Wine Red Mummery

Back when I first attempted to dye Amon’s chocobo, it ended up chocolate brown. It didn’t look too bad with the Suzaku barding I was using at the time, so I didn’t fuss about it.

However, now that he’s got the new Noble barding, I knew a color change was in order. My first attempt yesterday left Mummery rolanberry red. This wasn’t bad, but was a slight too purple-ish.

What I really wanted was a wine red, which typically matches Amon’s hat as far as dyes go. Seeing it wouldn’t take too many more fruit to attempt that, I did. This morning, I woke up to a wine red chocobo!

Success!

I use the Chocobo Colour Calculator to determine what’s needed – it’s such a handy tool!

3 thoughts on “Wine Red Mummery

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