Add that royal elegance to your next project! Purple is usually associated with luxury and royalty, but don't feel like you have to make something opulent because of it! You can use different shades or purple for a beautiful galaxy theme, moody illustration and so much more! What will you create?
This palette would be perfect to create gender neutral surface pattern design, like children's bedding, nursery wallpaper, or just a nice abstract paint on your wall. Light and airy can also be applied to snowy scenery designs or paintings. If you have been playing with vibrant and bold colors lately, this is a good opportunity to try something different!
Hues of blues that can be perfect for home decor, abstract art, or even a nice beach watercolor paint. Loose or detailed, you choose. If you letter, this would be a nice palette for an inspirational quote to print and hang up on your wall!
Bright and colorful, perfect for summer time! If you illustrate, this palette would be perfect for children's book! If you letter, you cna use just one main color, and add the other ones as either background or accent colors and details!
One of my favorite color combos! Perfect for that 70's style lettering or even seamless pattern designs! BUT, depending how much of ONE color you use, you can have a nice "deserty" sunset in the works!
If you were looking for inspiration to create a more kid friendly work, you're in luck! This can be done via surface pattern design, lettering, or painting! In addition, since these can be used as Easter colors, you can start working on those Easter greeting cards you have been putting off for so long....... ok, that was for me LOL
This color combo is perfect for lettering designs who are mid century or vintage inspired! Think of drive-ins, or vintage city tour posters! Have you tried the Fauxsaics (or mosaics) art? this palette would be a good choice for it!
Boho 2 adds the warm tone (peach) to this, for a nice variation of Boho 1 color palette. You can design something that has more of a desert feel, or lots of floral and cacti, greenery, and so much more. Endless possibilities!
When I first added this combo here i thought of pillow cases, or quilts for a nice french country design or theme. But there are lots more than that! If you do alcohol ink for example, you can add a little gold to the mix for a nice metallic pop!
Moody colors are my jam. If you do digital lettering, you have lost of options for main color, 3D color and shading. If you do watercolor, a nice loose ocean design, or even a misty forest. Contrary to what a lot of people think, you don't need green for forest design, you can do it with blues, gray, even purple! If you do watercolor brush lettering, this would be a great color combo to use!
Bring on the fall colors! Since I'm not a huge fan of the traditional fall colors together (think of yellow, orange, and brown), i do love them in more creative fall palettes. I absolutely LOVE navy blue with marroon and deep orage for fall leaves or plants!
I'm not sure where you live but here in Southern California, we have the best winter sunsets. Like, it's really something. So I grabbed those colors and added them here. There are more than 4 colors in the sunset palette, but for the sake of sanity, i added my fave 4. What will you create?
Most of the time when I do watercolor floral, i omit green in favor or blue for the leaves. I think light pink and deep blue are great together for not only watercolor, but also lettering (digital or analog). For best mixing results, real watercolor ink works best (instead of watercolor brushes like Tombow, for example), but either one can be done!
Lollipop has lots of purple, but for some people, not enough (like yours truly LOL)! I chose this palette after seeing a photo of mountain scenery right after sunset. The sky was kind of purple and pink, with grey-ish mountains in the background. Did that give you any ideas? because that's the intent!
If I could paint/letter/illustrate one theme, and one theme only, it would be galaxy. This color combo is perfect for it, and if you think that's too much blue, just omit one and add either neon green or bright magenta for that northern lights feel!
Italian village is the perfect palette for home decor, or even office space if you are in search of more neutral colors. If you're like me, i get tired of bright and bold designs easy, and this is certainly easier on the eye!