually include it! Anyway here it is, and as soon as it's light again in Los a Santos, I'll have a street shot.

 

17240783155_cd8a900da5_o.jpg

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Arctic Midnight

^ That almost looks coppertone. Oh I'd love a good coppertone in this game. Why haven't they added that?! Smh.

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^ That almost looks coppertone. Oh I'd love a good coppertone in this game. Why haven't they added that?! Smh.

Indeed.

 

Unfortunately, not even normal street lighting does this car justice in a photograph. The photo of the real car was undoubtedly professionally staged, with lights set up to hit the car from various angles. Working with just the sun, I could only get highlights on one side of the car at a time in a photo. But while driving, while moving, the light really dances on this car.

 

As a reminder, this is metallic Sienna Brown with Bright Orange pearlescent.

 

16621096403_1a23c8e238_o.jpg

 

And the original, just for side by side reference:

 

lrmp-1111-01-o%2B1958-impala-convertible

 

Now that it's done, I wonder if perhaps I should've done it as a convertible instead. I bet it would look great with a white top.

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C64fanatic

If you want the colour to be as close to copper as possible: Bison Brown Metallic with Salmon Pink Pearl.

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JRebbert512

If you want the colour to be as close to copper as possible: Bison Brown Metallic with Salmon Pink Pearl.

Sienna Brown with Bright Orange pearlescent:

16621096403_1a23c8e238_o.jpg

 

Original photo:

lrmp-1111-01-o%2B1958-impala-convertible

 

Bison Brown with Salmon Pink pearlescent:

16625906833_b6d2235b6e_o.jpg

 

That's not even close to the original photo. I would be hesitant to even call that "copper". Very oxidized copper, perhaps, like an old penny, but certainly nothing like clean copper.

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ZANTHERA

 

If you want the colour to be as close to copper as possible: Bison Brown Metallic with Salmon Pink Pearl.

Sienna Brown with Bright Orange pearlescent:

16621096403_1a23c8e238_o.jpg

 

Original photo:

lrmp-1111-01-o%2B1958-impala-convertible

 

Bison Brown with Salmon Pink pearlescent:

16625906833_b6d2235b6e_o.jpg

 

That's not even close to the original photo. I would be hesitant to even call that "copper". Very oxidized copper, perhaps, like an old penny, but certainly nothing like clean copper.

 

 

That was the idea of the color but i don't think the original suggestion was to match that color, also that Orange Pearlescent looks a bit bright maybe try gold instead, its a little more of a subtle Pearl than such a bright Orange.

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C64fanatic

 

If you want the colour to be as close to copper as possible: Bison Brown Metallic with Salmon Pink Pearl.

Sienna Brown with Bright Orange pearlescent:16621096403_1a23c8e238_o.jpg

Original photo:lrmp-1111-01-o%2B1958-impala-convertible

Bison Brown with Salmon Pink pearlescent:16625906833_b6d2235b6e_o.jpg

That's not even close to the original photo. I would be hesitant to even call that "copper". Very oxidized copper, perhaps, like an old penny, but certainly nothing like clean copper.

That's certainly true, but it looks very much like copper on my Insurgent when it's out in the sunlight. Perhaps because of the high straight sides - I don't know.

 

My bad. Sorry for waisting your money and time.

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JRebbert512

That was the idea of the color but i don't think the original suggestion was to match that color, also that Orange Pearlescent looks a bit bright maybe try gold instead, its a little more of a subtle Pearl than such a bright Orange.

Idea of which color, and what original suggestion? I'm not sure what you're talking about. MY original suggestion was to match the color of the car in the photo. I'm not sure if you're talking about a different suggestion.

 

I did look at gold pearlescent and some other colors. Everything else either looked too wrong, or left the base coat looking too brown.

 

Cream your original suggestion, would be a better pearlescent if only the base color was more orange.

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ZANTHERA

 

That was the idea of the color but i don't think the original suggestion was to match that color, also that Orange Pearlescent looks a bit bright maybe try gold instead, its a little more of a subtle Pearl than such a bright Orange.

Idea of which color, and what original suggestion? I'm not sure what you're talking about. MY original suggestion was to match the color of the car in the photo. I'm not sure if you're talking about a different suggestion.

