"Pixel Art Maker" is a drawing tool for pixel art like a retro game.
◇ Easy to use
You can draw a pixel art soon after Launching the app.
◇ Import a photo
Pixelate a photo.
◇ Create an animated pixel art.
Draw one pixel art, copy it, and then you can draw an animation.
• Draw a pixel art of 8x8〜256x256 pixel size.
(I recommend 16x16 or 32x32 pixel size.)
• Change Color pallet(limited to 32 colors).
• Zoom the picture to draw.
(you can pinch in and out your pixel art with your two fingers.)
• Load and save drawing data.
• Load your photo from Photos.
• Export a pixel art with a transparent color.
• Enlarge the image up to 2048x2048 to export.
• Save your picture to Photos.
• Send the picture to another app.
• Export animated gif file
(If the canvas size is 128 x 128 or less, an animation is up to 256 frames. For larger sizes, it is up to 64 frames. )
* An animated gif file is saved in Photos, But it is not animated on Photos.
* Permission for twitter is needed when you tweet an animated gif and the permission is used only when you tweet your animated gif.
• Finger Mode
Mode Finger is a default mode. Draw points with your finger directly on the screen.
• Cursor mode
Move your finger on the screen to move the cursor and press the "PIXEL" button to draw a point.
Push "Menu" -> "Settings" -> "Change Drawing Mode" button to switch to cursor mode.
• Remove Ads(Premium.)
Supports the screen ratio of iPhone X.
Supports iOS 11 and above(iOS 9 on previous version.)
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Ratings and ReviewsSee All
I’ve always wanted to make sprites, even animated ones, and this app hits pretty much every nail on the head in this regard. You can also save the sprites as images, including animated gifs to your phone/tablet, which makes it even better.
If I have one gripe, it’s that the “Copy Color” option to transfer a specific color to all other animation frames doesn’t work, forcing me to have to manually change the color of each unique sprite in said animation. Not the worst thing in the world, but makes things a tad more tedious; an update to fix this would take this app from being excellent to perfect.
My personal favorite pixel art tool
This is my personal favorite pixel art tool personally. Also to keep in mind I am an amateur and I have very crappy handwriting. However how this works is that everything is grid based. You chose a color and put that color in that tiny square on the grid. (It more works like a very tiny paint bucket tool for each square.) That personally makes it very convenient for me and I will recommend anyone who is interested on getting into Pixel art but doesn’t have much experience on it at all to get the PixelArt app.
I’m a beginner in making pixel art and just wanted to try out some ideas for characters and landscapes for a game me and my friend are creating, and even though this app is free it is amazing! It is easy to use and you can even change the grid size throughout your drawing experience! You can save them to your photos and move your sprites around as well! Definitely worth the down load!
- Yoshiyuki Hirose
- 21.6 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian
- Age Rating
- © nekomimimi
- In-App Purchases
- Premium $1.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.