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Color selectors in Krita 2.0

Color selection is at the heart of painting, but it seems there isn’t a true and unique answer for all users. Some will feel more confortable with a wheel and triangle, some with the rectangle, some with editing the value or use a painterly color mixer (not visible on the screenshot).

So we now offer a full set of dockers for your pleasure:

But one thing we know is that there should be only one docker visible by default, and it needs to be small but yet powerful enough to select your color, that’s what the “small color selector” is intended for.

  1. ManagementBoy
    28 January, 2008 at 07:59

    looks great. I love choice. I miss two color pickers I like and use a lot. First, Corel Photo Paint has an easy Pantone color picker. This is nice if you have a company with CI/CD that defines the colors by Pantone name (Marlboro Red). The second I found a while ago was this unobstusive way: http://www.sbbelements.com/team/tutorials/ONSITE/ARTICLES/shelleyrae_articles_glitterartrage/image010.jpg

  2. Cyrille Berger
    28 January, 2008 at 08:07

    For the “pantone color picker” there is a palette docker with a list of colors. (But pantone is very protective about their list of colors).

  3. Przemek
    24 February, 2008 at 16:54

    wow, this is great. I love circle with triangle but small colour picker is good too. Picking with HSV is the most easy and intuitive. 🙂___________Sorry for my English.

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