 

I did look at gold pearlescent and some other colors. Everything else either looked too wrong, or left the base coat looking too brown.

 

Cream your original suggestion, would be a better pearlescent if only the base color was more orange.

 

 

What i mean is the Dark Copper he was suggesting was not meant to be a suggestion to match the lighter Copper. You mentioned Copper and that is one that people have been using.

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owl-man

I don't have the money or appropriate vehicles for these paints, so could someone with a Bison, Sandking or Sadler try these out?

 

2000 Isuzu

Zephyr Green
#53a286
83, 162, 134
Dragon Green
#323937
50, 57, 55
Garden Green
#395148
57, 81, 72
Meadow Green
#0d3b25
13, 59, 37
AA Yellow
#edab02
237, 171, 2
Copper Orange
#9d3110
157, 49, 16
Moonmist Grey
#8f7a70
143, 122, 112
Foxfire Red
#57232c
87, 35, 44

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elfoam

I usually use sunburst orange for a pearl on browns.

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JRebbert512

 

 

That was the idea of the color but i don't think the original suggestion was to match that color, also that Orange Pearlescent looks a bit bright maybe try gold instead, its a little more of a subtle Pearl than such a bright Orange.

 

Idea of which color, and what original suggestion? I'm not sure what you're talking about. MY original suggestion was to match the color of the car in the photo. I'm not sure if you're talking about a different suggestion.

I did look at gold pearlescent and some other colors. Everything else either looked too wrong, or left the base coat looking too brown.

Cream your original suggestion, would be a better pearlescent if only the base color was more orange.

 

What i mean is the Dark Copper he was suggesting was not meant to be a suggestion to match the lighter Copper. You mentioned Copper and that is one that people have been using.

Copper was mentioned as a description for the color on the vehicle in the photo. The goal was never to match some random shade of copper, it was to match that vehicle that copper was in reference to.

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#DXPPER

nbBbIeq.jpg

Anyone?

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nbBbIeq.jpg

Anyone?

That's some bad ass ride right there!!

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BigJoe_1
How to Properly save a Crew Color and stop it defaulting to a brighter color:

 

 

1. Enter the Hex code in the color box

 

2. Leave the box you have entered the color into open and go stright to save, the screen must look like this in order for the color to save properly.

 

L0gZ0xH.png

 

3. After you have hit the save button go to the 'Hierarchy' Tab and back to the 'Edit Crew' and then open the color box again to double check the color has saved, at this point your custom color is saved and you do not need to save again, simply exit the page or close the tab and when you start up GTA Online the Crew color will be there for you to use.

During step 3 do I need to save again for my crew color to stay at the brightness that I chose?

 

I'm doing everything as it's stated:

 

1. Type in the hex code in the box.

2. Click save while the RGB box is still showing.

3. Go into Hierarchy and then back to Edit Crew and open the color box to check that it saved.

 

Each time I've done it the color has still appeared a lot brighter in online.

 

What am I doing wrong?

 

 

Edit: Here's some colors you guys can experiment with.

 

Nissan - Pacific Blue, RGB = (26, 142, 183), HEX = #1A8EB7.

Toyota - Super Red, RGB = (249, 0, 6), HEX = #F90006.

Edited by BigJoe_1

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CaptianBackwoods

That's how the colors show up online. They need to be darkened.

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CrazyHandz

 

How to Properly save a Crew Color and stop it defaulting to a brighter color:

 

 

1. Enter the Hex code in the color box

 

2. Leave the box you have entered the color into open and go stright to save, the screen must look like this in order for the color to save properly.

 

L0gZ0xH.png

 

3. After you have hit the save button go to the 'Hierarchy' Tab and back to the 'Edit Crew' and then open the color box again to double check the color has saved, at this point your custom color is saved and you do not need to save again, simply exit the page or close the tab and when you start up GTA Online the Crew color will be there for you to use.

During step 3 do I need to save again for my crew color to stay at the brightness that I chose?

 

I'm doing everything as it's stated:

 

1. Type in the hex code in the box.

2. Click save while the RGB box is still showing.

3. Go into Hierarchy and then back to Edit Crew and open the color box to check that it saved.

 

Each time I've done it the color has still appeared a lot brighter in online.

