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It seems Godot Engine is good for more than making games, as the FOSS pixel art tool Pixelorama will show you. Only a few days ago, this impressive application had a big new update bringing in a new UI, options for each tool, a colour picker tool, rulers and guides, a mini-canvas preview area, a preferences window and a Greek localization.


Pictured: Pixelorama on Linux, editing Revolution.

It really is coming along nicely, hopefully by us sharing this more artists out there might find a tool they love to use. Since it's cross-platform too, thanks to the power of Godot Engine you can use it on your platform of choice.

You can see a video of it in action below with their feature highlights in 0.5:

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Like what you see and want to give it a go? You can download it ready made from itch.io and find the source code for it on GitHub.

Hat tip Game From Scratch.

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slaapliedje Dec 22, 2019
Quoting: razing32
Quoting: Cybolic
Quoting: razing32
Quoting: Cybolic
Quoting: MaathThis reminds me a lot of Deluxe Paint 4 on the Amiga. They had the functionality of drawing while the animation was playing.
Oddly enough, I just installed DPaintIV on my new upgraded A500 yesterday :P
You have an old A500 up and running ?
Yup! Have been building it into one of the lovely new Checkmate 1500+ cases and sticking upgrades on it for the past month or so.

Cool.
Heard about Commodore enthusiasts , did not know Amiga had a community as well.
I actually like the x1000 but i don't have a spare organ to sell to buy one of those.
I have two A4000s and an A500 (with the Vampire v2 waiting to get my Checkmate case!)
Also, dpaint's source went open! https://github.com/historicalsource/DeluxePaint
Cybolic Dec 23, 2019
Quoting: slaapliedje
Quoting: razing32
Quoting: Cybolic
Quoting: razing32
Quoting: Cybolic
Quoting: MaathThis reminds me a lot of Deluxe Paint 4 on the Amiga. They had the functionality of drawing while the animation was playing.
Oddly enough, I just installed DPaintIV on my new upgraded A500 yesterday :P
You have an old A500 up and running ?
Yup! Have been building it into one of the lovely new Checkmate 1500+ cases and sticking upgrades on it for the past month or so.

Cool.
Heard about Commodore enthusiasts , did not know Amiga had a community as well.
I actually like the x1000 but i don't have a spare organ to sell to buy one of those.
I have two A4000s and an A500 (with the Vampire v2 waiting to get my Checkmate case!)
Also, dpaint's source went open! https://github.com/historicalsource/DeluxePaint
I politely and jealously hate you a bit, just to know ;)
I've been having a daily routine of refreshing the store pages for the Vampire V2 for a while now (managed to put one in the shop's basket at one point, but it was already sold by the time I clicked "purchase"). For now, I've had to settle for an iRIX Labs Classic 520.
Any tips for snatching a V2?
slaapliedje Dec 29, 2019
Quoting: Cybolic
Quoting: slaapliedje
Quoting: razing32
Quoting: Cybolic
Quoting: razing32
Quoting: Cybolic
Quoting: MaathThis reminds me a lot of Deluxe Paint 4 on the Amiga. They had the functionality of drawing while the animation was playing.
Oddly enough, I just installed DPaintIV on my new upgraded A500 yesterday :P
You have an old A500 up and running ?
Yup! Have been building it into one of the lovely new Checkmate 1500+ cases and sticking upgrades on it for the past month or so.

Cool.
Heard about Commodore enthusiasts , did not know Amiga had a community as well.
I actually like the x1000 but i don't have a spare organ to sell to buy one of those.
I have two A4000s and an A500 (with the Vampire v2 waiting to get my Checkmate case!)
Also, dpaint's source went open! https://github.com/historicalsource/DeluxePaint
I politely and jealously hate you a bit, just to know ;)
I've been having a daily routine of refreshing the store pages for the Vampire V2 for a while now (managed to put one in the shop's basket at one point, but it was already sold by the time I clicked "purchase"). For now, I've had to settle for an iRIX Labs Classic 520.
Any tips for snatching a V2?
I got mine from these guys. https://www.amedia-computer.com/en/15-amiga They posted on Facebook to get on a pre-order list for when they were available. I've done the same for the V4SA!
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