I want to create a scale of shades from 050 to 900. (I refer to Material Design Color palettes like here: https://material.io/design/color/the-color-system.html#color-usage-and-palettes)
I have my primary color: # 39C063 ie HSL: 139 54 49.
I found such a shade generator: https://noeldelgado.github.io/shadowlord/#39c063
This generator seems to me - it makes no sense because, for example, a 10% darker shade is: HEX: # 33AD59 HSL 129 54 44.
This means that Light is 5 points less (from 49 to 44). And now I think - if it's 10%, how do 5 points relate to it? Does this generator give me the correct answer? How do I create a palette from 050 to 900 from the output color HSL: 139 54 49.? 😂 Because probably not from the generator 😅 Should I manually reduce/increase the light intensity by 10 points (L)?
PS. (I know this color is not accessible, but that's another point that I don't want to touch on now).