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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 1bit palette for old-looking games etched onto pixellated parchment
This palette is a simple 13 color palette. All the colors are more desaturated and work well together. It's my favorite palette I've made! I'm going to use it for a game!
It’s 4:37 a.m. You’ve just woke up and the sun hasn’t even made an intention of rising. Going back to bed is impossible. You feel your stomach complaining, announcing a dooming morning starvation, but the drowsiness is such you can barely move.You looks for the easiest thing to cook. You make soft-boiled eggs. Jokes apart, this 3 color palette is meant to be simple and fulfilling, just like eggs. Whatever you are not able to do with it, rely on negative spaces and context assumption to fill in the blanks.
Sampled from a genuine Apple Macintosh CRT in 2021, it uses the light blue and faded black to carry 1bit art in the closest you can get to looking at an Apple Macintosh screen's colours without sitting in front of one. Take note that the colours are sampled from a daylight photograph of actual hardware then manually adjusted to best match the image, and is thus a representation of how the art displays as opposed to how it's recorded in software (which definitely would've been true black or white). Anyone has permission to use this palette for any purpose.
Singularity is a simple, easy to use 4 color palette. It's also one of the palettes I'm using for my new, ASCII inspired series of wallpapers. Black and white for contrast; red for objects of importance; green for detailing.
a palette that I made for a little pixel art video game that I'm making called BaksuBattle. I had to add the last color for the funds, sorry
three drawings, the first is one of very high resolution, to show how good this palette is in gradients, the second is simply the name of the palette and the third is an image of the game to show that it also works for small drawing - by Lautaro Salas Cismondi
My second 3 color entry.
cl a n g y o .
Haha yesSorry if this is a disappointment But it's my first colour palletHaha yes
a simple pallette, easy to use and easy to make great art with, this pallet is a steal of a deal, wether you're making a dungeon crawler, a sprite, or a texturepack, this pallet comes out on top!
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