Jellybean – A Reshade Preset

A bright and colorful preset for Reshade 4.6.1, inspired by all of the beautiful colors in Sulani and created with black sims and sims of color in mind. Great for gameplay and photography as well.

If you’re new to Reshade, check out this step-by-step guide that takes you all the way from installation to in game set up.

For Reshade 4.6.1

I’ve been playing with this preset for a little while now and figured I’d share it with y’all since I’ve been asked about my reshade/editing a few times.

Things you should know:

  • This preset was designed specifically with black sims and sims of color in mind. It will bring out the richness of their skin tone without washing out or dulling it in any way. Looks even better with light editing, linked below.
  • Very light preset great for gameplay. I just toggle off MXAO and DOF when I’m playing and toggle back on to snap pics.
  • To achieve the look seen in the reshade + editing photos (the cover photo as well) I use the Warm Light, Warmth and Orange Pop actions from the Sunbloom Action Set by @honeycuts (adjusted according to the photo) and the Topaz Clean and Texture Smoothing actions in the Clean and Clear Action Set by @kaleekalo.
  • I use the No Blu lighting mod by @wrixles​ which makes things a little less blue and a little more orange which I personally love.
  • This preset was created with Reshade 4.6.1 so I don’t know how it would work for older versions. Is reported to be working with older versions of Reshade, specifically version 3.0.8.
  • I’m no expert in any way when it comes to reshade but if you run into trouble with this preset, let me know and I’ll try my best to help you.

Installation Info:

Shaders Used: 

  • MXAO
  • SMAA
  • DPX
  • Vibrance
  • Colorfulness
  • Color Matrix
  • MultiLut
  • Cinematic DOF

Toggle Keys:

  • MXAO: Num Key 4
  • DOF: Caps Lock


  • Many users have reported having an issue where the mouse is ultra sensitive after installing Reshade. This doesn’t have anything to do with this preset or this specific version of Reshade but is a glitch caused by a setting in Origin. To fix this, open Origin > Application Settings > Origin In Game then switch off Enable Origin in game and your problem should be solved.


  • Don’t reupload
  • Don’t claim as yours
  • Enjoy!

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Author: India | Mellindi

Hey, I'm India! Long time simmer, wife, mama and tea enthusiast. I love writing stories inspired by my favorite sims and helping the community get creative with their games.

10 thoughts on “Jellybean – A Reshade Preset”

    1. Hi! It is sort of optional because the preset will work either way but it will affect the colors as the end result is dependent on the LUT as well.

      On pictureamoebae’s page, you would click the download button which will take you to simfileshare, then download the first file (the one with 66 colors), which is the most recent one. Once it’s downloaded, you would unzip the file and place the MultiLut shader in your shaders folder in the Reshade folder that’s located in your Bin folder (the same place you place reshade presets) only if there isn’t a MultiLut shader already in there. If I remember correctly, one came with all of the other shaders with Reshade 4.6.1 so make sure you check first because they will conflict. You then take the texture file that was located in the MultiLut folder you just downloaded and place it in the Textures folder that’s also located in the Reshade folder and that’s it! I hope this helps 😊


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