New in Early Beta!
From polycount user Muzzoid comes a photoshop plugin that uses mathematically correct color palettes from a space. Using lights from a “space” the plugin simulates what colors would look like in various lighting conditions. For example a red color with a ambiant blue will read as a dark violet. A pink in an outdoor scene may be a grey; it’s basically a wonderful simulation of color theory, but it does it automatically, so you the artist can nail correct lighting conditions immediately. In addition, you can reverse engineer colors from a painting. It is available for 12 USD over at gumroad. If you’re not convinced, check out the demo video from Muzzoid below, and be sure to check out Muzzoid’s polycount thread and check out his Prisma Palette gumroad!
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