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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.
12 colours sampled from old Japanese woodblock prints.
1bit monitor glow - a bold, punchy 1-bit palette by Polyducks for making art with two colours. A mildly cyan black with a mildly green white - the contrast helps the colours ping.
A four colour palette for gameboy and a smooth aesthetic
A 1bit palette for old-looking games etched onto pixellated parchment
A collection of colours used in early print media; sampled from various examples here: http://oa.letterformarchive.org/
The colours mostly rely on a black/red/orange/white scheme, but I brewed up companion cyan-greens which bridge across the blues/yellows.
For best results, use in big, punchy blocks.
A palette for a dark, gloomy cave, a place to bury your pokemon, or perhaps the wakening eye of a dragon. A palette by Polyducks.
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