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Old 06-16-2002, 12:10 AM
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Hi Scott,
I have looked at and used the pallate several times but have not read this thread until tonight. I am happy to be able to respond and add my thanks and appreciation for all the work you have done. The pallate is readable and understandable and such a time saver.
I have a question. I would like to use the application with some of my students and we dont have access to the internet in the art room where I teach. Is there a possibility I can get permission from you to download the app and install it on my laptop for use in the class room.
I am a simple teacher. not even college educated with no intentions of stealing your ideas or your programing. I will give my handwritten word if you like.
I Just see a need for this function while activey painting with the group so they dont use my paints up and make me penniless heheh.
I await your response and again thank you.
I would also be willing to purchase this app from you so long as it doesnt amout to the price of photoshop (smile)
by the way you really should market this. I did a search and scoured the malls and I dont see any programs this effective as of yet.
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Old 06-16-2002, 08:18 AM
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Sorry, gang, the palette is intrinsically tied to the community system here, and is not runnable on external machines.

Your suggestion about marketing it is a good one. Perhaps I should think about this ...

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Old 06-16-2002, 12:07 PM
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Well I had to as... if you market it down the road will you consider a deal with all of us????
Thanks again)
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Old 06-17-2002, 12:04 AM
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Hi, Scott,
I agree with Kathy. Great idea to market if you can. A lot of work went into the generating of that software and I can't imagine the amount of work that really involved. Thanks again.

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Hi Scott,

Incredibly helpful and I'm enjoying this site tremendously. I am able to save each color and can print the verbiage, but not the swatches. It's hard for me to work at my easel and the computer at the same time - I'd have to run back and forth. Is there a magic button for printing???
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Old 07-14-2002, 06:06 PM
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You can either do a screen print using your computer, or just use your browser's print function to print the page. Usually, its FILE, then PRINT.

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Cool tool! Very handy and really well done. Bravo!
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Old 08-07-2002, 09:29 AM
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Thanks Scott - unfortunately have not been able to get on since that last post but will try to play with it a little later today if I can.
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Overview chart?

As an abolute beginner I find the virtual palette a great help - I'm sure it'll save me a lot of expensive, wasted paint.

However, I would find it useful if there was an overview chart where you could see all the basic colours of the drop down menu, and perhaps (but not necessarily) select by clicking the apropriate colours.

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I love this virtual pallette! What a wonderful idea. I will have to be careful that I don't sit at the computer playing with your colors instead of painting. Cheryl
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Old 11-13-2002, 11:26 AM
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What a unique program! Thank you!! I have struggled with 'color mixing' for a long, long time; now it's clickable!!
I'm a real beginner with oils and this program is tops!!
Flesh tones for 'different reasons and different seasons' has always been a problem for me, with your program there is an oppurtunity to see what the tones look like without the 'mud slinging' (throwing away what didn't work!!)....
I gave up painting because it became too frustrating, but now, maybe, I'll give it another go around. Thank you.
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Old 11-24-2002, 07:47 AM
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I'm having a prob finding the colour I want. I have a tube of Daler/Rowney Watercolour Pthalo Blue, yet the Pthalo Blue on the Virtual Palette doesn't seem to be the same colour. Is there the same sort of turquoise-blue on here under a different name?
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Old 11-24-2002, 08:01 AM
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In the description text at the top (when you start the palette), you'll see a link that will allow you to pop open a new window showing you all the color swatches.

I am planning on adding a feature allowing you to add your own colors .... stay tuned.
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Old 12-13-2002, 04:28 PM
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Vermillion ??

What are the chances of getting Vermillion on the vitural palette?

I'm not sure of what it mixes with well and would like to test it out. The Virtual Paletter is an excellent tool, you've saves us a lot of paint and experiments just trying to come up with the correct color.
Thank you !!!!
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Why wait for me? You can now add it yourself ... check the virtual palette FAQ
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