You can use the Colour Fade effect to change specific colours in your artwork with custom colours.
In the Node View, click on the Layer Properties button of the Colour-Correct node.
The Layer Properties dialog of the Colour-Correct node appears.
- Do one of the following:
- In the Palettes list, select the palette containing the colour that you want to change. Then, in the Colours list, select the colour swatch for the colour you want to change.
- If the colour you want to override is visible in the Camera or Drawing view, you can instantly selected it by clicking on the Colour Eyedropper button above the Colours list, then clicking on the colour in the Camera or Drawing view. The colour will be selected in the Colours list.
Click on the Add button between the Colours list and the Individual Colour Overrides list.
The swatch is added to the Individual Colour Overrides list.
In the Individual Colour Overrides list, in the row for the colour you just added, click on the drop-down button right of the Mode column to select the colour override mode:
- Override Colour: If this colour is overridden by one of the palettes in the Whole Palette Overrides list, this option will prevent this specific colour from being overridden.
- Colour Not Visible: Areas filled with the selected colour become invisible.
- New RGB Only: Areas filled with the selected colour fade to a new colour with custom red, green and blue values, but the colour’s alpha value remain unchanged.
- New Alpha Only: Areas filled with the selected colour value fade to the same colour with a different alpha value.
- New RGBA: Areas filled with the selected colour fade to a new colour with custom red, green, blue and alpha values.
- If you selected New RGB Only, New Alpha Only or New RGBA, click on the colour swatch in the New column to open a colour picker and select the new colour and/or alpha values.