I'm using Adobe Illustrator and the recolor dialog box. For the purpose of this artwork, I can't change the skin tone, and the color of the hair is also limited. I'd like for Illustrator to give me a selection of color harmonies while keeping the skin tone fixed. How can this be done?
ps. As a secondary question, when I enter recolor edit, one circle is much bigger than the others. I guess this must be in some way the "dominant" color. But if you look at my picture, this dominant color is a small percentage of the art. Shouldn't Illustrator use the total area of each color to figure the dominant color?
Appendum: As Scott points out, large circle is the "base" color. It is used as a reference for the color harmonies, as seen in the second screenshot.
Appendum: To change the base color, one suggestion is to click on a color in the top bar. This does appear to change the base color as indicated by the arrow, in the third screenshot. However, the base color in the harmonies is not changes. I would submit this is actually a bug in the software.