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Old 21 March 2016, 11:35   #48
Mrs Beanbag
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C64 palette is less saturated than this example here. Just take a screenshot of a c64 game and compare with graphics done with dawnbringers palette, they are much different. Just because c64 palette covers similar hues doesn't make the palettes identical.

Example red in db palette is red, but is red brown in c64 and has less brightness.
The example i took was from Wikipedia, not sure what posting a screenshot from an emulator would prove, different emulators can have different palettes and may well be trying to recreate the look of an old television, but if that's the comparison you'd prefer i can oblige, doesn't really change anything though imho, blue is still blue, green is still green... in fact some colours are even more similar using this example. It would be interesting to see an actual C64 graphics rendered using the Dawnbringer palette.
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