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    The Zorn Color Palette for Photoshop

    I assembled a series of swatches that are based off of the limited Anders Zorn color palette of Yellow Ochre, Cadmium Red Medium, Zinc White, and Ivory Black. I decided to upload the swatches so anyone could use them here: http://www.mediafire.com/?9h4j6n4ngwqabgp

    If anyone isn't aware of Anders Zorn or his palette, here are a few examples of his paintings:









    Below is a painting that I did while experimenting with the swatches. Enjoy and post your results!

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    Dude, that painting of yours is crazy good!

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    Wonderful stuff! Thanks a ton for sharing

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    Good stuff man.

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    Brilliant, ty for sharing. ^^

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    Looks cool, I'll give it a try now!

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    i don't wanna hijack this thread, but i have made small tutorial how you can create swatches from any photo/painting, i think this can help other artist.
    If OP think i should remove this, i will.

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    Well that method is a lot quicker than what I did to make these! I'm not sure if that would be optimum for this because Zorn didn't necesarilly use every possible color for his paintings, but I'm sure that will come in handy on another ocassion. Thanks for sharing!

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    Just another FYI for Painter users. You can use Chris' Image to Mixer pad too

    http://www.studiochris.us/2011/mxsma...ter-mixer-pad/

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    okay i got a little too carried away, it's a lot of fun to use a limited palette and have it set out by temperatures is very efficient. Thanks Jacob!



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    ]thx man! here is my test

    I did it very fast .. 15/20 min... later I'll finish xD

    its a really great palette

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    little bit better now



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