I recommend printing on the paper you normally draw on to get the best representation of what your colors will truly look like. This is perfect to print on 8.5x11"
132 Color Chart
I had a hard time finding the color chart that I wanted. Either they were outdated (not having the full 150 premier colors now available), or simply didn't suit the type of chart I wanted. So, I decided to make my own and to share it with you all. I’ll probably make charts for other sets (24, 48, etc, and virithin, watercolor…, different language for color names too anyone?) in the future too. Enjoy!
I made this with Photoshop CS5.
The original color chart I used for reference is here: [link] Since the top seemed boring, I decided to spruce it up and make it match the Prisma site a bit.
I used the free paper texture from [link]
Logo, colored pencils images Copyright Prismacolor
Hi all, i'm realizing a Color By Number book, so i'm play with various software and tool to obtain best coloring experience. Bigger problem I've founded, is number/real pencil color palette matching!
The user have a commercial pencil/marker set to use with all pages of the book. So each page i design must have a common color palette with only SOME colour usable in a specific page, depend of content colors. I've read about many brands, and prismacolor, very good product in colorist niche, and i'm asking about digital palette to use to create color matching..Can you help me? I'm using ColorByNumber Application, Photoshop, Gimp