Lospec offers various tools and tutorials for creating "digitally restrictive art", typically pixel art that restricts the pallette and resolution in honor (or explicit imitation) of retro computer hardware.
The biggest collection of pixel art tutorials on the net! Search by topic, author or medium to find the perfect article, video, image or book for you.
A searchable collection of palettes for pixel art. Every palette can be downloaded in 6 different formats, and imported into nearly any software used to create pixel art.
The Lospec Pixel Editor is a free, easy to use tool for creating pixel art that you can use right in your browser.
It's the work of Sam Keddy, who operates a patreon that you can pledge to to help further develop the site.
I’m amazed how recognizable some of the pop culture creatures are in Johan Vinet’s 8×8 sprite sheet. Vinet’s working on a game called Lunark but this particular work conforms to the pallette of the Pico-8 virtual console. [via Pixel Prospector]
Castle-generator is, as you can probably already guess, a generator of castles—gorgeous, two-dimensional pixel art fortresses to die for over and over and over again. It’s by _unsettled_; all sorts of parameters are offered to determine the general shape and size of your medieval manse. 2D pixel art parametric castle generator Hide/show the UI with […]
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