For example you have these two images

Your image that you want to change its colors:
image to modify

And the image where you want to based your image colors:

based image colors

The output image should be the first but all its pixel colors are all present on the second image.

Any recommended tool or tricks to achieve this?

  • What have you tried? Where is it failing? – Scott May 13 at 19:29
  • @Scott More preferably, I'm looking for an instant or a tool because I have so many images where I want to based my original image. – 5ervant May 13 at 19:33
  • So you haven't tried anything yourself? – Scott May 13 at 19:33
  • @Scott I can't because I don't know a tool or extension that does that for me. 1) Open original image 2) Upload the image where I want to based my original's colors – 5ervant May 13 at 19:36
  • Problem is compurts dont know what to color like what – joojaa May 14 at 5:35

Photoshop has a Match Color adjustment available under Image > Adjustments > Match Color, however the results may not be quite what you expect.

I'll let you be the judge.

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You might get better results by sampling colours manually from the source image, and manually applying them to the drawing using the Fill Bucket tool.

For example

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There is.. https://youtu.be/0pRemmx-kKQ?t=26


  1. Open your original image and the image where you want to based your original's pixel colors.
  2. Then in your original, go to "Image > Adjustments > Match Color..."
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