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A color set is a series of colors that have been grouped logically to make them easier to manage. Color sets are organized by the names of the colors or by the color relationship. Painter comes with a variety of color sets you can load. Alternatively, you can create your own sets. You can select colors from color sets instead of from the Colors palette.
Painter comes with several color sets you can load and use.
In a previous section, you learned how to create a color set from the Mixer palette. You can also create color sets from an image with which you are working. This is particularly useful when you are working with photographs because you can match all the colors in the photo by creating a color set based on that image. You can also create color sets from layers in an open document, or by picking certain colors.
You can create color sets from entire images or from layers in an image. You must have the image open before you can create a color set from it.
To create a new color set, you can select colors using the Colors palette or the Eyedropper tool.
After you have created a color set, you can save it for future use.
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