Green, do you think that you could compile all your palettes in a folder and upload it somewhere, because I'm awful at picking colors and I'm mainly using colors from one of your palettes in a pack I'm making. Just a thought.
Lol, too bad I can't do much with them But If you'd like, sure.
Ahaha! I saw your other post looking for tips on creating a palette
Now, that really dark Blue/Purple (can't tell 'cause so deep); I'm assuming you'll be using that as your outline, yes? As I think the tones surrounding are too bright against it - basically, I'm saying you should maybe add another dark tone just about the outline one for each colour-set.
Also, those orange/brown ones (top right-ish); wouldn't it make more sense if they also blended towards your outline colour?
Of course, this is assuming that is what you're using for your outline.
And assuming I'm seeing the colours right, as my eyes deceive me sometimes...
The dark blue I have in the middle is my base outline/extremely dark color for any really deep shadowing or outlines for something. I adjusted the top right brown color to be a bit lighter, but obviously still darker the one below and to the left of. How I pick colors is like many other people, the darker I get, the more saturation I use, and the Lighter I get, the less saturated I get. I'm not perfectly fond of the strip all the way to the right, the transition from green to brown, but I feel Ill use some of those colors in my pack when I think about it. When making a palette for a texture pack, I keep in mind that I need colors for all the ores, the wood, logs, etc etc etc. I take all the blocks into consideration, then try to have the least colors possible, as well as having colors for every block, especially the wools.
Though the boxes... Unless that's part of your theme, remove the boxes... make the planks on each individual box flow together, and also the shading on each plank needs to end on the end of the plank itself... Not just on the end of the texture...
And try making all the planks the same size if you can... There's a slightly large plank that makes a noticeable horizontal series of lines. Hope it helps.