Thank you for that tip Mark. Using those palettes I managed to compose the cartoon that I wanted.
Thank you all that sent me scripts and tips. All the best,

Mario Sanches

Mark A Saper wrote:

There are actually other spectrums built into the PyMOL. To use one of them, type

spectrum palette=<palette_name>, selection=<selection>

The list of built-in palettes are in of the code. All seem to be multi color; so there are none that are just different shades of one color.

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