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Mineral palettes
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(02-18-2020, 02:58 PM)rich2005 Wrote:
(02-18-2020, 02:35 PM)Zero01 Wrote: Apparently this is  deadened_glow https://twitter.com/deadenedglow
Not on twitter myself, so hoping someone else may get intouch, perhaps!

Takes you to https://www.deviantart.com/rubydeva/gallery  Those were the apophysis gradients I saw earlier, still no sign of palettes

Twitter? sorry I do "social nothing"

"Social minus" here Smile  - anyway found some good ones whilst away: palettes-adrian-fractint.tar.gz
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#12
A large collection, 415 files, should keep you occupied for a while Wink

No .gpl extensions on them. Seem to be dated August 1997 ?

I have updated to the present format. Nothing special just adding a couple of lines "Name: xxxx" & "Columns: 16"  at the front of the file + the .gpl extension

see the zip file.


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#13
Great, thanks Smile
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Just because fractint appeared in name (an old DOS fractal program that I used to play with)  I had a look at the source of the palettes archive.
http://ftp.vim.org/pub/ftp/ftp/graphics/gimp/contrib/ No more palettes but some nice patterns. About 50 patterns in 2 archives, granite and stone.

   

You could probably make some palettes from the images.
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(Yesterday, 12:36 PM)rich2005 Wrote: Just because fractint appeared in name (an old DOS fractal program that I used to play with)  I had a look at the source of the palettes archive.
http://ftp.vim.org/pub/ftp/ftp/graphics/gimp/contrib/ No more palettes but some nice patterns. About 50 patterns in 2 archives, granite and stone.



You could probably make some palettes from the images.

Fantastic find, thanks rich! I will get right to it! Big Grin
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