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;MadJik 2018-03-01
;HSV palette
FFFF0574
FFFF0481
FFFF048D
FFFF0499
FFFF04A5
FFFF04B1
FFFF04BD
FFFF04C9
FFFF04D5
FFFF04E1
FFFF04ED
FFFF04F9
FFF804FF
FFEB04FF
FFDF04FF
FFD304FF
FFC704FF
FFBB04FF
FFAF04FF
FFA304FF
FF9603FF
FF8A03FF
FF7E03FF
FF7203FF
FF6603FF
FF5A03FF
FF4D03FF
FF4103FF
FF3503FF
FF2903FF
FF1D03FF
FF1103FF
FF0403FF
FF030DFF
FF031AFF
FF0326FF
FF0332FF
FF033EFF
FF034AFF
FF0256FF
FF0262FF
FF026FFF
FF027BFF
FF0287FF
FF0293FF
FF029FFF
FF02ABFF
FF02B8FF
FF02C4FF
FF02D0FF
FF02DCFF
FF02E8FF
FF02F4FF
FF02FFFC
FF02FFF0
FF02FFE4
FF02FFD8
FF02FFCB
FF01FFBF
FF01FFB3
FF01FFA7
FF01FF9A
FF01FF8E
FF01FF82
FF01FF76
FF01FF69
FF01FF5D
FF01FF51
FF01FF45
FF01FF38
FF01FF2C
FF01FF20
FF01FF13
FF01FF07
FF07FF01
FF13FF01
FF1FFF01
FF2BFF00
FF37FF00
FF44FF00
FF50FF00
FF5CFF00
FF68FF00
FF75FF00
FF81FF00
FF8DFF00
FF9AFF00
FFA6FF00
FFB2FF00
FFBEFF00
FFCBFF00
FFD7FF00
FFE3FF00
FFF0FF00
FFFCFF00
FFFFF500

 

 

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This is not exactly a plugin, but there wasn't anywhere else to put it, it's a palette file.

 

This is a palette file based on the basic palettes in the WarioWare DIY Game MakerMatic

 

The download link is here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/4ve1aanyx0040g9/warioware_diy_paint.net_palette.zip?dl=0

 

I have nothing else to write here.

Big McThankies From McSpankies!

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On 5/13/2015 at 11:09 PM, Ego Eram Reputo said:

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.

 I would just like to add, that the plugin referenced here is on a thread that is closed. The plugin download is just a series of many numbers but when downloading "Palette from Image" before saving the file to your computer, or external source, just delete those crazy numbers and rename it to "Palette from Image" and also add the .zip extension at the end.

 

Also, it does still work. I just tried it with the 4.1.5 version of Paint.Net, however, at this time the plugin only saves the new palette in the "Documents" file folder.  You name your palette before saving it. You'll find its .txt file in Documents. Currently, one can only make one palette at a time. If you want to make more, you'll have to close Paint.Net entirely, reopen it, and use the plugin again to make another one...and, frankly, Paint.Net  opens like it's running on a Ferrari engine, so, it's not a big deal to me. ...or maybe I'm just not too picky? I mean, plugins are like presents. Sometimes it's like Christmas, Hanukkah, and birthdays around this place, all through the year, for everyone. I always love my presents around this place and I'm grateful to the present providers. So, if one's not completely broken, but just a little dented, well, I don't mind.

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I'm new here, and right now, I'm going to share a palette I made for my project. This is based on the web palette and since it can only fit 96 colors, I had to make a simple palette complete with simple skin tones for pixel arts.
 

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; paint.net Palette File: Stobros Basic
FF000000
FF555555
FFAAAAAA
FFFFFFFF
FF553322
FF884411
FFAA5500
FF0000FF
FF0055FF
FF00AAFF
FF00FFFF
FF00FFAA
FF00FF55
FF00FF00
FF55FF00
FFAAFF00

FFFFBB88
FFFFEECC
FFCC4433
FFDD9977
FF996622
FFCC9933
FFDDBB77
FF5500FF
FFAA00FF
FFFF00FF
FFFF00AA
FFFF0055
FFFF0000
FFFF5500
FFFFAA00
FFFFFF00

