“Fix my sprite!” Volume 3

Volume 3: Smaller pixel styles. Taking a break from the usual ‘fighter’ sizes, we discover that smaller isn’t always easier.


Resizing your sprites with Nearest Neighbor

Resizing your sprites with Nearest Neighbor

If you’re the type who enjoys building your sprites pixel-by-pixel straight from the ground up but find the results stiff and lifeless, consider this quicker method.

Difficulty: Basic7 comments

“Fix my sprite!” Volume 2

Fix My Sprite! Vol. 2

Volume 2: Reducing detail doesn’t mean reducing style. Plus: How to fix sprites in Photoshop

Difficulty: Medium2 comments

“Fix my sprite!” Volume 1

"Fix My Sprite!" Vol. 1

Volume 1: “Too much detail, too little fun”. How building your sprite with too much attention to detail strains the eye and the artist

Difficulty: Medium8 comments

Spriting basics: Anti-aliasing

Spriting Basics: Anti-aliasing

It’s probably one of the first lessons you’d learn from most pixeling tutorials, so here’s some quick examples to get you thinking about this useful technique

Difficulty: Basic1 comment

Pixel a Capcom Background

Imitate Capcom’s 50% dithering style to pixel a Street Fighter or Marvel stage

Difficulty: Hard8 comments

Speed Spriting in Photoshop

Got the basics down and want to start producing stuff faster? Try this Photoshop trick and save yourself tons of coloring work

Difficulty: Medium8 comments

A Basic Sprite Tutorial

A basic sprite tutorial

Turn your drawing into pixel art using simple Photoshop or GIMP tricks

Difficulty: Basic41 comments