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.
Refer to the appropriate crafting surface article for crafting recipes.
- See also: List of Primary Pigment Combinations
There are a total of eight primary pigments available.
|Carbon Black||Darken your surrounds.|
|Marble White||For white paint or dye.|
|Red Ochre||Paint the town red.|
|Indian Yellow||Mood brightener.|
|Ultramarine Blue||Ultra cool.|
|Tyrian Purple||The pigment of royalty.|
|Copper Blue||A cheerful blue.|
|Emerald Green||An intense green.|
- 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.
- 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.