FF000000
FF000055
FF0000AA
FF0000FF
FF005500
FF005555
FF0055AA
FF0055FF
FF00AA00
FF00AA55
FF00AAAA
FF00AAFF
FF00FF00
FF00FF55
FF00FFAA
FF00FFFF

FF550000
FF550055
FF5500AA
FF5500FF
FF555500
FF555555
FF5555AA
FF5555FF
FF55AA00
FF55AA55
FF55AAAA
FF55AAFF
FF55FF00
FF55FF55
FF55FFAA
FF55FFFF

FFAA0000
FFAA0055
FFAA00AA
FFAA00FF
FFAA5500
FFAA5555
FFAA55AA
FFAA55FF
FFAAAA00
FFAAAA55
FFAAAAAA
FFAAAAFF
FFAAFF00
FFAAFF55
FFAAFFAA
FFAAFFFF

FFFF0000
FFFF0055
FFFF00AA
FFFF00FF
FFFF5500
FFFF5555
FFFF55AA
FFFF55FF
FFFFAA00
FFFFAA55
FFFFAAAA
FFFFAAFF
FFFFFF00
FFFFFF55
FFFFFFAA
FFFFFFFF

 

 

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4Rzifsn.png Human Faces......

 

I have compiled a range of possible colours and tones expected on a human face, from skin, lips, hair, eyes, shadow/shading, make up etc.
This is not a scientific list nor is it an exhaustive list, just an aid to colouring faces.

 

Notice the last two entries are for adding shade and lightening  and can be useful for blending and various other effects.

 

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;Human Faces.
;_____________
;
; 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.


;Blue
FFe3f2fd
FFbbdefb
FF90caf9
FF64b5f6
FF2196f3
FF1976d2
FF0d47a1

;LightGreen
FFf1f8e9
FFdcedc8
FFc8e6c9
FF81c784
FF4caf50

;Dark Green
FFb2ff59
FF76ff03
FF64dd17
FF00c853

;Olive
FFe6ee9c
FFd4e157
FFc0ca33
FF9e9d24

;Yellow
FFf9fbe7
FFfff9c4
FFfff59d
FFffecb3
FFfff176
FFffe082
FFffd54f

;Orange
FFfff3e0
FFffe0b2
FFffcc80
FFffb74d
FFffa726

;Rose
FFfbe9e7
FFffccbc
FFffab91
FFff8a65

;Red
FFffcdd2
FFef9a9a
FFe57373
FFff5252
FFff1744
FFf48fb1
FFf06292
FFec407a

;Purple
FFede7f6
FFd1c4e9
FFb39ddb
FF9575cd

;Brown
FFffffff
FFefebe9
FFd7ccc8
FFbcaaa4
FFa1887f
FF8d6e63
FF795548
FF6d4c41
FF5d4037
FF4e342e
FF3e2723

;Dark Brown
FF321911
FF260e04
FF1b0000

;Accurate Range
FF2D221E
FF3C2E28
FF4B3932
FF5A453C
FF695046
FF785C50
FF87675A
FF967264
FFA57E6E
FFB48A78
FFC39582
FFD2A18C
FFE1AC96
FFF0B8A0
FFFFC3AA
FFFFCEB4
FFFFDABE
FFFFE5C8

;Grey/shading
FFeceff1
FFcfd8dc
FFb0bec5
FF90a4ae
FF78909c
FF607d8b
FF546e7a
FF455a64
FF37474f
FF263238

;Black
FF2c2c2c
FF212121
FF0c0c0c
FF000000

;Makes colours darker.  Half transparency black.
0F000000

;Makes colours paler. Half transparency white.
0FFFFFFF

 

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On 5/23/2009 at 7:54 PM, Kittani said:

Hello, I'm new to the forum, but I noticed a lack of any real advanced palette systems so I made my own. This is a palette collection I use when editing images with many possible colors at high resolution. I use the big image as a loaded image palette, and the smaller ones are actually saved as palette files. If you have any questions or require custom toned palettes, let me know. KCPS is just a system I use for designing palettes for all of my art programs. "Kittani's Color Palette System" . It is based off of relative steps between shades and hues.

