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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.
A neon blue, misty lavender, red-violet, and deep purple image of celestial clouds, shimmery stars, swirly galaxies, and delicious berries floating through the void of space. Delicious. (This almost sounds like a cereal description. Now I'm hungry) - by
A 48-color multipurpose palette based on the spectrum of colors found in opals and iridescent crystals. Lots of nice pastels, with tints and shades so it's easy to build depth in objects. All of the colors are more cool-toned overall to maintain a cohesive feel throughout. Really good for fantasy environments.
A fantasy image of a witch's workshop with crystals, a scrying orb, candles, charms, and all sorts of other fun stuff. Made as an example for the Iridescent Crystal Palette, so of course it features mutliple iridescent crystals! I had a lot of fun making this and am really proud of it. Can't forget the garlic to keep away the vampires! - by
Ewwwwwwwww. A creepy image of slimy flesh, yellowed teeth, and disembodied eyes made using the bright primary hues of the Neon Flesh palette, with a nice dithered gradient in the background. This makes me uncomfortable, I don't know why I made it. - by
A red, gold, pink, and green image of vintage makeup and makeup tools, created as an example for my Cherry Love palette. I was inspired by current and vintage makeup, as well as vintage typography. - by
Hey bro, got any lamps? A 20-color palette of gray-browns inspired by moths, as well as a spectrum of warm primary tones inspired by lightbulbs, little beady red moth eyes, and blue carpet (a moth's favorite color to munch on).