In this video I will be showing you the Spectrum Node in the Kaleidocope add-on for Blender.Spectrum Node in the highlighting node of the Kaleidoscope add-on. It allows you to generate and browse through aesthetically pleasing and colorful color palettes directly inside Blender. These colors can then be used in your materials, Lighting, or even Worlds!
Spectrum Node options:
- Rules: This menu allows you to select a rule for generation of Color Palettes.
- Organize Palette button (Magnet Icon): Allows you to organize your colors in the Palette in a specific order.
- Info button: Allows you to read about the rule type that has been selected.
- Custom Base Color: This option allows you to set a Base color that can be used in the Palette Generation.
- Refresh Palette button: This button allows you to generate a new color palette based on the specified rules and settings. (Hold down 'SHIFT' and click if you want to reload the Onlince Palettes list).
- Global Color Controls: These Sliders allow you to modifiy hue, saturation and value of the Colors in the Palette.
- Palette Histories: The arrow buttons allow you to browse throught the previously generated palettes.
- Invert and Shuffle: These buttons allow you to Invert or Shuffle the order of colors in the Palette (Hold down 'SHIFT' and click if you want to bring the original order of the color palette back).
- Saved Presets menu: This menu allows you to browse the saved palettes.
- Publish palette button: This button allows you to pulish a color palette on the Internet, This would allow the users around the world to access your Community Palette.
- Ramp: You can select and assign the colors of the Spectrum Node to a ColorRamp by selecting the ColorRamp node in the menu.
- Donate Section: This section just provided credits to me. If you want me to continue the development of the Kaleidoscope add-on, you can visit blskl.cf/kalsupport