Load these images to get a pixel by pixel full spectrum

Full Palette Image Palette

http://i421.photobucket.com/albums/pp293/Kittani1977/PaintNet/FullPalette.png

Full Grayscale Image Palette

http://i421.photobucket.com/albums/pp293/Kittani1977/PaintNet/FullGrayscale.png

All The Below Palettes include a 50% Transparency for the Colors and a Grayscale

Red Spectrum Palettes

http://i421.photobucket.com/albums/pp293/Kittani1977/PaintNet/KCPS-1aR100-PrimaryRed.png|http://i421.photobucket.com/albums/pp293/Kittani1977/PaintNet/KCPS-1bR75-SoftRed.png|http://i421.photobucket.com/albums/pp293/Kittani1977/PaintNet/KCPS-1cR50-DeepRed.png|http://i421.photobucket.com/albums/pp293/Kittani1977/PaintNet/KCPS-1dR25-DarkRed.png

Green Spectrum Palettes

http://i421.photobucket.com/albums/pp293/Kittani1977/PaintNet/KCPS-2aG100-PrimaryGreen.png|http://i421.photobucket.com/albums/pp293/Kittani1977/PaintNet/KCPS-2bG75-SoftGreen.png|http://i421.photobucket.com/albums/pp293/Kittani1977/PaintNet/KCPS-2cG50-DeepGreen.png|http://i421.photobucket.com/albums/pp293/Kittani1977/PaintNet/KCPS-2dG25-DarkGreen.png

Blue Spectrum Palettes

http://i421.photobucket.com/albums/pp293/Kittani1977/PaintNet/KCPS-3aB100-PrimaryBlue.png|http://i421.photobucket.com/albums/pp293/Kittani1977/PaintNet/KCPS-3bB75-SoftBlue.png|http://i421.photobucket.com/albums/pp293/Kittani1977/PaintNet/KCPS-3cB50-DeepBlue.png|http://i421.photobucket.com/albums/pp293/Kittani1977/PaintNet/KCPS-3dB25-DarkBlue.png

Violet Spectrum Palettes

http://i421.photobucket.com/albums/pp293/Kittani1977/PaintNet/KCPS-4aV100-PrimaryViolet.png|http://i421.photobucket.com/albums/pp293/Kittani1977/PaintNet/KCPS-4bV75-SoftViolet.png|http://i421.photobucket.com/albums/pp293/Kittani1977/PaintNet/KCPS-4cV50-DeepViolet.png|http://i421.photobucket.com/albums/pp293/Kittani1977/PaintNet/KCPS-4dV25-DarkViolet.png

The Below 2 Palettes are basic palettes for use in general editing

http://i421.photobucket.com/albums/pp293/Kittani1977/PaintNet/KCPS-Basic.png|http://i421.photobucket.com/albums/pp293/Kittani1977/PaintNet/KCPS-Grayscale.png

The attached file is a zip of all the palette text files for the above pictures.

KCPS Palettes.zip 13.46 kB · 1,495 downloads

I tried downloading the file and extracting it and I didn't see the palette file.

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There are 19 text files in the zipped file KCPS PAlletes.zip. They are all paint.net palette files. Were you expecting images?

 

Find out how to use these text files here: https://www.getpaint.net/doc/latest/WorkingWithPalettes.html

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There are 19 text files in the zipped file KCPS PAlletes.zip. They are all paint.net palette files. Were you expecting images?

 

Find out how to use these text files here: https://www.getpaint.net/doc/latest/WorkingWithPalettes.html

No, I wasn't expecting to see images. I was expecting to see the folder of the files I had unzipped and I didn't see anything. I downloaded the KCPS Palletes zip file which has a link attached to it: https://forums.getpaint.net/applications/core/interface/file/attachment.php?id=2986 (the link is what was downloading. Not the zip file.)

 

EDIT: I figured it out. I clicked the file, opened the peazip app and clicked the option yes when asked about the new archive and moved the files to the palettes folder. The palettes work. :)

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19 hours ago, Reptillian said:

EDIT: Here's the working 211 Palettes Set. -> PaintNET_Palettes.zip

 

Also, you may want to be selective before inserting to palettes folder as trying to select one of them all to switch to can slow your computer down.

