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Post your color picker of choice.
>>2864818>>2864854>triangle color pickerbad meme.
>>2864886school us anon
>>2864913Same amount of information crammed into a smaller area means less accurate color picking and in worst cases even omitting some colors completely.
>>2864924So, triangle < square < pentagon?
Since I come from traditional media I have a swatch of colors, I mix them on screen or with sliders and paint from it
>>2864924That's why you use a gamut, ya doofus, but I'd rather retain some sense of value coherence than pick between two gorillion hues There's no "inaccurate color picking" like getting brainwashed by the square
>>2864924The triangle omits nothing you ragamuffin. The square us just filled with repeated hue points.If anything the triangle is more accurate. Not that it matters much either way.
>>2864988That's really clever, I like it
>>2865268I can color pick colors that will show up as "white" on the triangle because it doesn't exist in the triangle.Maybe my extension just sucks though.
>>2865278This is what a palette in a piece will normally look like for me.My only issue is the swatch I use. sometimes I feel it lacks personality or that it is too platic.
>>2864664>>2864790these are the comfiest
>>2865519Nice idea but remember that mixing colors on digital is very different than traditionnal
>>2864924>less accurate color pickingi can tell that u are shit at values/color by this statement 100%
>>2865321Is your color space lab? I find that painterswheel is designed for RGB and not much else
>>2866059I am. Well, with colors at least.It's really just a "what if" kinda thing, where it in practice is unnoticeable, but in theory is annoying that the program isn't providing working to it's potential.
>>2866053I know but that is not an issue for me because I never mix primaries to make secundaries or similar.
>digital fags create this kind of problems to feel more involved in process
>>2868753This LOL. i dont even use a color picker. i just once in a while click the photoshop picker when i really need a color, but in most cases i just use the colors on my canvas
>>2868753>That feel when mixing actual paint on an actual paletteFeels good negroid
>>2868765I hope you're trolling. Doing this is a bad habit and will degrade your color into mud. Using a color picker in digital painting is mandatory.
>>2868864no youre clearly a fuckin beginner if you think thats true dumbshit