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- n. Common misspelling of palette.
- n. The rounded plates in the armpits of a suit of armour. Alternate spelling: palette.
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- n. one of the rounded armor plates at the armpits of a suit of armor
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For that, you have to let something sit for awhile, then go back after you've cleansed your palate, not to mention replenished your word pallette, with something else.
It is far harder to make good art with a muted pallette than it is to make good art with a full pallette.
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It looks like Dark Khan from MK vs. DC with a Red Tornado pallette swapped on top. mdk
She thoughtfully utilizes a limited color pallette of white and pink with dark wood and black accents to create a sophisticated look that feels surprisingly spacious and inviting despite the limited square footage.
However, it seems awfully close to the Walmart Ultimate Fan Edition DVD cover, except with a different color pallette.
That guy back there could be anyone—an Impressionist take on Funeral Guest, Far in Back, all swirls and squiggles, pallette knife jabs in magnificent relief.
As much as it looks cool in white, I then splashed it with some colour and chose a pallette based on the ample pictures available online of a physical model already created by others and which I, obviously, mimicked see below.
So after lunch, we stopped by the art-supply store and I bought an easel, brushes, pallette and a blank canvas.
Kara Miranda Lawrence 8 months ago stunning visuals and colour pallette
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