Pigment.O is a Krita plugin Color Picker and Mixer.
- Active Color, Previous Color, Background Color, Harmony Colors (5) & Luminosity Lock.
- Color Scale Agnostic.
- Harmony Colors displayed at panels: ARD, HSV, HSL, HUE.
- Harmony Rules: Monochromatic, Complementary, Analogous, Split Complementary and Double Split Complementary.
- Multiple Panel display: FGC, RGB, ARD, HSV, HSL, HUE, GAM, DOT, OBJ & IMG.
- FGC panel can display: Harmony and Kelvin
- OBJ panel can display a USER created object.
- Panel GUI modifier to adjust 3rd axis.
- Percentile ruler with numerical display.
- Hex color code.
- Channel Sliders color spaces: A, RGB, CMY, CMYK, RYB, YUV, K(Kelvin), ARD, HSV, HSL, HCY, XYZ, XYY, LAB.
- Channel Sliders shortcuts Keys with 4 Key Slots.
- A channel displays Monochrome Gray and Perceptual Gray(Luma).
- K channel displays Light Color Temperature and Active Color weighted with Light Temperature. Reference Illuminants are displayed while editing.
- Color Space locks: ARD, CMYK, K.
- Channel Options: Values, Hue-Shine, Hex-CP(Copy Paste Hex code), Cursor(Shape), %(Channels on Percentile Ruler)
- Palette with 11 slots.
- Palette slots can apply color using shortcuts.
- Mixer colors linearly in different color spaces: TTS(tint, tone and shade in RGB), RGB, ARD, HSV, HSL, HCY, YUV, RYB and CMYK.
- Color History.
- Color Name Display from a list. And select closest color with a name.
- Panels HUE and GAM change hue ring spacing according to CMY(default) and RYB rings.
- Luma calculations according to BT.601, BT.709 and BT.2020.
- Matrix transformations between XYZ and RGB with various RGB spaces.
- Matrix transformations between XYZ and RGB within D50 and D65 illuminants when available.
- Performance enhancements: Release and Inaccurate.
- Krita Theme Sensitive.
- Save and Load previous session.
- Adjustable and Scalable UI.
- Settings and Quick Options.
- Auto Fill layer.
- ON / OFF / P>K switch.
Linux users to install this plugin also need to:
- install the "python3-pyqt5-svg" module that is not included in linux
- use Krita with a appimage.
This project will remain Open source and available to all users.
Support with donations are welcomed to keep the project alive and maintained (and also help with living expenses).