Today’s stimulating projects were to get the plumbing fixed, which went extremely well, and to buy a couple of tubes of acrylic paint, which also went extremely well.
Riding on that wave of extreme satisfaction, I decided to take the plunge and officially buy Pixelmator from the App Store, and while there I bought two useful programs: Color Palette Converter, and Color Palette from Image. Both programs work great and take the frustration out of getting nice colours into the Apple colour picker. Total cost of the two small programs was about $4, I was so pleased.
Here is a little screen shot of a card deck cover and the colour palette I generated from it, now available in the Apple colour picker for any program that uses it.
The Colour Palette from Image program allows up to 20 colours, certainly adequate for most purposes. You can change the gamma on it to subdue the shades or select more or less colours.
So there you go, yet another neat thing you can do with your cards. Create stationery with the colours of your favourite card, create a web site, sew some clothes in those colours, or simply look at the colours in a preview window and sigh dreamily, thinking of sewing handbags with hand painted swooshes in that blue colour on the bottom right.
Yikes, way too stimulating for one day.