Thanks, I will try this one. :) It works. :)

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On 12/17/2008 at 7:03 PM, ZizOiz said:

the palette I use to paint grass:

  Reveal hidden contents


; 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.
80000C01
80001101
80001602
80001C02
80002103
80002603
80002B04
80003004
80003505
80003A05
80003F06
80004406
80004907
80004F07
80005408
80005908
80005E09
80006309
8000680A
80006D0A
8000720B
8000770B
80007C0C
8000820D
8000870D
80008C0E
8000910E
8000960F
80009B0F
8000A010
8000A510
8000AA11
8000AF11
8000B512
8000BA12
8000BF13

 

 

the palette I use to paint gray stone:

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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.
FF191713
FF1E1B17
FF23201B
FF28241F
FF2D2923
FF332E27
FF38322B
FF3D372F
FF423B33
FF474037
FF4C453B
FF51493F
FF564E43
FF5B5347
FF60574B
FF665C4F
FF6B6053
FF706557
FF756A5B
FF7A6E5F
FF7F7363
FF847767
FF897C6B
FF8E816F
FF938573
FF998A77
FF9E8F7B
FFA3937F
FFA89883
FFAD9C87
FFB2A18B
FFB7A68F
FFBCAA93
FFC1AF97
FFC6B49D
FFCEBBA3
FFD6C2A9
FFDDC9AF
FFE5D0B5
FFEDD7BB
FFF4DEC1
FFFCE5C7
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
80191713
801E1B17
8023201B
8028241F
802D2923
80332E27
8038322B
803D372F
80423B33
80474037
804C453B
8051493F
80564E43
805B5347
8060574B
80665C4F
806B6053
80706557
80756A5B
807A6E5F
807F7363
80847767
80897C6B
808E816F
80938573
80998A77
809E8F7B
80A3937F
80A89883
80AD9C87
80B2A18B
80B7A68F
80BCAA93
80C1AF97
80C6B49D
80CEBBA3
80D6C2A9
80DDC9AF
80E5D0B5
80EDD7BB
80F4DEC1
80FCE5C7
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF

 

 

the palette I use to paint tree trunks:

  Reveal hidden contents


; 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
FF020100
FF070501
FF0C0902
FF110C03
FF161004
FF1C1405
FF211706
FF261B08
FF2B1F09
FF30230A
FF35260B
FF3A2A0C
FF3F2E0D
FF44310E
FF49350F
FF4F3910
FF543C11
FF594012
FF5E4413
FF634714
FF684B15
FF6D4F17
FF705217
FF755918
FF7A5F19
FF7F661A
FF826C1C
FFAF932B
FFD8BA4B
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
7F000000
7F020100
7F070501
7F0C0902
7F110C03
7F161004
7F1C1405
7F211706
7F261B08
7F2B1F09
7F30230A
7F35260B
7F3A2A0C
7F3F2E0D
7F44310E
7F49350F
7F4F3910
7F543C11
7F594012
7F5E4413
7F634714
7F684B15
7F6D4F17
7F705217
7F755918
7F7A5F19
7F7F661A
7F826C1C
7FAF932B
7FD8BA4B
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF

 

 

a sepia-toned 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
FF0F0D0A
FF1E1B15
FF2D281F
FF3F382B
FF4F4636
FF5B523F
FF6D614B
FF7F7157
FF8E7E62
FF9E8C6D
FFAD9977
FFBAA580
FFC9B38B
FFD8C195
FFE8CEA0
FF000000
FF0F0D0B
FF1E1B16
FF2D2922
FF3F3A2F
FF4F483B
FF5E5646
FF6D6452
FF7F745F
FF8E826B
FF9E9076
FFAD9E82
FFBCAC8D
FFCCBA99
FFDBC8A4
FFEAD6AF
FF000000
FF0F0E0C
FF1E1C19
FF2D2A25
FF3F3B34
FF4F4940
FF5E584D
FF6D6659
FF7F7768
FF8E8575
FF9E9381
FFADA18E
FFBFB29C
FFCEC0A9
FFDDCFB5
FFEDDDC2
FF000000
FF0F0E0D
FF1E1D1A
FF2D2B28
FF3F3D38
FF4F4B45
FF5E5A53
FF6D6960
FF7F7A70
FF8E887D
FF9E978B
FFADA698
FFBFB7A8
FFCEC5B5
FFDDD4C3
FFEDE3D0
FF000000
FF0F0E0E
FF1E1D1C
FF2D2C2B
FF3F3E3B
FF4F4D4A
FF5E5C58
FF6D6B67
FF7F7C77
FF8E8B86
FF9E9A94
FFADA9A2
FFBFBBB3
FFCECAC2
FFDDD9D0
FFEDE8DE
FFFFE3AF
FFFFE8BF
FFFFEED1
FFFFF4E0
FFFFF9EF
FF000000

