Multiply Color/Screen Color

(Updated 05/19/2022)

This is a convenient function that allows you to composite a specified color on an object using multiply and screen.
Since the specified color can be interpolated as a key form, color changes can be incorporated into the movement like opacity.
Drawing objects and deformers support this feature.

 

Multiply Color and Screen Color can be used simultaneously.
From simple color changes such as lighten or darken, to fills and simple color adjustments can also be made.

Multiply Color

Darkens the target object by multiplying and combining colors.


 

Default Color


The default Multiply Color is white (#FFFFFFF).
White outputs the color of the object as it is.

The reset button on the right side allows you to return to the default color.

 

Screen Color

Screen compositing of colors brightens the target object.


Default Color


The default Screen Color is black (#000000).
Black outputs the color of the object as it is.

The reset button on the right side allows you to return to the default color.

 

Color propagation

If a color is set on the parent deformer, it will be reflected in the child objects.
If you want to change the color of the entire object, change the color of the parent deformer.

 

Example of use

Brightness Adjustment

Multiply Color and Screen Color for easy brightness adjustment.

 

Fill in the Specified Color

The [Multiply Color] can be set to black (#000000) to fill the image with the [Screen Color].


 

As shown in the center image, colors tend to be dull because they are darkened by only compositing [Multiply Color], but as shown in the right image, colors can be expressed beautifully by filling [Multiply Color] with black and compositing colors using [Screen Color].


 

Color Adjustment

The color of the entire model can be changed, and ambient light, such as sunset or night, can be easily rendered.

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