Create Custom Color Palettes with Pixlr

With Pixlr's Color Picker Tool, you can easily create your personal custom color palettes for your design projects. Choose from an endless range of colors and save your favorite combinations to over and over.

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Color Palettes Maker

Why Choose Pixlr's Color Palette Maker?

This tool boosts an intuitive interface that makes it easy to create custom color palettes. It is perfect for designers, artists, and anyone who wants to add an artisitic touch to their projects.

How To Use Pixlr's Color Palette Maker

Step #1

Visit Pixlr's website at and choose "Pixlr E" or "Pixlr X" depending on your preferences. Pixlr E is more advanced, while Pixlr X is great for beginners. Create a new project or open an existing image to start editing with the Color Palette tool.

Step #2

Find the Color Palette by clicking on the color watch icon, usually located in the toolbar or the right-side panel. In Pixlr E, it's on the bottom toolbar; in Pixlr X, it's in the "Properties" panel. Click the icon to open the Color Palette editing tool.

Step #3

Choose a color for your project by clicking on a color within the palette or creating a custom color. To create a custom color, click the "+" button and use the color picker or input the Hex, RGB, or HSL values. The chosen color will be set as the primary color.

Step #4

Use the Paint Bucket, Brush, or other tools to apply the chosen color to your image. The Paint Bucket fills an area with the primary color, while the Brush lets you paint freehand. You can also toggle between tools to achieve the desired effect and blend colors.

Step #5

After editing, save your project by clicking "File" > "Save" in the top menu. Choose your desired file format (e.g., JPEG, PNG) and adjust the quality if needed. Click "Save" to download the edited image to your device or choose "Save to Library" to store it online.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is Pixlr's Color Palette Maker? Pixlr's Color Palette Maker is a user-friendly tool that allows users to create custom color palettes by extracting colors from images, generating harmonious color combinations, and manually selecting colors.
How do I access Pixlr's Color Palette Maker Tool? To access the Color Palette Maker Tool, visit the Pixlr website and navigate to the Color Palette Maker page or directly visit the dedicated tool's URL.
Can I extract colors from an image using the Color Palette Maker Tool? Yes, you can upload an image to the tool, and it will automatically generate a color palette based on the colors present in the image.
How many colors can I have in a custom color palette? You can have up to 50 colors in a custom color palette.
Can I rearrange the colors in my palette? Yes, you can rearrange the colors in your palette by clicking and dragging the individual color swatches to your desired order.
Is there a limit to how many color palettes I can create? There is no limit to the number of color palettes you can create using Pixlr's Color Palette Maker Tool. Feel free to create and save as many color palettes as you need.
Can I create a color palette based on a specific image's mood or theme? While there is no direct option to create a color palette based on a specific mood or theme, you can upload an image that represents the desired mood or theme, and the tool will generate a color palette based on the image's colors.
What are color palettes? Color palettes are a collection of colors that work well together and are often used in design projects to create a cohesive and harmonious visual appearance.
How do I choose the right color palette for my project? Consider the project's purpose, target audience, desired mood or emotion, and brand identity when selecting a color palette. Experiment with various color schemes and choose one that best represents your project's goals.
How can I ensure color accessibility in my designs? Consider using high-contrast color combinations, avoid relying solely on color to convey information, and test your designs for colorblind accessibility.