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Pigments are items used to change the pigment or color of a blockhead's clothing, making paint, or crafting paintings.


They come in the form of powders and are obtainable through crafting at a press or meditation. Each primary pigment is a separate, distinctive color.


See also: Dye Bench, Mixing Bench, and Easel

Pigments can be applied to clothing using a dye bench or turned into paint at a mixing bench. Both the dye bench and the mixing bench allow applying more than one unit of pigment to a crafting, resulting in new colors. A maximum of three units of pigment can be combined. Note that multiple units of the same color pigment with no other colors included will produce the same results as a single unit of that color.

Pigment selection on a level 3 easel

At an easel, up to three pigments can be combined with wood, linen, and oil to produce a painting. The pigments selected affect how the original image selected for the painting will be colored.

Refer to the appropriate crafting surface article for crafting recipes.

Primary Pigments[edit]

See also: List of Primary Pigment Combinations

There are a total of eight primary pigments available.

Primary Pigments
Name Description
Carbon Black Icon.png Carbon Black Darken your surrounds.
Marble White Icon.png Marble White For white paint or dye.
Red Ochre Icon.png Red Ochre Paint the town red.
Indian Yellow Icon.png Indian Yellow Mood brightener.
Ultramarine Blue Icon.png Ultramarine Blue Ultra cool.
Tyrian Purple Icon.png Tyrian Purple The pigment of royalty.
Copper Blue Icon.png Copper Blue A cheerful blue.
Emerald Green Icon.png Emerald Green An intense green.

Secondary Pigments[edit]

See also: List of Secondary Pigment Combinations

Secondary pigments are colors composed of mixing two primary pigments together. There are a total of 28 unique combinations of secondary pigments.

Tertiary Pigments[edit]

See also: List of Tertiary Pigment Combinations

Tertiary pigments are colors composed of mixing three primary pigments together. There are total of 112 unique combinations of tertiary pigments.