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Pakz
Created : 26 May 2019
Edited : 26 May 2019

Android pixel art with pixly





I started up pixly on my android phone. I not really used it before. It has advertisements when you save and export and probably more. Option to inapp to disable.

It is kind of a descent tool. But difficult to learn so far.

I am going to try and make a sheet full of 8x8 nes sprites. Might get distracted...

References are really a must for me. Though there is not a huge amount of example art in google images with the searches so far.

Btw - somehow with android I am not able to copy the url from the uploads. The link gets shortened at the end. Ios gives an option to select all.

 

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