Colormind is a color scheme generator that uses deep learning. It can learn color styles from photographs, movies, and popular art.
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Taken from the in-game assets of the original Paper Mario on Nintendo 64, this dataset has the classic Nintendo look - bright blues, greens and reds.
This 2006 film uses saturated color schemes to great effect. The bright, almost surreal colors of the story-scape juxtaposes perfectly with the dark, somber colors of the hospital.
Stellar photography, auroras and other images of the night sky. Photos of the stars have a surprisingly diverse palette of greens, blues and reds.
Only God Forgives+
This film is filled with scenes lit by neon, and those neon colors reflect heavily in the generated palettes.
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If no colors are locked Colormind will generate color palettes at random.
If you have a specific starting color in mind, pick that color and lock it. The location of the color does matter, so experiment with different placements.
If you have two complementary colors, try placing them at the opposite ends of the palette. Colormind will tend to generate nice intermediate values.
If you want more variety try placing contrasting colors closer together, colormind will then tend to create triadic and other more complex color schemes.