Check it out at http://www.pixel.tools/
Pixel.Tools is also on Github https://github.com/prominentdetail/Pixel.Tools
I developed this pixel-art editor for the pixel community a while back, it's free to use.
It has many features you'd expect from an editor geared towards pixel-art.
The main feature is its ability to allow artists to connect together and work on the same projects, useful for things like gamejams, mentoring, or just having fun collaborating.
- create animations
- export/import gifs & spritesheets
- tile window for previewing tiles
- selection tools, rotating, resizing
- shortcut keys similar to photoshop
- wacom tablet support (firefox only)
- Your entire process is recorded and you can play it back step by step
- You can export the entire process to a gif
- Colordex system
The Colordex system I created when I was inspired by the hd index painting technique. It allows you do draw in the same way that the hd index painting works, but without the hassle of setting it up. Plus it allows you to mix multiple color ramps together!
Here's a gif showing me scribbling with the Colordex system:
Plus there's a lot more you can do..
I used the editor to create all the graphics in my recently released game Quasi
http://prominent.itch.io/quasi and is a good example of what can be made with Pixel.Tools
Here's an old screenshot of the editor:
Edit: here's a video demonstration of how to use the Colordex system:
Here's a quick run-through of some features:
If you have any question as to how to use it, etc, I'll be happy to help clear anything up.