Pixel Studio 2.17 was available as a giveaway on May 28, 2021!
Pixel Studio follows the key strong points from all the of the Pixarra TwistedBrush artist software products but with a focus on pixel art. This art, sometimes called retro, makes no attempt to hide pixels and sizes of images are often very small. Useful as utility for creating icons, sprites, and other small images for games and websites but also for art on its own. There is no surprise that pixel art is popular, it is simply fun!
Windows Vista/ 7/ 8/ 10; 500MB disk space; 1024x768 minimum display resolution; 4GB RAM (8GB or more recommended)
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Good to get this free for some time
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I view it as a bug that it apears impossible to zoom out to 100% to see what the piece of pixel art will look like in use. It is stuck at 1200% zoomed in or greater... this means it is not possible to work on a small 256x256 pixel icon with it all on the screen at one time at say 300% zoom!
64x64 pixels is the largest size it is practical to work on on my 1440x900 laptop screen size... a FHD display could work on slightly bigger size but still severely limited by the zoom limitations. I note also that the Page menu Set Page Size to Default is completely inapropriate considering the zoom restrictions as it sets the page size to 800x600 pixels! While it is possible to drag the window on the larger canvas about it is hardly intuative or desirable to work on larger than screen pages in this manner.
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