Pixel Art Help: Custom Colours

Want to expand upon the 20 preset colours (yes, colours. I'm Canadian, and I'm proud of it). Not a problem, as Pixel Art allows up to 10 custom colours of your choice! 

Pixel Art 10 & Newer

Image from Pixel Art 11

Image from Pixel Art 11

To get started, either right-click on 'Colour Picker' or 'Change Colour.' This help guide will walk you through setting a colour manually by using the 'Change Colour' option. To use the Colour Picker, click here.

From there, you can pick from 48 more colours, or, to get to what you see to the left where you can pick exactly the colour you'd like, click the 'Define Custom Colours' button.

Once you have the colour picked out that you'd like to use, click 'Ok' and then the colour will be added to your Custom Colour Palette. Now, treat it like any colour, and you're good to go!

Want to reset it to white? Right-click on it, and click 'Reset to White' and you're done!

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Pixel Art 9

To get started, either right-click on 'Colour Picker' or 'Change Colour.' This help guide will walk you through setting a colour manually by using the 'Change Colour' option. To use the Colour Picker, click here.

From there, you can pick from 48 more colours, or, to get to what you see to the left where you can pick exactly the colour you'd like, click the 'Define Custom Colours' button.

Once you have the colour picked out that you'd like to use, click 'Ok' and then the colour will be added to your Custom Colour Palette. Now, treat it like any colour, and you're good to go!

Want to reset it to white? Right-click on it, and click 'Reset to White' and you're done!

CLICK HERE TO GO BACK