I have shown a number of palettes in different styles in other sections, but here I thought I'd just show the palettes I use. I have set up quite a few for different purposes and use them at different times. I'll show a paint-out of each as well.
I've shown these four palettes together for a size comparison. I'll show each one in more detail below. They all have the same colours in common - Daniel Smith: buff titanium, hansa yellow medium, transparent pyrrol orange, pyrrol crimson, quinacridone rose, ultramarine, indanthrone blue, cerulean chromium, phthalo blue (red shade), phthalo green (blue shade), perylene green, Undersea green, sap green, goethite, burnt sienna, Indian red, burnt umber, raw umber and Jane's Grey. Three of them have 24 colours so they also have raw sienna, rich green gold, transparent red oxide and piemontite genuine. I can change these 'extras' around as needed, though this is more easily done in some palettes than others.
My teaching palette
More to come...last updated March 2018