Atelier colorschemes

For the construction of these colorschemes, Solarized colorscheme stood as a model, and Base16 Builder was a building tool. Like in Solarized, the colorschemes come in a light – and in a dark background version. It’s really just variations on the same idea, but each with it’s own color-value relations, interdependent on each other and their base (background-)color.

Forest

Base color for Forest is orange, and the idea is to have brownish colors for the background, not unlike a colorscheme like “Birds of Paradise”, but a bit muddier on the browns, less red and more greyed out, like clay.

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yellow
orange
red
magenta
violet
blue
cyan
green

More information on code and screenshots.

Heath

Base color for Heath is magenta, and here the background-colors have these cool-red colors for the background, but then obviously toned down quite a bit ….

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yellow
orange
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cyan
green

More information on code and screenshots .

Lakeside

Base color for Lakeside is blue, which means bluish colors for the background.

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orange
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blue
cyan
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More information on code and screenshots.

Seaside

Base color for Lakeside is green, which leads to greenish colors for the background.

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yellow
orange
red
magenta
violet
blue
cyan
green

More information on code and screenshots.

Dune

Base color for Dune is yellow, and then yellowish brown greyed colors for the background.

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yellow
orange
red
magenta
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blue
cyan
green

More information on code and screenshots.

Downloads

All downloads can be found in the output folder. There one can find these colorschemes for: Bbedit, ChromeDevtools, CodeMirror, Console2, Emacs, Geany, Gedit, Gimp-palette, Gnome-termina, Highlight.js, Idea, iTerm2, Konsole, Mate-Terminal, Mintty, Mou, Notepad++, Prism, Putty, QtCreator, Rouge, Secure-shell, Shell, Sublime Text, Terminal-app, Terminator, Termite, Textadept, Textmate, Vconsole, Vim, Visual-studio, Windows-command-prompt, Xcode4, Xfce4-terminal, Xresources.

Note: For Sublime Text, go to Textmate folder.

For Vim with Pathogen you can clone the dedicated repo for this purpose in the ~/.vim/bundle directory like so:

cd ~/.vim/bundle
git clone https://github.com/atelierbram/vim-colors_atelier-schemes.git

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