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Rustangelo App

Rustangelo is an automatic sign painter for RUST. · By Rustangelo

Paintings Very dark.

A topic by Man_of_Milk created Aug 21, 2016 Views: 649 Replies: 3
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I have the exact same problem and have done everything you told the person at


to do, but you mention to right click the image before painting, and go to manage palette, but that is not there. This is a picture of wht happens when i right click the image BEFORE painting, as you say.


I am unsure of what to do, can you help me avenge Harambe in fabulous painting?

I Have the Pro version, I bought it, downloaded the zip, installed it, did not even touch the non-pro version, so that's not installed. I made sure and activated my key, and did not mess with any of the settings, but I looked through them all. (90% sure)

I checked the FAQ and saw this: A: Yes, when using PRO and 100 colors the background makes a big difference. How Rustangelo works is it uses different opacities to get the correct color. By having a darker background color, your colors will come out different in the painting than using a lighter one.

I used the white background like it told me to in the tutorial. If that isn't the problem and it does have something to do with Palette manager, I'm still confused as to where to find it.


Hello there! You are right clicking on the image before you have captured the canvas. Start the painting process by clicking the paint button. Once you have chosen your coordinates then you will see the image before you press F10 to start the painting. Now you should be able to right click and access the context menu which has the Palette Manager. Also, you may have disabled the in-app tip which illustrates this. Go to Options and click the Reset All Tips button.

Alright. I checked the 80-some-odd unchecked colors, and I think that'll do it. I would go and make sure it works, but i'd rather not watch netflix for another 2 hours and 4 minutes. One more question though. The tutorial DOES say to make the background white, but in your FAQ it says "By having a darker background color, your colors will come out different in the painting than using a lighter one." Which color should I use then, if not the large white circle, and would it make as dramatic a difference as only having 20 colors checked? Thank you very much though, for the quick response.


The best thing to do when choosing the correct background color is to use the Painting Preview. On the main UI, load your image and then choose the white background color. Now click the Paint button and choose Painting Preview. If the colors look washed out then try changing it to a black background color and view the Painting Preview again. Every image is different so it's hard to say what background color to use. The tutorial recommends white because that is the color that works best with most images.