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These are the "Shadow Colors" I came up with.

They're about middle of the primary color schema position. They have consistent Hex code values & they would be cool if applied to shadows of objects.

For an example, take a picture of an avatar within a scene, copy image, adjust to grey scale, & erase all except the avatar in black & white. Then color shadows within the scene.

Other a suggestion, make shadow textures for your objects within your scene, though color your objects with shades of grey & color your shadow textures the shadow colors.

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Β  Β That's very easily done in any photo manipulation program. Just colourize the picture in whichever colour you want it to be.

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4 hours ago, LittleMe Jewell said:

Hahahahaha - unless you are very photo manipulation challenged, like me.Β Β ?

Β  Β I believe in you! You can do it!

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You might want to look at Windlights. You can completely change the color of a scene by changing the color of the light. Here are some samples from my feed, all done in sl with windlights (no post-processing):

Red: https://www.flickr.com/photos/myrawildmist/26167300879/in/dateposted/

Blue: https://www.flickr.com/photos/myrawildmist/39960269592/in/dateposted/

Green: https://www.flickr.com/photos/myrawildmist/30343814805/in/dateposted/

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Β  Β Or if you're lazy, use a no-light windlight (Phototools- no light), put a prim cube down in front of your subject, make it into a light and change the colour.Β 

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