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Palette List

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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). You can also try a our palette of the day or a random palette.

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Suggested tags: hardware, artist, computer, gameboy

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Atari 8-Bit Series - GTIA 

Submitted by PixelCrunch

The Atari 8-Bit Series...A wonderful system from 1979. For then, 256 colors was QUITE a lot of colors to use! The thing is, like the Nintendo NES, there is no one "True" GTIA Palette, so here is my closest Approximation to it. You may agree or disagree, but this is the closest I can get to it. Analyzed and Created via Aseprite.

  • #atari
  • 256 colors

Tags: hardware, atari, computer

Color Graphics Adapter 

CGA was a graphics card released in 1981 for the IBM PC. The standard mode uses one of two 4-color palettes (each with a low-intensity and high-intensity mode), but a hack allows use of all 16. #cga

  • #cga
  • 16 colors

Windows 95 - 256 colours 

Submitted by Chris Moes

This palette was originally created by Mathew Eis and posted to his site. It's a reconstruction of windows 95's 8-bit 256 color palette.

Had trouble getting it working so uploading it here to convert, as well as share with other people looking for it (took me a bit of searching to find)

  • #windows256
  • 256 colors

Tags: windows, 95, computer, 256, 8bit

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