I’m imagining some artist accidentally brushing his hand against his pallette and trying to wipe it off Barista Making Cup Of Coffee Shirt going “you know, actually, this might work.” lmao. Not Home Depot, but we had a customer come in with a statue of the baby Jesus from her church’s Nativity scene. The paint was chipped and she said the price to replace the statue was too high–so she asked us to see if we could match it. The woman working the paint desk with me said she’d give it a try. She succeeded. That’s right, she color-matched the baby Jesus… The weirdest thing I personally had to color match was one layer of a sandstone sculpture; several shades of brown, and the customer wanted to paint a room the color of “this” layer. The layer was just barely wide enough for the matching computer to read. Haha you can actually get that matching computer to work? Most of my people had to do it on their own, even if they had the computer, as the computer generally sucked at matching.. Yeah, it kinda surprised me. It was a day or two after a company rep came and calibrated it–and when it worked, it REALLY worked.
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I’m a tattoo artist but i matched a skin tone to cover white spots on a black gentleman’s hand. Not Barista Making Cup Of Coffee Shirt and not hard for me to do but he was blown away after telling me how long he had the spots and how fast I made them disappear. I mixed dark brown with a hint of olive. I worked as a dye spotter for a couple years at a photo production plant; student photos, etc. We had to use a palette of maybe 6-8 dyes to fill in printing errors and dust spots that would put white spots on people’s portraits. I got really good at color matching on the fly for every kind of skin. Wow I didn’t know tattoo artists did this. Question if you have the time, or if anyone else knows: is it also possible for a tattoo artist to cover scars, and make them look like normal skin again? Sort of kind of? The issue is that scars absorb and disperse the ink in a very unusual manner making tattooing them relatively difficult. Ouch. Sounds painful. Maybe something I’ll have to do a lot of research on. Thanks for the response!
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