 

What am I doing wrong?

I think all crew colors appear brighter in a game, which is why you need to set up the RGB so its slightly darker than what you want. (at least that's what I've been doing, unless there's a way to make the in-game color match the color on the social club exactly).

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BigJoe_1

 

 

How to Properly save a Crew Color and stop it defaulting to a brighter color:

 

 

1. Enter the Hex code in the color box

 

2. Leave the box you have entered the color into open and go stright to save, the screen must look like this in order for the color to save properly.

 

L0gZ0xH.png

 

3. After you have hit the save button go to the 'Hierarchy' Tab and back to the 'Edit Crew' and then open the color box again to double check the color has saved, at this point your custom color is saved and you do not need to save again, simply exit the page or close the tab and when you start up GTA Online the Crew color will be there for you to use.

During step 3 do I need to save again for my crew color to stay at the brightness that I chose?

 

I'm doing everything as it's stated:

 

1. Type in the hex code in the box.

2. Click save while the RGB box is still showing.

3. Go into Hierarchy and then back to Edit Crew and open the color box to check that it saved.

 

Each time I've done it the color has still appeared a lot brighter in online.

 

What am I doing wrong?

 

At least that's what I've been doing, unless there's a way to make the in-game color match the color on the social club exactly.

That's what I was wondering. It's the way ZANTHERA's worded it, he said it's a way to stop it defaulting to a brighter color so I was just wondering if I was doing it wrong or if he had just made a mistake.

That's how the colors show up online. They need to be darkened.

That's not what I got from the guide.

 

Sorry if I sound angry or pissed. I'm just annoyed because I spent at least 4 hours trying to get 1 color.

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CaptianBackwoods

They always default brighter, regardless of saving his way or or using inspect element.

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BigJoe_1

Ok, hopefully in time R* will fix this stuff, it's so inconvenient.

 

Haven't they ever noticed that their own RGB square doesn't have a black part at the bottom, I'm positive that this is the problem being shown to us.

Edited by BigJoe_1

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ZANTHERA

 

How to Properly save a Crew Color and stop it defaulting to a brighter color:

 

 

1. Enter the Hex code in the color box

 

2. Leave the box you have entered the color into open and go stright to save, the screen must look like this in order for the color to save properly.

 

L0gZ0xH.png

 

3. After you have hit the save button go to the 'Hierarchy' Tab and back to the 'Edit Crew' and then open the color box again to double check the color has saved, at this point your custom color is saved and you do not need to save again, simply exit the page or close the tab and when you start up GTA Online the Crew color will be there for you to use.

During step 3 do I need to save again for my crew color to stay at the brightness that I chose?

 

I'm doing everything as it's stated:

 

1. Type in the hex code in the box.

2. Click save while the RGB box is still showing.

3. Go into Hierarchy and then back to Edit Crew and open the color box to check that it saved.

 

Each time I've done it the color has still appeared a lot brighter in online.

 

What am I doing wrong?

 

 

Edit: Here's some colors you guys can experiment with.

 

Nissan - Pacific Blue, RGB = (26, 142, 183), HEX = #1A8EB7.

Toyota - Super Red, RGB = (249, 0, 6), HEX = #F90006.

 

 

Apologies for the late reply, what i mean is you do not save the second time you check the color, if you do it will then default to the brighter color.

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ZANTHERA

They always default brighter, regardless of saving his way or or using inspect element.

 

This is correct, which is why to get the right shade you should put the hex you want into a Hex color picker and make the shade lower, i recommend using this site as its the one ive been using and its been very good.

 

http://www.w3schools.com/tags/ref_colorpicker.asp

 

My tutorial was meant to show how to stop the Crew Color maker from changing it to a brighter color, but if you enter a hex as its written and shown on a computer it will go super bright when entered into the color creator and it wont be anywhere near the shade you see in the picture you got the hex from.

Edited by ZANTHERA

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ZANTHERA

So after much tooing and throwing (< intentional misspelling because its literal) I managed to finally settle on a decent take on Corvette Flame Red which is the General Lee's Color. Here is a quick Gif to show how its different from the darkest Orange.

