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Palette List

The Lospec Palette List is a database of palettes for pixel art. We include both palettes that originate from old hardware that could only display a few colors, as well as palettes created by pixel artists specifically for making art. All palettes can be downloaded and imported into your pixelling software of choice (learn how).

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Suggested tags: hardware, artist, computer, gameboy

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CPC Boy 

"I sort of like the Armstrad CPC palette, but it's a bit too in my face with saturation madness. How does it look desaturated? Well, Photoshop changes the values a bit when desaturating, but I went in and did some manual tweaking. Only 27 entries, so I added a A Gameboy screen gradient at the end. Unsure about ordering. Version is at 3 or 4 now." -Arne Niklas Jansson

  • 32 colors

Eroge Copper 

"There was some activity over at the pixeljoint forums (I'm not registered though) to do a 16 color palette with character. I took this to mean that the palette should have a heavy focus on some colors, and less on others." -Arne Niklas Jansson

  • 16 colors


"Psygnosis often used palettes in the muddy range (It was often the copper skies which added a touch of color). This particular one was inspired by the game Ork." -Arne Niklas Jansson

  • 16 colors


"This started as an edit of a Windows 3.1 screenshot, but once I used the palette on screenshots I had to make major revisions because I had optimised it for icons." -Arne Niklas Jansson

  • 16 colors
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