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If you’re reading this, there probably aren’t very many posts yet. But don’t worry, you can be the first! Either create a new post or just reply to this one to say ‘hi’.


#2

Two palettes. One manually done and the other by using the Import palette feature. A quick way to get colours from an image.


#3

Didn’t have a theme in mind yet. So all the Random Colors!


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First custom palette


#7

Random colors around a base brown:


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Random Colors
Palette


#10

Colours I like!


#11

Some basic distinct colors, some brightness variation
2017-07-27 12_36_46-Palette Editor


#12

I used a few colors but changed their Saturation and Value down the vertical

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#13

bruins huh? I prob live near you

Wasn’t sure if there was anyone from around here on these forums xD


#14

I’m originally from Nova Scotia, Canada but I live in Indiana. Not a lot of hockey in these parts :frowning:


#15

Wellz I’m more of a Rangers guy anyway; they’re gonna kick ur ass in the semi-finals one of these years!


#16

I’d offer some kind of bet but not sure what the currency would be, since your in the GIMP course and I’m in the modeling course right now :stuck_out_tongue:

But it would be some kind of creation :sunglasses:
:water_buffalo::ice_hockey:
slapping that bruin ass (i dont see a bear thumbnail lol)


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Fire and Blue Fire


#19

I’m not sure what, if anything, I’ll use the palette for yet, but I figured I could get creative with these colors.


#20

Hi! Here is my Pallet =)

MyPallet