This is a very specific topic, but it was hard to find information about it online, so I’ll post my findings here.
If you want to force a certain color palette on your image in Photoshop you can choose
Image –> Mode –> Indexed Color.
A window will pop up where you can choose a palette. If you want to create your own palette in which you select all the colors, you can do this:
Set the palette to “custom”. A color table window will open. You can delete existing colors by ctrl-clicking on them. You can add more colors by clicking an empty color slot and picking a color for it.
Here’s a quick gif-like video of creating custom color tables (ACT-files) in Photoshop and saving them for later use:
I’m currently working on a project in which I need to create a lot of vector drawings. After trying Inkscape for a moment and having some frustrations with the user interface there, I decided to return to my favorite software: Blender. In this post I will document the things I learn while using the grease pencil tool to create vector art in Blender.Continue reading “Using Blender as a vector drawing program”
This is a quick example of how you can tint an svg image even if it’s added to the page externally (it’s not an inline svg):Continue reading “Colorize or tint an SVG image with CSS”
This post documents my research for finding a good drawing app for my Samsung Galaxy Tab 10 Android tablet. I will add more apps as I discover and test them.Continue reading “Comparison of Android drawing apps”
In this video we match the color of two different images:
Sometimes it makes sense to paint directly in the UV/Image editor. This quick tip shows how:
In this video we create a perfect heart shape in Adobe Illustrator: