@michael-rutherford hi! You could have a look at some other palette examples for inspiration. This one (https://lospec.com/palette-list/padhi-rangulu) used a single piece as its example, this one (https://lospec.com/palette-list/nature-10) used many smaller pieces, while this one mixed analytical info about the palette with a game mockup (https://lospec.com/palette-list/melody-16).
The info you have at the moment is very useful, but it takes too much space: I'd only keep some of that data and add more art to the example. The sprites you have on the bottom left corner are a good start imo.
@ash-wednesday it's looking very nice, maybe you could merge a few colours? For example that bright red near the salmon-ish orange and the colour on its right are quite similar and you could optimize them a little bit
I'd also rebalance a few ramps if possible, sometimes there's a peak in saturation or a quite big distance in contrast while the don't. For example:
Here that saturated blue doesn't connect very well to the light blues on the right in my opinion, I'd try to find a better middle ground.
Last thing, I can't really tell with my eyes but these grays don't seem to have a slight hue in them (aka their hex value is made of the same digit)
I'd try to give them a more visible tint, but I think that's really up to you.
Overall, I really like the palette, it has some unexpected hue shifts in the middle of ramps, which would probably make for some interesting accents in the art made with it. Keep it up
Cool! I've seen people on the internet refer to this techinque as "organic tiling", Owlboy is famous for it:
A while ago I tried the technique myself with decent results:
It's pretty well known, but I'm loving the Dark Souls series lately. They're great games that always surprise the player with their design choices.
Another lovely game I played lately is Florence, it's an interactive novel about the first love of a 25 years old woman; it doesn't last much but I loved it.
What about yours?
@alligator07 the palette and example are both very nice imo
I like how the orange interacts with the light green, maybe it could have a slightly higher value to increase the contrast between the two a little bit? But I think that's just a personal preference