Pixaki 4 Intro 4+

Pixel art for everyone

Rizer Creative Ltd

    • 3.7 • 27 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

Pixaki Intro is perfect for anyone getting started with pixel art, and a great way to try out the features found in Pixaki Pro. Pixaki Intro lets you create sprites up to 160 × 160 px, with 3 layers and 8 frames of animation.

DRAWING
• Pixel perfect painting mode automatically removes double pixels when doing line art.
• Round, square, and matrix dither brushes.
• Line tool, which can be locked to isometric angles.
• Rectangle and ellipse tools.

LAYERS OF ANIMATION
• Layers are shared across the whole project, which means every layer has its own timeline.
• Static image layers for background and foreground elements that are the same on every frame.
• 18 layer blend modes.
• Rename layers.
• Reorder layers and frames by using drag and drop.
• Scrubbable timeline.
• Advanced onion skin options.
• Select multiple layers or frames at once to quickly make bulk adjustments.
• Use high resolution reference layers to pixel over your sketches and photos.

COLOR
• Four color selection modes: a square picker with an infinitely scrolling hue slider, sliders for HSB and RGB, hex code input, and the project palette.
• Eyedropper to sample any color from the canvas.
• Bucket fill, with contiguous or discontiguous options.
• Color replace across the whole project.

SELECTION
• Freehand, rectangular, and color selection.
• Use the active selection as a mask.
• Cut or copy the selected pixels and paste them to any app that supports pasting images.

TRANSFORM
• Move without needing to select. Position the image on or off the canvas without clipping.
• Scale uniformly up and down, or squash and stretch.
• Rotate by any angle.
• Flip horizontally and vertically.

IMPORT & EXPORT
• Import any static image, or a GIF.
• Use magnification when sharing to upscale without the results looking blurry.
• Export as a single image or image sequence as PNG, TIFF, or JPEG-2000.
• Export animated images as GIF or APNG.
• Export as a sprite sheet, with configurable columns.

Screenshot artwork by Genuine Human, waneella, Chelsea Faust, and rachels_ham.

Find out more at pixaki.com.

What’s New

Version 4.5.7

• Fixed an issue with importing Aseprite files when Pixquare is installed.
• Fixed an issue with importing Aseprite and GPL files when Resprite is installed.

Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
27 Ratings

27 Ratings

isukwithnames ,

Great pixel app but to pricy

Update: after joining the discord and seeing how much effort the developer is putting into improving the Pixaki app and pixel art community, I have bought the full app, hopefully the app continues to have a long and fruitful life.

I know this is technically the demo version but so far this is hands down the best pixel app on the ipad! Sadly the full version is about $27 which is a bit pricy for a ipad app when there are dedicated pixel art cpu apps like Aseprite ($19), and full blown digital painting apps which can be used for pixel art like Procreate ($13, although i admit Procreate lacks basic pixel art functions) I would love the full version but as of right now im not sure if the hefty price tag of $26 is reasonable. If it were a bit closer to it competitors price range then i wouldn't hesitate.

SillyRabbit419 ,

10/10 Recommend!!!

As a Minecraft Partner, I do most of my work on a PC. However, I love my ipad for working on the go. I have tried almost every pixel art app on here for making textures to use in game. We do 16 x 16 textures or 32 x 32. This is hands down the best app for my workflow. I made a draft texture and put it in game. The color match was true…something I haven’t found in other apps.

I fail to understand all of the complaints here. This is an intro/demo. It was never intended to have all the bells and whistles. I will be purchasing the pro version when i am done with this review. The $27 for pro is a lot better than an Adobe subscription for simple pixel art. I also do not understand the comparisons to Procreate. It isn’t meant to be like Procreate, so why would it?

I am extremely pleased with this app.

RegParadox ,

Great demo!

I had a lot of fun using this. It’s more intuitive than Procreate for me, though that’s likely because this has a more focused feature set. I wish we could get just one additional layer, but this is free software and considering the niche and overall user experience, I think the Pro version will be worthwhile. Really impressive work, especially for a solo dev :) Giving it 5 stars to counter the cheapskates, but I found one annoyance: I kept accidentally triggering the color picker whilst filling in shadows. I tend to apply too much pressure with the pen, so I wish there was a way to disable that gesture - assuming I didn’t overlook it.

EDIT: Found where to disable the color picker gesture in the settings, and decided to buy the full app :)

App Privacy

The developer, Rizer Creative Ltd, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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