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Here's my little Palette: =)

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

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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

 

 

Edited by toe_head2001
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Went and made a new thread for palette files (I did search)... whoops.

Anyhoo. Here is my Tango Palette...

Tango-Palette.png

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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

 

 

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

th_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

Edited by toe_head2001
Fixed broken Photobucket image

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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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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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Random palette I made today.

; 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.
FFA26846
FFB67D4F
FFBF8953
FFC59759
FFCBA65B
FF443533
FF5A4943
FF6A5A4E
FF796A58
FF7E625E
FF8C7168
FF9D8275
FFA9917E
FFCCAFAA
FFD8C0B6
FFE3D0C4
FFE9DBCC
FF505B1E
FF626B20
FF777922
FF898B23
FF483F50
FF664D6E
FF7F5583
FF975E95
FFAB629C
FF59313B
FF6F393A
FF80483D
FF93573F
FFA36A41
FFB28142
FF945F3C
FFB28142
FFCDA544
FFECCF49
FF553A47
FF784452
FF904851
FFA84E4E
FFC1604D
FF1F6C6B
FF20806A
FF1398A9
FF26A4AD
FF36B4B0
FF4DC4B1
FF54DEB2
FF68402F
FF7A4830
FF885735
FF7F593F
FF976538
FFA3743B
FFAF873E
FFFFFFFF
FF000000


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My take on Material Design.

 

8jQKDpw.png

 

Colors are arranged vertically in this order:

  • 500
  • A400
  • 900
  • 700
  • 300
  • 100

Had to leave some colors out because of Paint.NET's limited 96 color palette  :/

 

Get it from GitHub or copy-paste from below.

 

; Material Design color palette for Paint.NET
; By Ruchir L. Sharma (@aguynamedruchir)
;
; Save this as a .txt in Documents\paint.net User Files\Palettes\
;
FFF44336
FFE91E63
FF9C27B0
FF673AB7
FF3F51B5
FF2196F3
FF03A9F4
FF00BCD4
FF009688
FF4CAF50
FF8BC34A
FFCDDC39
FFFFEB3B
FFFFC107
FFFF9800
FF795548
FFFF1744
FFF50057
FFD500F9
FF651FFF
FF3D5AFE
FF2979FF
FF00B0FF
FF00E5FF
FF1DE9B6
FF00E676
FF76FF03
FFC6FF00
FFFFEA00
FFFFC400
FFFF9100
FF6D4C41
FFB71C1C
FF880E4F
FF4A148C
FF311B92
FF1A237E
FF0D47A1
FF01579B
FF006064
FF004D40
FF1B5E20
FF33691E
FF827717
FFF57F17
FFFF6F00
FFE65100
FF3E2723
FFD32F2F
FFC2185B
FF7B1FA2
FF512DA8
FF303F9F
FF1976D2
FF0288D1
FF0097A7
FF00796B
FF388E3C
FF689F38
FFAFB42B
FFFBC02D
FFFFA000
FFF57C00
FF5D4037
FFE57373
FFF06292
FFBA68C8
FF9575CD
FF7986CB
FF64B5F6
FF4FC3F7
FF4DD0E1
FF4DB6AC
FF81C784
FFAED581
FFDCE775
FFFFF176
FFFFD54F
FFFFB74D
FFA1887F
FFFFCDD2
FFF8BBD0
FFE1BEE7
FFD1C4E9
FFC5CAE9
FFBBDEFB
FFB3E5FC
FFB2EBF2
FFB2DFDB
FFC8E6C9
FFDCEDC8
FFF0F4C3
FFFFF9C4
FFFFECB3
FFFFE0B2
FFD7CCC8

Edited by aguynamedruchir

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The easiest way is to modify an existing palette and save it (see http://www.getpaint.net/doc/latest/WorkingWithPalettes.html)

OR

Make an image with a nice palette and use this plugin to export the palette Palette from Image

Palettes need to be in *.txt format so paint.net can read them. As the above link shows, you can load different palettes easily.