 

2hpx3F.gif

 

Here it is in game in different light settings, please do bare in mind that this was not for a General Lee replica for myself so the wheels are not incorrect, its just not meant to be a General Lee.

 

This colors Hex is #6A1001

 

0XOXIWy.png

 

4NeAGgX.png

 

JNQMC60.png

Edited by ZANTHERA

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JRebbert512

So after much tooing and throwing (< intentional misspelling because its literal) I managed to finally settle on a decent take on Corvette Flame Red which is the General Lee's Color. Here is a quick Gif to show how its different from the darkest Orange.

 

2hpx3F.gif

 

Here it is in game in different light settings, please do bare in mind that this was not for a General Lee replica for myself so the wheels are not incorrect, its just not meant to be a General Lee.

 

This colors Hex is #6A1001

 

0XOXIWy.png

 

LyjqK9B.png

 

4NeAGgX.png

 

JNQMC60.png

I'm having some trouble understanding this entire post, and I believe my confusion stems from your repeated usage of the name "General Lee". As a name for a car, the General Lee is one very specific car: the character car from the television show Dukes of Hazard. That car was a Dodge Charger. The Dukes car in GTA is mainly based on the Dodge Charger and its name is an homage to the television show. To refer to any Dukes, or any other Charger, as "General Lee" is inaccurate. Is that what you were doing, using the name General Lee generically for the Dukes? As I said, I'm a bit confused over how you meant it.

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BigJoe_1

 

They always default brighter, regardless of saving his way or or using inspect element.

 

This is correct, which is why to get the right shade you should put the hex you want into a Hex color picker and make the shade lower, i recommend using this site as its the one ive been using and its been very good.

 

http://www.w3schools.com/tags/ref_colorpicker.asp

 

My tutorial was meant to show how to stop the Crew Color maker from changing it to a brighter color, but if you enter a hex as its written and shown on a computer it will go super bright when entered into the color creator and it wont be anywhere near the shade you see in the picture you got the hex from.

No worries about the late reply by the way.

 

I've been using Colorpicker.com and just lowering the brightness by 25% or so but your link is better so I'll use that instead, thanks :).

 

I'm still confused though. Sorry if your basically spelling it out for me and I'm still not getting it :D, the way the crew color picker works just confuses the life out of me. I get that you have to make the shade lower when first entering it but, I learned that the hard way when I first tried to replicate Pacific Blue for my Elegy.

 

What are you saying in paragraph 2 though? After the comma I just get confused again.

 

Again sorry if I'm being a pest but I still don't understand.

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ZANTHERA

 

So after much tooing and throwing (< intentional misspelling because its literal) I managed to finally settle on a decent take on Corvette Flame Red which is the General Lee's Color. Here is a quick Gif to show how its different from the darkest Orange.

 

2hpx3F.gif

 

Here it is in game in different light settings, please do bare in mind that this was not for a General Lee replica for myself so the wheels are not incorrect, its just not meant to be a General Lee.

 

This colors Hex is #6A1001

 

0XOXIWy.png

 

LyjqK9B.png

 

4NeAGgX.png

 

JNQMC60.png

I'm having some trouble understanding this entire post, and I believe my confusion stems from your repeated usage of the name "General Lee". As a name for a car, the General Lee is one very specific car: the character car from the television show Dukes of Hazard. That car was a Dodge Charger. The Dukes car in GTA is mainly based on the Dodge Charger and its name is an homage to the television show. To refer to any Dukes, or any other Charger, as "General Lee" is inaccurate. Is that what you were doing, using the name General Lee generically for the Dukes? As I said, I'm a bit confused over how you meant it.

I was making a reference to the General Lee because this is the color of the General Lee, I was saying it as if this were a replica of that car, many people have made a Dukes as close to a General Lee as possible using various shade of orange and Mecenary wheels, and in some cases the Scottish flag as I bares an overall similar resemblance to the rebel flag. Your confusion confuses me, I don't understand how a simple post can be so misconstrued.

 

 

 

 

They always default brighter, regardless of saving his way or or using inspect element.

