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2010 LEGO Color Pallet

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2010 LEGO Color Pallet

Post  Cale on Thu Jan 28, 2010 2:53 pm

This news should be poping up on most LEGO new sites pretty soon.

Dear all, finally, after many years of discussion we got the go from our Design Lab to share the internal LEGO Color scheme with the LEGO Community.

So please find attached the actual scheme for 2010 for sharing. You can see on the scheme the internal LEGO color number and name.

I feel this is a kind of milestone in the contact between the LEGO Company and the LEGO Community and will ease the communication about the colors tremendously.

Jan Beyer

You can find an jpg. of the 2010 Pallet on Eurobricks. I have the original file, if any one is interested just shoot me a message and I'll send it your way. You'll need Power Point or a Power Point viewer to view it though as it is a .pptx file.

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Re: 2010 LEGO Color Pallet

Post  D_Runyon on Fri Jan 29, 2010 9:29 am

Eurobricks is blocked for me. Can you e-mail it to me?
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Re: 2010 LEGO Color Pallet

Post  P_Thorne on Sat Jan 30, 2010 4:15 pm

Point of information: a board for mixing colors, or more generally a set of colors, is a "palette," with one L and two T's. You might have a cargo pallet stacked with artist's palettes, but I doubt that even A.C.Moore or Michael's deal in that many. Smile

As noted by Eurobricks posters, this palette is oddly small (only 51 hues, including 12 transparent and 4 metallic "effects") -- but the title reads "2010 LEGO Color palette," so it's just the active ones. Also, it's hard to match onscreen colors to physical ones (whether they're seen under sunlight, incandescent, or fluorescent). I wonder how they identify the dual-molded elements, like the Exo-Force fans or a lot of Bionicle bits?

(Despite the claims at BrickFair 2008 that purple was a problem, they are six active -- 221 bright purple, 222 light purple, 124 bright reddish-violet, 268 medium lilac, 113 trans medium reddish-violet, and 126 trans bright bluish-violet.)

Conversely, here's the Peeron color list with 133 entries, identifying them by BrickLink, LEGO, CMYK and Pantone names. And the "official LEGO color chart" has 111 entries.
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