QUOTE (shinyjiggly @ May 30 2012, 12:16 AM)
I'm just wondering, are you using MS Paint to edit your facesets? Because that program doesn't allow the user to see or mess with palettes. Your faceset's palette got changed to the default "web friendly" palette, thus reducing the quality of the faces.
And on that note, make sure that the first color in the palette is not in use because that will most likely be the one that is automatically chosen. I would suggest using the GIMP instead due to its ability to work well in indexed mode with the ability to view and edit the palette (colormap). The only downsides is that it might get a little getting used to, but that problem can be easily mitigated by plenty of practice, patience, and looking things up.
(Also, when transferring things to indexed mode from RGB mode, make sure that the picture has 17-255 unique colors present according to the colorcube analysis. More will be reduced to the proper level and less will save it as the wrong kind of indexed file.)
I'm sorry if I'm rambling. It's a bit late at night and I should probably be heading off to bed soon.
And no, I can't read your mind. It was more of just a lucky guess that I was able to figure out that it was a faceset form the way that you described editing a picture with a blue background that should not be removed.
Ah you are right I did use MS paint, but only because that and gimp are the only programs I have on my PC, I dont do most of my artwork on my PC I do most of it on my mac and use PS. So if I use JUST PS and no other program It should work then?