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Here's mine

; 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.
FFFF1900
FFFF4C00
FFFF8800
FFA05B11
FFFFCB11
FFBCE534
FF54FF3A
FF80CC51
FF4FFFE4
FF3DC6B2
FF3CACD8
FF99B3E5
FF978FD8
FFD80082
FF000000
FFFFFFFF
FFE51300
FFE54100
FFE07700
FF824A0E
FFE5B310
FFACCC2E
FF4EEA35
FF76BC4B
FF46E2C8
FF34A896
FF369EC4
FF889FCC
FF8881C1
FFC41581
FF262626
FFE0E0E0
FFBC0C00
FFC13600
FFCC6C00
FF77440D
FFCC9F0E
FF98BA2A
FF46D330
FF6DAD45
FF3FCCB4
FF2D9182
FF318EAF
FF7290CC
FF7F79B5
FFB51377
FF494949
FFB5B5B5
FFA00A00
FF872600
FFA85900
FF683B0B
FFB58D0C
FF90AF28
FF3DB72A
FF639E3F
FF38B5A0
FF298476
FF237999
FF637599
FF696496
FFB5227C
FF565656
FF9E9E9E
FF910900
FF722A0D
FF894900
FF4C2B08
FF96750A
FF87A526
FF37A526
FF558736
FF319E8B
FF20685D
FF157091
FF576787
FF605C89
FFA83A7E
FF727272
FF828282
FF7A0800
FF60230B
FF723D00
FF442809
FF826509
FF7D9923
FF329923
FF48722D
FF2C8E7E
FF104C43
FF146887
FF4D5B77
FF534D89
FFA84883
FF878787
FF6B6B6B

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I used the "Palette From Image" plugin (Effects>Tools>Palette From Image) and I absolutely LOVE IT! I'm on 4.06 PDN with Win 7 still.

 

I LOVE how the PDN palette Wheel can use different palettes and default back if or when needed. I never noticed it before or maybe it is semi new? Regardless, what a very, very cool deal. I'm so grateful for it and the time it took to make that color wheel function like that AND whomever made that 'Palette From Image' plugin. I'm going to take the time to look in my ever-so-handy Oct 2015 PDN Plugin Guide (which I LOVE and use a lot, lately) and I see it is "Author: jxp"...Thank you jxp.

 

Am I allowed to post color palettes here made for PDN from the Palette From Image plugin? I only ask because I notice my text file doesn't exactly have the exact same header as the others.

 

I have made some nice color palettes.  It's SOOOO EASY to do with that plugin. Granted, I have to close PDN and restart it again after making one in order to make another, each time, but at least it's not crashing on me when I go to use the plugin. (I did make sure to get the latest updated plugins for that plugin---easily done thanks to that Oct 2015 Plugin Guide.)

 

Also, if I don't try to correct the path for where the plugin stores the created color palettes, prior to making one, then it doesn't crash prior to using it. So, the plugin and I have an understanding. Clicking on the button to redirect it's path to save to another location (the right one) is a none-of-my-buisness kinda thing. (Our love is a special kind of love)

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can someone give me a good tutorial on how to create these type of color palletes????

and why do you need  .txt???? for it?

I will make one in a few days and put it on the website I made and just completed for using PDN for Digital Scrapbooking, if you are still interested. I couldn't figure it out, either, at first. The Plugin is how I make them and it makes them for you simply by finding an image (I go to two sites known for beautiful color palettes) I save the image to my computer, of a color palette I like, open the image in PDN, go to Effects, Tools, Palette From Image....I then run the plugin. It saves the breakdown of the colors on the image into a text file (.txt) and allows you to name it. I then go to where it saved the .txt file, place it into Paint.Net User Files, and in that file is another file called "Palettes". I place the created txt file into "Palettes". From there my color wheel from within PDN can select it if I chose to.

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I have a couple of nice color palets I made using PDN's feature that let's a person do that, but my text is slightly worded different than the color pallet files posted here. (I don't know where that "hide" feature is on posting that spares people a lengthy content of info or I would use it for the below color palette. I hover my mouse over each little button thing to read it and none say "hide".

 

I call this one:

"Old Wooden Boat on the Beach"

 

