Warning: a modern web browser is required to use this website.
We detected that you may have an out of date or unsupported web browser. This tool, like many others on this site and across the web uses features only available in new web browsers. We reccommend updating your current browser or downloading Firefox or Chrome.
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.
If you are searching a 64 color palette, there's 94% chance this is the one for you. How can I be so sure? I'm not, but at the same time we'll never get the actual statistics, so I can as well be right until further investigations. Anyway seriously, do download this palette, it's the only thing I am proud of since the day I was born.
A palette with vibrant saturated colors that maintain a grounded and balanced style. With highlights ramping towards hot colors, and the shadows ramping towards cold you will have an immersive contrast that is pleasing to the eye.
Palette examples. Note how the less saturated brown examples used for trees/sand can help boost colors around it. You can have similar desaturated cold lifeless metals, wood, etc to apply this affect in other cases. For best use avoid mixing the brown ramps as this is intended to be used for specific cases where you need more contrast. - by
A 6 color palette based on the CVD6 palette by Ádám Szieberth. I have not only brought their values closer together and modified their saturations, but also replaced the pure black and white by a deep green and a soft, pinkish white.