Shared August 2, 2018
Available from https://www.piskelapp.com
"Piskel is a free online editor for animated sprites & pixel art
Create animations in your browser. Try an example, use Google sign in to access your gallery or simply create a new sprite.
"Live preview, check a preview of your animation in real time as you draw. Adjust the frame delay on the fly.
Google Sign in, no need to remember yet another password, just use your Google account to sign in.
Export to GIF, PNG... Several export modes supported. Animated GIFs for sharing, spritesheet PNG/ZIP for bigger projects etc…
Open Source, all the code is open-source and available on GitHub. http://github.com/piskelapp/piskel
Private gallery, you can chose to make any of your sprites public or private. Private sprites are only visible to you.
Offline versions, free desktop & offline applications for Windows, OSX and Linux. Checkout the download page." From the Piskel website.
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