With PicsArt’s newly-designed Color Chooser, you can find the exact color you’re looking for. You now have two different methods to do so, plus the option to save colors on your customized color palette.
To learn about how to use the new Color Chooser to find your perfect color, check out the video below.
When you open the Color Chooser, your first option is to use the HSB (Hue, Saturation, Brightness) model. First, select your hue by tapping your finger on the outer color wheel. This will change the value on the H slider. Once you have selected your color, select the saturation and brightness by tapping on the inner square. As you move the cursor throughout the square, you’ll see the saturation and brightness sliders moving. Once you’ve made your selection, you can make minor adjustments using the sliders to find the perfect color. Tap the checkmark to confirm your color choice before using it.
To switch to the RGB (Red, Green, Blue) model, simply tap RGB and an alternative set of sliders will appear. Once again, select the color you’d like to use by tapping the outer color wheel. As you move through the color wheel, you’ll notice that the R, G, and B slider values change. For example, when you select red, the R slider will jump to 255, while the G and B sliders fall down to 0. Next, select the shade you’d like to use by tapping in the inner square. Once you’ve made a selection, you can fine-tune the color using the sliders. Tap the checkmark to confirm your color choice before using it.
After you’ve found the perfect color, save it by tapping the grid icon. Your custom color palette will appear, and you can select an empty square to save your color. You can always come back to your saved color palette for a quick color pick.