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Friday, June 17, 2011 - 11:12

O_O awesome indeed! They will take me to the next Level in drawing Pixel-Art, after practising ;)


Thanks a lot!


Btw.: I'm on DeviantART too :)

Friday, June 17, 2011 - 11:06

Yes, theGIMP (or simply called Gimp) does this for you. There is one option for this in the Filters-Section.


E. g. found this Tutorials:




Friday, June 17, 2011 - 10:51

Hey hey :) You are welcome.


Yes, GrafX2 is available in the Repositories of some Linux Distributions, like Ubuntu and Debian.


Btw.: If you need some Help with some of the Tools in GrafX2, let me know, and i'll write a "Getting Started Tutorial" for you. I created one in german a few Years ago and it's not that hard to translate it and add new Informations to it.


If you want to create a transparent Background on an Image, that you created with GrafX2, you'll have to use e. g. theGIMP or Kolourpaint, as far as i know. If you want to create Animations (e. g. animated GIF files), you'll have to use GIMP too, to create the Animation out of the individual Images (Frames) , that you either created with GrafX2 or Deluxe Paint Anim.


If you want to try Deluxe Paint (Anim), you can use DOSBox, which should be available in the Repositories of Ubuntu (e. g. in the Software Center) .



Ingo :)