 

 

and an all-values vivid electric blue pallet:

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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
FF0F0D0A
FF1E1B15
FF2D281F
FF3F382B
FF4F4636
FF5B523F
FF6D614B
FF7F7157
FF8E7E62
FF9E8C6D
FFAD9977
FFBAA580
FFC9B38B
FFD8C195
FFE8CEA0
FF000000
FF0F0D0B
FF1E1B16
FF2D2922
FF3F3A2F
FF4F483B
FF5E5646
FF6D6452
FF7F745F
FF8E826B
FF9E9076
FFAD9E82
FFBCAC8D
FFCCBA99
FFDBC8A4
FFEAD6AF
FF000000
FF0F0E0C
FF1E1C19
FF2D2A25
FF3F3B34
FF4F4940
FF5E584D
FF6D6659
FF7F7768
FF8E8575
FF9E9381
FFADA18E
FFBFB29C
FFCEC0A9
FFDDCFB5
FFEDDDC2
FF000000
FF0F0E0D
FF1E1D1A
FF2D2B28
FF3F3D38
FF4F4B45
FF5E5A53
FF6D6960
FF7F7A70
FF8E887D
FF9E978B
FFADA698
FFBFB7A8
FFCEC5B5
FFDDD4C3
FFEDE3D0
FF000000
FF0F0E0E
FF1E1D1C
FF2D2C2B
FF3F3E3B
FF4F4D4A
FF5E5C58
FF6D6B67
FF7F7C77
FF8E8B86
FF9E9A94
FFADA9A2
FFBFBBB3
FFCECAC2
FFDDD9D0
FFEDE8DE
FFFFE3AF
FFFFE8BF
FFFFEED1
FFFFF4E0
FFFFF9EF
FF000000

 

 

and there are all of my useful to semi-useful pallets. My pallets that I use for painting typically have a section with the range of colors with complete opacity, and another with half opacity.

 

Not to nit-pick but the sepia-toned palette and electric blue palette are identical. BTW, thank you for sharing your palettes. Rick

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Red's Palette if anyone is interested. 

 

j2xKkx.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.
; Written by Ladybug - Name of Palette is Reds
FFFA8A72
FFFF24AA
FF7C0A02
FFED2939
FFCD5C5C
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Click HERE to see my Pictorium of images I have worked on.

 

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You were once wild here. Don't let them tame you.

 ~ Isadora Duncan

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On 2/8/2007 at 10:47 PM, BoltBait said:

Here is my palette file:

http://boltbait.com/pdn/img/BoltBaitPalettes.png

 

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; paint.net Palette File: Matrix Palette.txt
; Created by: BoltBait
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; paint.net Palette File: Rainbow
; Made by: BoltBait
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Thank you so much for getting here!

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  • 4 weeks later...

I call this one ChocolateGanache

 

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;  This palette file is generated by the Effects/Tools/Generate 96 distinct colors
; 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.
; Written by Ladybug - Name of Palette is ChocolateGanache
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Click HERE to see my Pictorium of images I have worked on.

 

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You were once wild here. Don't let them tame you.

 ~ Isadora Duncan

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9 hours ago, Ladybug said:

I call this one ChocolateGanache

 

Looks good enough to eat!!  Thanks.  ❤️ 😋

 

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I've always loved limited color palettes, and my recent discovery of Pico-8 has helped fuel that. Here's all 16 colors of the pico-8 color palette!

By the way, if you're using a plugin to convert it to the color palette, be sure to specify index 1-16.

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; Pico-8 Color Palette
; by Ovscore_
; Using the exact values from the wiki, this is all 16 of the colors used in the Pico-8 fantasy console.
; As you would expect, the only slots used are the first 16, so be sure to specify that when changing the palette of an image.
; Feel free to message me at https://twitter.com/wafflestanding if you have questions.
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I'll place this blank palette here in case someone else is looking it. All 96 color slots are filled with transparent black.

 

Download >> Transparent Black Palette

Discussed over here: 

 

 

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