Do you still have requests to do on your compatibility blog? Because I sent a request a while ago and idk maybe you are still doing the requests or maybe you didn't get it (but take your time ofc :)
yes i still have requests to do. i probably have gotten it so don’t worry :) i’m really busy atm with school and i don’t want to rush through them and post things that aren’t good quality for you guys. i promise to get back on requests when things settle down x
formal announcement that i don’t care about snk anymore. i’ve drifted in and out of the fandom for a long time but i think this might be for good. i’m pretty much done with fandom interaction. i don’t want to go out all bitter and shit, but i had to spend so much time curating my dashboard that it became pointless. there are only so many people you can block or unfollow.
i’ll still be here, just blogging in a different capacity. i have one request left and a few things sitting in my drafts but idk my dudes. we’ll see what happens.
Alright, so I’ve got like three things in my drafts in the same set up as the first three pictures I posted for the reverse au. But I wanted to ask you guys what you wanted to see from it, anything you want to request, if you have any questions, those sorts of things. I might post something explaining more in depth each of the characters and how they are in the reverse au, but idk if you guys want that. If you do or have any requests, lemme know. (And don’t worry, I’m still working through requests and ships, just I’m having fun with this.) 💙💜💙💜
Color Reference Guide to Recognize & Avoid Whitewashing
I’ve made a tutorial on how to color adjust to fix washed out colorings, but I noticed people aren’t always sure when their coloring needs fixing in the first place. So I’ve made a bunch of colorings you can use to compare your own to. It’s designed to help avoid whitewashing, but also help avoid over-correction.
If you’re not a content creator, you can also use this guide for reblogging as well. :)
Using the Guide
Each set comes in three: cool, neutral, and warm. If your coloring is bluer/whiter than the cool tone, consider readjusting.
Examples of what might be too pale/bright are beneath each set
There are various categories (daytime, night scenes, etc) for each type of scene you might encounter
Each coloring has a color palette beneath for the highlights, midtones, and shadows of the character’s face. If you’re having trouble eyeballing it, use the eyedropper tool to double check.
NOTES 1)For the sake of simplicity, I’ve used one character per category, but characters of color are not interchangeable. Identify the skin tone for the character you’re coloring and work with that. This is only meant to give a frame of reference for what is and isn’t whitewashing
2)If any of the colorings look different than what they’ve been stated as (i.e. the cool tones look too warm or some look way too dark to be visible) calibrate your monitor.It means your screen color and gamma needs readjustment.