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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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Based on arid nature
Created with eye-pleasing colors, this is for GB-style pixelart!
A palette based on pixel art I made last year, with some edits.
Desaturated versions of white, black, and ROYGBP. Designed to work together nicely with a couple simple ramps.
An expanded version of "TY - Shades of Nokia 4". Additional colors have been added based on a recent piece i made, Mini Cars.
A vibrant and colorful 14-color pallete with plenty of limitation.
An 8-color palette with limiting colors.
Intended to be as versatile as possible for such a small palette, this palette was originally made a long time ago for a paint program on scratch.mit.edu, with slight edits made to it over time. I have decided to submit this palette to Lospec. The 10 colors has its limits, and the dark purple may be used as a "black".
This is a 16 color palette optimized for colorblind vision. It has been tested with various vision simulation tools as well as by a few colorblind people with various types of color blindness. It has been adapted from colorblind palettes such as the one IBM uses but was made with pixel art in mind. All colors should resolve to unique identifiable shades even if the hue is similar. Even for extreme cases such as Monochromancy which reduces all colors to grayscale it should still resolve to shades that are different enough to the eye. Can be used for pixel art or UI. There is a github project for it here https://github.com/filipworksdev/colorblind-palette-16 . Note that since there are so many types of colorblindness there may be scenarios that I have not tested. Please report any issues at the repo above so we can fix it up!
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