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Trixie had so many unique colors that I couldn't fit all of them on an 8.5x11 page. I couldn't really pick Pantone colors for her main cape/hat fill and stroke, as they don't really fall within the gamut the swatches cover. Also, in her art and in the show she is missing the extra eye highlight bits. I've included my best estimates to keep things consistent.
The intent of using a standard color library (Pantone Solid Coated) is to stay within the bounds of said official artwork, plus give some consistency to colors used. This should help when sourcing supplies for non-digital work. If your application does not support color libraries, then using the eyedropper on the swatch should give you an answer. However, this means you lose the more accurate simulations available by using Overprint preview mode.
This guide is not affiliated with Hasbro in any way and is produced solely in the interest of color science. For a changelog, more long-winded explanations, and other discussions, see this forum topic: [link]
I'll add a link to this page. Credit where credits due.
Excellent as always. I'm curious, what are the pantone colors? I'm guessing the other values are just RGB?