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Heres my little Palette: =)

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; Paint.NET Palette File

; Lines that start with a semicolon are comments

; Colors are written as 8-digit hexadecimal numbers: aarrggbb

; For example, this would specify green: FF00FF00

; The alpha ('aa') value specifies how transparent a color is. FF is fully opaque, 00 is fully transparent.

; A palette must consist of ninety six (96) colors. If there are less than this, the remaining color

; slots will be set to white (FFFFFFFF). If there are more, then the remaining colors will be ignored.

FF000000

FFFFFFFF

FFFF0000

FF00FF00

FF0000FF

FFFFFF00

FF00FFFF

FFFF00FF

80000000

80FFFFFF

80FF0000

8000FF00

800000FF

80FFFF00

8000FFFF

80FF00FF

FFFF8000

FF8000FF

FF800000

FF008000

FF000080

FF808000

FF008080

FF800080

80FF8000

808000FF

80800000

80008000

80000080

80808000

80008080

80800080

80000000

80050505

800A0A0A

80141414

801E1E1E

80282828

80323232

803C3C3C

80464646

80505050

805A5A5A

80646464

806E6E6E

80787878

80828282

808C8C8C

80969696

80A0A0A0

80AAAAAA

80B4B4B4

80BEBEBE

80C8C8C8

80D2D2D2

80DCDCDC

80E6E6E6

80F0F0F0

80FAFAFA

80FBFBFB

80FCFCFC

80FDFDFD

80FEFEFE

80FFFFFF

FF000000

FF050505

FF0A0A0A

FF141414

FF1E1E1E

FF282828

FF323232

FF3C3C3C

FF464646

FF505050

FF5A5A5A

FF646464

FF6E6E6E

FF787878

FF828282

FF8C8C8C

FF969696

FFA0A0A0

FFAAAAAA

FFB4B4B4

FFBEBEBE

FFC8C8C8

FFD2D2D2

FFDCDCDC

FFE6E6E6

FFF0F0F0

FFFAFAFA

FFFBFBFB

FFFCFCFC

FFFDFDFD

FFFEFEFE

FFFFFFFF

It has normal colors with transparent version of them, also, a greyscale with transparent version of it, too!

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Went and made a new thread for palette files (I did search)... whoops.

Anyhoo. Here is my Tango Palette...

FF000000	; Black
FFFCE94F	; Butter 1
FFEDD400	; Butter 2
FFC4A000	; Butter 3
FFFCAF3E	; Orange 1
FFF57900	; Orange 2
FFCE5C00	; Orange 3
FFE9B96E	; Chocolate 1
FFC17D11	; Chocolate 2
FF8F5902	; Chocolate 3
FF8AE234	; Chameleon 1
FF73D216	; Chameleon 2
FF4E9A06	; Chameleon 3
FF729FCF	; Sky Blue 1
FF3265A4	; Sky Blue 2
FF204A87	; Sky Blue 3
FFFFFFFF	; White
FFAD7FA8	; Plum 1
FF75507B	; Plum 2
FF5C3566	; Plum 3
FFEF2929	; Scarlet Red 1
FFCC0000	; Scarlet Red 2
FFA40000	; Scarlet Red 3
FFEEEEEC	; Aluminium 1
FFD3D7CF	; Aluminium 2
FFBABDB6	; Aluminium 3
FF888A85	; Aluminium 4
FF555753	; Aluminium 5
FF2E3436	; Aluminium 6
FFFFFFFF	; White

Tango-Palette.png

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Have a cool themed or well thought out color pallet? Post it here!

How to install palette files

I'm really getting into the NES webcomic stuff, so I created a pdn color pallet that contains all of the colors from the 8-bit NES and the shades of gray in the old GameBoy.

Preview:

Pallet.png

Paste the following into a blank notepad document:

<SNIP>

This post I realise is old, but new people like me who don't know how to install palette files (your link is dead) can't understand what you all are doing here. The tread assumes I know how to install a palette file?

I figured it out.

At about the 8 oclock position from the color wheel is a small icon. If you click it you have an option "open palettes folder" there. If you open it and make a text file (I assume these can or must end in .txt? Not sure) and save it there. Once done you can choose it from this same icon. You use something like notepad and add a new palette in that directory. You can do a copy/paste of the ones in this thread.

I'm still terribly new to P.N, so don't ask me anything. Yet. :)

Jack

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Here's the palette I use for lighting effects on my pixel art:

palette.png

The top two rows are for use on a new layer set to multiply (shading), additive (highlights), or reflect/glow (saturation). The fully transparent color is used as the secondary color so that the pencil tool doubles as an eraser when you right click while the mode is set to overwrite.

