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Thread: Windsor Newton Color Set for AR

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    Wink Windsor Newton Color Set for AR

    I would like to share a color set based on the Windsor Newton Watercolors with the group. The colors also have all the names. Enjoy!

    Warmest wishes,
    Karen Bonaker
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    A beautiful palette Karen, thanks for sharing
    "I paint because I love to cut mats" (Arthur Alexander)

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    Thank you Karen, added to my palette file

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    Excellent watercolors W&N, I like the blues and the rest of all.
    Thank you Karen !
    As you like W&N , you may find my W&N oil palette in here:
    Palettes: oil colours W&N,OH and names,
    my favorite from that files is still OH .
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    color w@n

    thanks karenb Itried to get them but got lost I press for save and the icon is on desktop when clicked it asked what program I click artrage when I look I can't Find the color's

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    It's a very nice palette, thanks!
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    Hi Eighty+
    You'll need to load your .col file from within the artrage application.
    To do this open the colour samples panel and using the menu (top right) choose either 'Import New Global Colour Sample Set' or 'Import New Local Colour Sample Set'.
    When you import them as a global set they are available to every new painting you do until you change your global set.
    When you import them as a local set they are available to the current open painting only.
    Hope this helps
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    "I paint because I love to cut mats" (Arthur Alexander)

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    Thank you very much Karen!

    I have all those colours in my "real" watercolour palette ,yes, I know ...
    in reality you do not need that much of colours..

    Even 6 (2 of each primaries = warm and cold) could be enough for
    someone.

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    Karen this is great. Thank you very much.

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    Thanks, Karen!

    I used the custom picker from this thread:

    Art Supplies > Custom picker utility

    to convert it to a PNG and loaded it in color Picker as in the attached image
    (Tools->Color Options->Select custom color Picker From Disk)

    ~John
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