Let's 8 bit Art

Let's 8 bit Art


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Easy raster graphics editor optimized for work with small images (pixel art design) in PNG, JPG, BMP and GIF formats with the ability to create animations and work with sprite-set (strip) in the format of PNG.

The application includes:

- Nice and easy interface in both portrait and landscape orientation on different screens dpi;
- Functions of working with animation, previous phantom frame, frame manager, animation player with the ability to adjust playback speed with the future of smooth playback;
- Ability to choose the transparency background of black, gray or white;
- Quick access to eraser, palette, and all the instruments;
- 9 tools for work: brush, line, square, oval, spray, fill (4/8-way), color swap, dropper, selection, and each tool has its own flexible configuration;
- High-grade 32-bit ARGB palette (with alpha) in two formats: hue and rgb (as in the Adobe Photoshop);
- Ability to store and quickly switch between hundreds of color samples, palette manager;
- Ability to work with very small images at high zoom without interpolation (blur);
- Pixel grid with the ability to disable it in the settings;
- Fast switching types of toolbars for easy work with a software button MENU;
- The function of total state save after closing and full resume when starting (auto-save images, animations, palettes and settings);
- Ability to instant undo and redo up to 10 recent changes in the canvas;
- 5 color blend modes: normal, overlay, lighten, darken, multiply;
- 2 effects: black and white, invert colors;
- Ability to rotate the image by any angle, horizontal and vertical mirroring, stretching, cropping or enlargement of the canvas with reference to the nodal point of the image;
- Full set up all aspects of the application, including service options for advanced users, allowing to change number of undos, maximum size of the image, maximum number of fps, maximum number of samples in the palette and so on;
- Ability to save images and animations (as sprite-set) to PNG and animted GIF, palettes in a special format PLT and PAL;
- Functions palettes and open images from different applications (image galleries, file managers, etc.);
- Built-in file manager that specifies a brief description about the sprites, images and palettes;
- Access to the last 3 open image files and palettes;
- The function of adding an external or copied images by selection tool with the ability to set up color blend mode for it;
- Transform selection functions;
- Ability to export animation to GIF file and share it with your friends (optional).

Features list will be updated with application updates.

PS: This is certainly not a Photoshop, but it's not a Paint.

Tags: lets 8bit art.

Recently changed in this version

- Displays the current pixel position instead of scale at single touch
- Scrolling of the canvas at double touch within pinch zoom

- Offset canvas after scaling
- Pasting from the Clipboard into the top left corner (into center now)
- Offset canvas after deselect area
- Crash in the palette editor
- Crash at building large frames' samples

Comments and ratings for Let's 8 bit Art
  • (77 stars)

    by Joshua Frame on 17/06/2014

    It's the ONLY one I use. After I release my game, I'll put a word in for you. UI is slick. Recommend this for everyone.

  • (77 stars)

    by Francis Xavier on 17/06/2014

    Easy to use and intuitive! Perfect for creating pixel art on the go.

  • (77 stars)

    by jackson wallen on 06/06/2014

    I am hooked after 5 minutes! While I am sure in a few days the interface will make more sense to me I agree that the palette interface is a bit strange. I am excited to see future updates, this is already an amazing app, seriously well worth the very modest price! Thank you!

  • (77 stars)

    by Rustybolts K Pears on 17/05/2014

    Great app for doing sprite work, animation works well, you can see previous frame semi transparent. Great stuff. I'd love it if it had layers as it would be great for animating sprites.

  • (77 stars)

    by Khaibit86 on 14/05/2014

    But could use a better name and icon. The current ones made me overlook this app numerous times and the current ones dont do the app justice. Oh, and dont listen to the comments saying the UI is hard to use. It's perfect. With the amount of features you already have it would make the screen cluttered if you had icons all over the place.

  • (77 stars)

    by Salwan Hilali on 09/05/2014

    Great app! Here's some constructive critique: Wish it supported the Note stylus better. The sensivity of painting is slightly too low when using the pen. 5 stars for better stylus support! :)

  • (77 stars)

    by Bárbara Darques on 03/05/2014

    I've tested several apps, none of them is "complete" , but Let's 8bit gets closer. However I have a few suggestions: +The color palette manager is quite "weird", it really takes time to set a custom palette... + It would be great to be able to flip and rotate a selection + Layers... layers, please! *-* + The interface could be less confusing. Tools selection could be a row of icons; Save/Loa

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