You can create a palette in either Basic or Advanced mode.
By default, Toon Boom Harmony is set to the Basic mode. For simple productions, it is recommended to use the Basic mode. This setting stores the palettes automatically for you and saves them at the Scene level. When you use the Advanced Palette Lists mode, you can decide at which level you want to store your palettes: Environment, Job, Scene, or Element.To enable Advanced Palette Lists
- From the top menu, open the Edit menu and ensure the Edit Palette List Mode option is checked
- Right-click on the palette list and select Get Rights to Modify Palette List.
- From the Colour view menu , select Palettes > Get Rights to Modify Palette List
- Do one of the following:
- In the Colour View, click the New Palette button over the palette list.
- From the Colour view menu, select Palettes > New
The Create Palette dialog box opens.
- In the Create Palette dialog, enter the new palette's name. Make sure your palette name contains information to be easy to identify, such as the name of the character and information about the type of setting for this palette, if any.
- Set the Palette Type to Colour if you want to create a colour palette, or to Pencil Texture if you want to create a pencil texture palette
—see About Pencil Line Textures.
- Click OK.
The palette appears in the drawing element’s palette list.