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Desolate Guest Palette

Created by Zero

Inspired by Dark Fantasy and Horror themes, Desolate Guest is perfect for dark moody scenes.

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Number of colors: 128
Downloads: 1111
#000000
#131013
#101024
#390904
#0f1527
#171723
#071e38
#1b1b1b
#391313
#560e05
#33181e
#231a5b
#25212a
#351d20
#0c2197
#252526
#272727
#3c212c
#162c50
#512020
#282d39
#4b2340
#332c30
#731e11
#1b3629
#5e271c
#482b4a
#293836
#3c3633
#343744
#4d3232
#9c1f0c
#303e23
#323a50
#6c2e2b
#3b3b3b
#184450
#4d3744
#234734
#413f46
#364159
#324179
#523c4e
#8b2d4c
#923212
#723756
#653c46
#7a363f
#63402c
#055682
#823b2a
#733e44
#4a4a4a
#b22e2e
#5e4b37
#3e5442
#4d48a3
#544f4f
#af391e
#465926
#4b5367
#69513f
#346132
#864658
#4c5870
#8344a7
#825045
#635945
#38607c
#6d546b
#825737
#5f5f5f
#8e5728
#835761
#af5128
#636a49
#7b6840
#d44e52
#567087
#796699
#7d6c57
#4e7e3a
#786d7b
#b2652e
#5c7a56
#b65d6e
#54814e
#3a7ebb
#92725f
#a87048
#a66d73
#9a745f
#aa735a
#808080
#ba7830
#b0766d
#868831
#f36c52
#d07575
#65929e
#a5857b
#b88450
#ce862c
#c1856d
#a38f80
#55a894
#61a3c7
#ec8a4b
#80ac40
#c58cc6
#b79c71
#be9d58
#32c879
#39c4d0
#80b5c7
#dda677
#94c0d8
#67df53
#8bd0ba
#dfc449
#f0c542
#ddccc6
#ffcc68
#b4d8de
#e1d895
#ffd09e
#d5ea63
#ffffff
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Comments (6)

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Vagos Mine
Thanks, I just want to use the aseprite shade tool that's why I'm trying to organize it in a way that this tool is usefull. I will try my best to organize it, really nice colors btw 
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Zero
I use it this way, most people don’t understand, because they are used to seeing palettes separated by Chroma, I organized by luminosity, if you want a hint, try to ignore a little the colors and focus on deciding whether what you are doing should be light or dark, maybe this will help

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