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Pixie Studio is a professional pixel sprite and animation editor with tons of features, created by a game industry veteran specifically for pixel art games. * Paletted * Palette based pixel editing allows you to easily change a color across all layers and frames of a sprite, and is based on IDs instead of indexed so you can rearrange your palette however you want. * Multitouch * A modern multitouch canvas that can be panned, zoomed and rotated at will. * Alpha * Full alpha support on layers and per pixel. * Animation * Full featured frame based animation. Each sprite file can contain multiple animations, so you can build an entire game character in a single file. Easily scrub through frames by dragging the frame panel. * Realtime Preview * Immediately see your pixel and animation changes while you're editing, with a repositionable and resizable preview window. * Layers * Every frame can have multiple layers with alpha. Shared and Background layers let you easily animate layers across frames. Image Reference layers for when you want to trace something from your photo library. * Tiles * Tile your art on the canvas and paint across seams. * Pencil * Pencil support on iPad Pro for perfect palm rejection. In Pencil mode, only the Pencil will draw, while your fingers can still zoom and pan the canvas. * Universal * One app supports iPad, iPad Pro, iPhone, and iPhone X with full feature parity across all versions. * Speed * Pixie Studio uses Metal to support silky smooth 60FPS. On the new iPad Pros, it supports Promotion at 120FPS. * Selection * Select areas and move, flip, copy or paste them. * Symmetry * Paint or erase with symmetry in the X or Y axis. * Export * Export PNG animation strips for use in game engines, and animated GIFs to show your friends. * iCloud Drive * Realtime iCloud Drive syncing of all files, so when you edit on your iPad you will quickly see it on your Mac. Exporting to your computer has never been easier! * Future * I want Pixel Edit Pro to be the ultimate pixel editor, and am not stopping here. I am continually adding new features, and listen to any feedback I get.
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This is as close as a professional-grade pixel art app as you can get on iOS, even rivaling some desktop apps. The only thing that keeps me from giving it a 5-star review is a lack of color palette save/import/export options. It forces you to import an image and use the color picker, which is hidden in a forced-touch gesture. Other than the missing eye-dropper tool for color picking, for some reason, there’s no option to merge layers. If you can work around these shortcomings, there is a lot to like in this app, and it’s superior to all the options available on iOS so far.
So every pixel art app I've used has had its problems, and Pixie Studio has its issues also, but I think it does what it intends to the best of all of them. It has a nice selection of tools (a brush tool, gradient tool, mirror, a lot of control over the pencil and brush settings) and for the most part the app is easy to use, but it has a number of bugs and some things could be done better, which is why it only gets three stars. I've noticed numerous crashes when trying to do animation, prompting me to have to save constantly. The bottom of some of the menus get cut off so that only a sliver of the "ok" button shows. This is also an issue when animating because with the frame menu up it cuts off the slider that lets you use tools like rotation, stretch and anything else that uses the slider. A slider shouldn't be used at all for these tools and I don't understand why so many of these apps don't let you just adjust with handles. Also you need to select with the marque what you want to adjust which can just get plain frustrating. Also you can't see the grid unless you zoom in close. There is a custom grid, but the line width is so thick that it doesn't work as well. Something else that would be super useful that none of these programs have is being able to anchor the point you want to rotate, stretch, or move around. This would make animating so much easier. Still though of all the programs I've used this is the best, so it's the most worth it.
Pixie Studio is a dream come true for people that simply wanna be creative and have fun with pixels. However, I think the app could benefit from a "mirror-duplicate frame" option where you can mirror and duplicate an already complete frame. This would surely save time for the artist/users in the animation process, and enhance the fun after a tedious grind of making pixel art. Please add this if possible. Or please inform me on how to do this if it's already in the app. Great job! I'll definitely recommend to others. Edit: just noticed that gifs are blurry after exporting them regardless of the resolution chosen, yet the pixel animations look fine within the app. Help with that too please? And what does the "Force Power of 2" option do in the export menu?
I mainly use this app for my game designs. It is easily laid out, logically coded and a breeze/fun to use. I’ve made countless of assets with this awesome app and best of all? Cloud support! I can access my files ANYWHERE thanks to the iCloud/iDrive integration. I love the layering and animation mechanics and (for me at least) it NEVER crashes. That’s with many apps open in the background. The developer is cool as hell and always checking bug fixes and he is very responsive. Keep up the great work! I love this app and generally don’t leave reviews, but this is genuinely a very good tool.
The main reason I bought this app is to be able to sprite on the go, and not just in the comfort of my house, and if I can’t sprite on the go, then this app is basically useless. I’m not trying to make this app sound bad, it’s not, it’s just that it doesn’t have a function where you can choose to keep your sprites in your local storage. Besides, trying to draw sprites has always been a side hobby for me, and doing it indoors would be useless since I have a PC to do it with. All I’m asking is for a local way to save sprites, and possibly a guide as well. Im leaving a 1 star rating in the time being, and if there’s a solution for this problem, I would like to know about it.
Developed by FlyingWorm, LLC.
Pixie Studio - Pixel Editor is ranking in Productivity & Photo & Video
Last update was at Sep 06, 2021and the current version is 1.58.
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Pixie Studio - Pixel Editor have a 43a user reviews.