How do i connect color picker to eye color? (color recipent)

  • You need to click on the UI Color Picker object and then in the inspector on the script component drag the eye color object into color recipient. 

    Then you want to click on the eye color object in the object panel and change its blend mode, the alpha will always be 1 with the color picker unfortunately but you can play with the blend modes. I suggest overlay.

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  • Brandon / Apoc thank you sooo much!! This was exactly what i needed. Do u know if i could do exactly the same thing with hair color? Or is it only this easy for eye color? 

     

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  • I think for the hair it would be harder and require some extra coding

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  • Brandon / Apoc
    Hey how are you so actually I have a pictures that’s have clouds on it and I would like to do as well as the pictures in a lenses if you could help me with ! I’ll appreciate it thank you !

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