The remaining rows are for darkening/brightening areas of a layer without using layer blend modes (make sure you set mode to normal blending instead of overwrite)

Lastly, the red was a mistake, so it's just there to fill the unused spaces :lol:

pixel lighting.txt

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Just compiled the Flat UI Color Palette from http://flatuicolors.com

 

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; Paint.NET Palette File
; Lines that start with a semicolon are comments
; Colors are written as 8-digit hexadecimal numbers: aarrggbb
; For example, this would specify green: FF00FF00
; The alpha ('aa') value specifies how transparent a color is. FF is fully opaque, 00 is fully transparent.
; A palette must consist of ninety six (96) colors. If there are less than this, the remaining color
; slots will be set to white (FFFFFFFF). If there are more, then the remaining colors will be ignored.
;
; Flat UI Colors from
;
;TURQUOISE
FF1abc9c
;GREEN SEA
FF16a085
;EMERALD
FF2ecc71
;NEPHRITIS
FF27ae60
;PETER RIVER
FF3498db
;BELIZE HOLE
FF2980b9
;AMETHYST
FF9b59b6
;WISTERIA
FF8e44ad
;WET ASPHALT
FF34495e
;MIDNIGHT BLUE
FF2c3e50
;SUN FLOWER
FFf1c40f
;ORANGE
FFf39c12
;CARROT
FFe67e22
;PUMPKIN
FFd35400
;ALIZARIN
FFe74c3c
;PROMEGRANATE
FFc0392b
;CLOUDS
FFecf0f1
;SILVER
FFbdc3c7
;CONCRETE
FF95a5a6
:ASBESTOS
FF7f8c8d
 

Flat UI.txt

Edited by xh24d

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Does anyone have a palette for metal? The closest thing I find here is the grey stone palette and that's not very good for metal. If anyone had or could make a metal palette, that'd be great.

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Metal would use many of the same shades as stone.  The trick with metal is to give it the illusion of lighting to make it appear glossy.

 

See this excellent tutorial:  Welshy's Chain Links.  Notice that the finished article has a grey palette?  Yet it looks shiny.  Clever eh?

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Only effects the first few colours, but here are some main ones I use a lot:

 

Hidden Content:
; paint.net Palette File
; Lines that start with a semicolon are comments
; Colors are written as 8-digit hexadecimal numbers: aarrggbb
; For example, this would specify green: FF00FF00
; The alpha ('aa') value specifies how transparent a color is. FF is fully opaque, 00 is fully transparent.
; A palette must consist of ninety six (96) colors. If there are less than this, the remaining color
; slots will be set to white (FFFFFFFF). If there are more, then the remaining colors will be ignored.
FF000000
FF1E1E1E
FF336834
FF273268
FFC9CBFF
FFFFFDCC
FFFFA096
FF00FF21
FF00FF90
FF00FFFF
FF0094FF
FF0026FF
FF4800FF
FFB200FF
FFFF00DC
FFFF006E
FFFFFFFF
FFEFEFEF
FFFF965E
FFFF1660
FFA02C51
FF5B7F00
FF267F00
FF007F0E
FF007F46
FF007F7F
FF004A7F
FF00137F
FF21007F
FF57007F
FF7F006E
FF7F0037
FFA0A0A0
FF303030
FFFF7F7F
FFFFB27F
FFFFE97F
FFDAFF7F
FFA5FF7F
FF7FFF8E
FF7FFFC5
FF7FFFFF
FF7FC9FF
FF7F92FF
FFA17FFF
FFD67FFF
FFFF7FED
FFFF7FB6
FFC0C0C0
FF606060
FF7F3F3F
FF7F593F
FF7F743F
FF6D7F3F
FF527F3F
FF3F7F47
FF3F7F62
FF3F7F7F
FF3F647F
FF3F497F
FF503F7F
FF6B3F7F
FF7F3F76
FF7F3F5B
80000000
80404040
80FF0000
80FF6A00
80FFD800
80B6FF00
804CFF00
8000FF21
8000FF90
8000FFFF
800094FF
800026FF
804800FF
80B200FF
80FF00DC
80FF006E
80FFFFFF
80808080
807F0000
807F3300
807F6A00
805B7F00
80267F00
80007F0E
80007F46
80007F7F
80004A7F
8000137F
8021007F
8057007F
807F006E
807F0037
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To make my Android graphic editing quicker and easier, I've added two new custom color palettes that fit the Android design guidelines.

 

I haven't found these color palettes posted anywhere else yet, so here they are for everybody's use.

 

Simple directions to use the two attached files:

1. In the Colors window (F8), open the palettes folder.

2. Add in one or both files.

3. Restart Paint.NET to see changes.

 

open-color-palettes-folder.png

 

 

Google Material Design:

color-palette-material-design.png

 

 

Android Holo:

color-palette-android-holo.png

 

 

ps - I was thinking about adding this to the miscellaneous tutorials section, but I wasn't sure if it was too short or too "easy" for it. If this was already available in a search, then it would have saved me a little bit of time. Hopefully, this will save other people some time also.

android-holo.txt

material-design.txt

Edited by danialgoodwin
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ps - I was thinking about adding this to the miscellaneous tutorials section, but I wasn't sure if it was too short or too "easy" for it. If this was already available in a search, then it would have saved me a little bit of time. Hopefully, this will save other people some time also.

(Look at the first post in this thread. :) )

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