Premium Color Palettes

For Procreate and Photoshop

8 palettes, 240 colors, hand-picked by Gal Shir


Pop is a vibrant palette with pure, saturated, and dominant tones. It contains colors that stand out and make any artwork feel shiny and alive.

Rock is a grungy color palette with soft and earthy colors. It creates a deep atmosphere and gives a mysterious look to any drawing.

Jazz is an energetic and positive set of colors. It's perfect for painting playful and entertaining scenes with bright neony look.

Country is a magical color palette and the one I like the most. The orange and teal tones work great together and create a calming feeling.

Indie is a pastelic and authentic palette with a good balance between cold and warm tones. It can fit any style of artwork and make it feel unique.

Classical is a soft color palette with different pastelic tones. It includes mellow colors which are perfect for landscapes and backgrounds.


Disco is a bright color palette with a playful set of colors. The positivity and lightness of the tones create an optimistic and young feeling.


Folk is a strong color palette with saturated earth tones. These colors will work great for nature drawings including plants and trees.

Choosing colors isn't easy, and it takes a lot of time to find the right color combination. A good color combination is when all the different colors work together. It's when there's enough contrast between them, but also a common feel that connects them into a certain atmosphere. That's why I've created the Premium Colors Collection - an exclusive set of color palettes, hand-picked by me. Each palette includes 30 colors that work together perfectly, and will give your artworks a unique look.

Carefully Selected Colors

Instantly add a rich atmosphere to any artwork

Suits Any Style of Drawing

From soft to vibrant tones, this collection features a diverse combination of colors that work perfectly together. 🎨


It's easy to install!

Purchase the palettes from any device, you’ll get the files to your email

Open the email from your iPad or iPhone and download the .swatches files

Open the files, choose “Copy to Procreate”, and you’re all set!