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Palette List

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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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Created by Gormie

My first palette on this website. It's got 69 colours which may be a bit too much. Pretty vibrant overall. It's fine for general use. Wasn't aiming for a specific theme. Criticism is very welcome! Help me improve! 

  • #general69
  • 69 colors

Mega Drive Blue 

Created by MetaruPX

A palette built and developed from the very title screen of Sonic 3, focused on emulating vibrant colors and an abundant use of black found in Mega Drive/Genesis games that somehow contrast with the SNES's more pastel tones. Note that this palette is in constant development, so expect an update somewhere in the future. (Note: this is not specifically a system palette, only inspired by it)

  • #megadriveblue
  • 34 colors

Hot Highlights, Cold Shadows 

Created by Asarge

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.

  • #hotcoldramps
  • 92 colors
  • Hot Highlights, Cold Shadows Palette Example by Asarge

    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 Asarge

  • Tags: hot, highlights, cold, shadows, saturated, vibrant, color, ramps, asarge, andre, sargeant

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