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Thread: Minecraft wool color Photoshop ACO file

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    Minecraft wool color Photoshop ACO file

    For those of you who use Photoshop, I took an 11x11 averaged eyedropper sample of the various wool colors in Minecraft and turned them into a Photoshop palette file. Feel free to use/distribute it.

    Minecraft.aco

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    Any chance you'd be able to convert it into a palette file Paint.net can use? XP

    It's actually just a text file, formatted as below...
    Code:
    ; Paint.NET Palette File
    ; Lines that start with a semicolon are comments
    ; Colors are written as 8-digit hexadecimal numbers: aarrggbb
    ; For example, this would specify green: FF00FF00
    ; The alpha ('aa') value specifies how transparent a color is. FF is fully opaque, 00 is fully transparent.
    ; A palette must consist of ninety six (96) colors. If there are less than this, the remaining color
    ; slots will be set to white (FFFFFFFF). If there are more, then the remaining colors will be ignored.
    FF000000
    FF404040
    FFFF0000
    FFFF6A00
    FFFFD800
    FFB6FF00
    FF4CFF00
    FF00FF21
    FF00FF90
    FF00FFFF
    FF0094FF
    FF0026FF
    FF4800FF
    FFB200FF
    etc. (That bit at the top is probably already obvious, but I left it in to avoid ambiguity.)

    If you can, thanks in advance; if that .aco is already a mutated text file, feel free to whap me with a hammer.
    Last edited by KarasuG; August 14th, 2011, August 14th, 2011 at 02:24 PM.
    Όσο κι αν ανάστησα το χάδι σου
    Σ' ένα σκοτάδι σου
    Πάντα θα ξεψυχώ

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    ; Minecraft Wool Palette
    ; Derived from images of the wool texture
    ; and averaged over an 11-pixel area in Photoshop
    ; Created by impulse nine
    ; part of Team Interrobang
    ; Join our Minecraft servers at mc.teaminterrobang.com:25566
    ; or visit our website at www.teaminterrobang.com
    ;
    ; Color order:
    ; White, Light Grey, Dark Grey, Black,
    ; Red, Orange, Yellow, Lime Green,
    ; Green, Light Blue, Cyan, Blue,
    ; Purple, Magenta, Pink, Brown
    FFe4e4e4
    FFa0a7a7
    FF414141
    FF181414
    FF9e2b27
    FFea7e35
    FFc2b51c
    FF39ba2e
    FF364b18
    FF6387d2
    FF267191
    FF253193
    FF7e34bf
    FFbe49c9
    FFd98199
    FF56331c

    minecraft_paint_palette.txt

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    Thanks; that's epic. It'll help me sort out some of my bigger single-player projects.
    Όσο κι αν ανάστησα το χάδι σου
    Σ' ένα σκοτάδι σου
    Πάντα θα ξεψυχώ

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    I took this as an opportunity to learn how to force an image to have a particular palette.

    I'm gonna make my first how-to Photoshop tutorial

    Meantime here's the resulting image for Karasu.

    pokemonthing.gif

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    Able to add more block colors :3?

    This looks really awesome :D i created some pixel arts on the minecraft.dk server i'm playing on, and i like the first part about your patern thing, but if you only have wool colors, there is stil blocks like Wooden Planks, Lapis, Iron / Gold / Diamond / Emerald blocks and maybe dirt / clay that is a little differents from the Light Grey and Brown wool ;p but if you could add other importen colors it would be really awesome! Then i would give it more then a go ;P for faster editting of the picture ! thumbs up from here!

    -sokiane

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    If you want to add colors, really all you need to do is add colors to your palette, and the instructions are the same. I don't know what version of Photoshop you have, but Google can tell you how to do that.

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    I could try that, just aint sure what hex code the colors have :P treid google that didt really help, but i'll try that out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sokiane View Post
    I could try that, just aint sure what hex code the colors have :P treid google that didt really help, but i'll try that out!
    Are you using Photoshop?

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