This is correct, which is why to get the right shade you should put the hex you want into a Hex color picker and make the shade lower, i recommend using this site as its the one ive been using and its been very good.

 

http://www.w3schools.com/tags/ref_colorpicker.asp

 

My tutorial was meant to show how to stop the Crew Color maker from changing it to a brighter color, but if you enter a hex as its written and shown on a computer it will go super bright when entered into the color creator and it wont be anywhere near the shade you see in the picture you got the hex from.

No worries about the late reply by the way.

 

I've been using Colorpicker.com and just lowering the brightness by 25% or so but your link is better so I'll use that instead, thanks :).

 

I'm still confused though. Sorry if your basically spelling it out for me and I'm still not getting it :D, the way the crew color picker works just confuses the life out of me. I get that you have to make the shade lower when first entering it but, I learned that the hard way when I first tried to replicate Pacific Blue for my Elegy.

 

What are you saying in paragraph 2 though? After the comma I just get confused again.

 

Again sorry if I'm being a pest but I still don't understand.

Could you quote the part you are confused about so I can get a better understanding of where you are going wrong.

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They always default brighter, regardless of saving his way or or using inspect element.

This is correct, which is why to get the right shade you should put the hex you want into a Hex color picker and make the shade lower, i recommend using this site as its the one ive been using and its been very good.

 

http://www.w3schools.com/tags/ref_colorpicker.asp

 

My tutorial was meant to show how to stop the Crew Color maker from changing it to a brighter color, but if you enter a hex as its written and shown on a computer it will go super bright when entered into the color creator and it wont be anywhere near the shade you see in the picture you got the hex from.

No worries about the late reply by the way.

 

I've been using Colorpicker.com and just lowering the brightness by 25% or so but your link is better so I'll use that instead, thanks :).

 

I'm still confused though. Sorry if your basically spelling it out for me and I'm still not getting it :D, the way the crew color picker works just confuses the life out of me. I get that you have to make the shade lower when first entering it but, I learned that the hard way when I first tried to replicate Pacific Blue for my Elegy.

 

What are you saying in paragraph 2 though? After the comma I just get confused again.

 

Again sorry if I'm being a pest but I still don't understand.

Could you quote the part you are confused about so I can get a better understanding of where you are going wrong.

 

No problem.

 

"but if you enter a hex as its written and shown on a computer it will go super bright when entered into the color creator and it wont be anywhere near the shade you see in the picture you got the hex from."

 

After this I just get confused again.

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ZANTHERA

 

 

 


 

 

They always default brighter, regardless of saving his way or or using inspect element.


This is correct, which is why to get the right shade you should put the hex you want into a Hex color picker and make the shade lower, i recommend using this site as its the one ive been using and its been very good.

http://www.w3schools.com/tags/ref_colorpicker.asp

My tutorial was meant to show how to stop the Crew Color maker from changing it to a brighter color, but if you enter a hex as its written and shown on a computer it will go super bright when entered into the color creator and it wont be anywhere near the shade you see in the picture you got the hex from.
No worries about the late reply by the way.

I've been using Colorpicker.com and just lowering the brightness by 25% or so but your link is better so I'll use that instead, thanks :).

I'm still confused though. Sorry if your basically spelling it out for me and I'm still not getting it :D, the way the crew color picker works just confuses the life out of me. I get that you have to make the shade lower when first entering it but, I learned that the hard way when I first tried to replicate Pacific Blue for my Elegy.

What are you saying in paragraph 2 though? After the comma I just get confused again.

Again sorry if I'm being a pest but I still don't understand.

Could you quote the part you are confused about so I can get a better understanding of where you are going wrong.

 

No problem.

 

"but if you enter a hex as its written and shown on a computer it will go super bright when entered into the color creator and it wont be anywhere near the shade you see in the picture you got the hex from."

 

After this I just get confused again.

 

 

 

 

Right i see what i mean here is when you see a color you like and it was has a Hex value next to it, that will be the color in the real world, not GTA. for example if you see a nice bright red that claims the Hex is #FF0000 and it looks bright but not super bright and then you try and type the hex into the color creator it will brighten by at least 5x which is why you have to shade it down so it looks the same shade in the GTA world as it would in the real world.

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