@ Chronopunk. Can you post a pic of that starwars chick because there are multiple versions of her with different designs. Also by pale, I compared it with albino tones. It won't be white like that guy Powder, though I can make it that colour actually, then to give it more of a fleshy colour, you mix it with a bit of the light skin. Like I said, I will see how to set the skins at the end so people get the max flexability out of them:) To create fantasy colour skin you would essentially only dial up the Pale slider, and adjust the tint. Works well because the pale base has very little colour in it, and does not conflict with the tint set on that.
This link right here
pretty much sums up what I'm talking about in terms of "monochromatic." You can also find plenty of CG Zeltrons and Twi'leks that are essentially monochromatic skin - no blemishes, no subtle skintone variations, nothing that makes them look like normal people - but rather like plastic dolls. The characters in the movies are all body painted (case in point any Twi'lek), but even then, the artists paid attention to things like skin tone variations that even one person will have over their body. Freckles, for instance.
Hope this helps explain my question better.