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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.
Commodore64 was an 8-bit home computer released in 1982.
Use by early versions of windows for UI and icons.
Newly recalculated palette for the VIC II (Commodore 64) by Pepto. #c64
All available LEGO brick colours from 2016. These are colours for opaque bricks only. The transparent bricks are the same as opaque only...transparent.
A palette taken from the 2016 interior memo from LEGO as listed here: https://brickset.com/colours . This is a direct 1:1 copy from the memo, including the metalic and glow-in-the-dark colours. These are listed last as #e4edce, #42433e, #c39738 and #878c8f
Palette used in Uzebox console, #daffff is used for transparency
The Commodore VIC-20 was an 8-bit computer released by Commodore Business Machines in 1980.
SECAM was a color television released in France, 1967. The palette is a 3-bit RGB made by mapping the luminance to color and ignoring the hue.
A calculated palette using 1 bit for each RGB value. It was used by a number of early computers.
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