Hidden Content:
;  This palette file is generated by the Image To Palette plugin
;  Each entry is in the format AARRGGBB
;  Lines starting with a semicolon are comments
00000000
FFFEFEFE
FF8A370A
FFC29D87
FFC3794A
FF837D79
FFA27D61
FF885F41
FFAA7647
FFC4752B
FFCBB9A7
FFB19C87
FF8F5B27
FFE8DACA
FFE39C4D
FF725C42
FFC59A66
FFCB8938
FF937347
FF6E4D1F
FF51340C
FFE2BC85
FFC7954F
FFEDAE51
FFB29569
FFB18B4F
FFB3833A
FFE5BA72
FFD3B889
FFCFAE71
FFEDC479
FFCFA459
FFE9D3AA
FFEDCD91
FFDBC392
FF241A04
FFD7CAAA
FFB7A472
FFFDE29B
FFBBA25B
FF9B8239
FFFBEBB2
FF958652
FFB1AA8E
FFFAF1C8
FFACACAB
FF6C724E
FF748139
FFD9E1B9
FF8A9271
FF91A27A
FF708559
FF7B7C7A
FF4C524A
FF7CA177
FF8EA68C
FF939593
FFD3D7D3
FF516F51
FF5A825D
FF6E8F72
FF2A4C2F
FF76A38E
FF6C9786
FF558975
FF91C7B3
FF4C786A
FFC8E3DB
FF7AC1AC
FF75B7AA
FF318279
FF558F8A
FF1F6766
FFA6D5D6
FFD2EAEB
FF69C5D1
FF3DB7C5
FF49B7C7
FF4EA9B9
FF3190AA
FF053A48
FF27758C
FF4695AF
FFC7DDE6
FF435F6D
FF4A798F
FFA4B9C4
FF85A6BB
FF8CADC5
FF799BB4
FF829DB5
FF809EC2
FF7C7E81
FFA19FA4
FF817E81
FF6A5961
 

 

I call this one, "Neons":

 

Hidden Content:
;  This palette file is generated by the Image To Palette plugin
;  Each entry is in the format AARRGGBB
;  Lines starting with a semicolon are comments
00000000
FF000000
FF3A3A3A
FF434343
FF6D6D6D
FF959595
FFAFAFAF
FFD6D6D6
FFFDFDFD
FFFF9F9F
FF57221F
FFFB6E50
FFD17851
FFF7974E
FFCC7A2D
FFFE9837
FF9E661F
FFFDF2D2
FFF8E5A4
FFFFCD25
FF312806
FF66570B
FFF6D81A
FFDAC614
FFFEE718
FFF8EC5E
FFF7E72C
FF9E9A59
FFA79F1C
FFDEE51F
FFD1DD3A
FFD1E227
FF9CD730
FF97D767
FF75B94C
FFD5F5CD
FFA8EC98
FF398B26
FF5ADA3B
FF28611A
FF49B230
FF112B0B
FF62D34C
FF86A384
FF39CB74
FF5FC490
FF2AC48E
FF5F9EA0
FF17A5B3
FF9CE0EF
FF3AC2E0
FFD3F1F8
FF60CDE6
FF32BFE0
FF24AECD
FF001D24
FF002730
FF003947
FF005366
FF00718B
FF00AFD7
FF099EC7
FF2B94CE
FF4683C9
FF6272C3
FF7D61BE
FF9B5EA6
FFB83CB2
FFD629AC
FFF929AD
FFFF69C6
FFD70D8A
FFFE10A3
FF380324
FF6F0647
FFFFA1DA
FFFFD2ED
FFF6159A
FFA60E66
FFDB3B8D
FFFA2A8F
FFE95098
FFF83676
FFC95B78
FFFC4F6C
FFD3636F
FF280D10
FFB26E73
FF9C3237
FFD6454B
FFFE5359
FFFFCCCD
FFFF686A

 

When I figure out how to use the "hide" feature, I'll come back in here and hide the lengthy hex number code things....or one of the admins can do it to my post. I don't find that offensive or such.

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Here's mine, 'Bright Winter' palettes inspired by the late Kathryn Kalisz's Sci-Art Bright Winter colours.

 

Bright Winter 1

 

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.
FF740169
FF99002E
FF060064
FF605D58
FF141414
FFD7D1ED
FF82A44D
FF9A2947
FF842336
FF662247
FF2F2F6D
FF16534C
FF135F7F
FF1B305F
FF241E20
FFF9C35F
FFBE1999
FFD90E68
FF210385
FF9E9D99
FF3C4242
FFFDD2ED
FFABD358
FFDB406C
FFCE2B4A
FFBE3376
FF5F4E9C
FF1FA793
FF26A0CF
FF1F58A9
FF2B2122
FFB0B1B3
FFCF0170
FFD30015
FF012478
FFCCCCC4
FF96A19B
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Bright Winter 2

 

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A basic skin tone palette

 

colours.png

 

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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.
FFfff5ed
FFfff0e4
FFfce5d2
FFf5cead
FFf2c19b
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FFffe9c8
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Edited by toe_head2001
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Another one ... this one is the basic colours in pewter, copper and brass

 

metals.png

 

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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.
FFffffff
FFf2f2f2
FFe6e6e6
FFd9d9d9
FFcdcdcd
FFc0c0c0
FFb4b4b4
FFa7a7a7
FF9b9b9b
FF8f8f8f
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FFbeaf4d
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FF908434

 

Edited by toe_head2001
Fixed broken Postimg image
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