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This Week at Nevercenter
This Week at Nevercenter / May 10th, 2019 12:08 pm
Thought we'd put a post here to keep you all updated. :) We've been working on some fun things!

1) Experimenting with modeling/rendering uses for Unreal Engine
2) Working on custom dithering patterns in Pixelmash: https://youtu.be/e50f-isTgw8
3) Making a free, fun collaborative side-scrolling pixel art game project in Unity (using Pixelmash assets) that we’ll make public soon!
Pixelmash Feature Preview: Custom Dither Patterns
Pixel Art / May 6th, 2019 2:12 pm
Sneak preview of an upcoming feature in Pixelmash! Custom dither patterns.

As always, likes/shares/comments/follows over there are much appreciated!

Pixelmash How-To: Animated Darth Vader and Lightsaber
Pixel Art / March 27th, 2019 5:49 pm
Just added another Pixelmash video to our YouTube channel. This one shows how to easily make an animated Darth Vader, including a lightsaber and glow, in Pixelmash. Enjoy!

(Also--please comment/share/like/follow over there! It helps us out!)

Pixelmash v1.1.0 is Released!
News & Announcements / March 19th, 2019 4:56 am
Pixelmash 1.1.00 Screenshot

Dear Friends of Pixelmash,

We’re happy to announce that Pixelmash 1.1 has been released, and is a free update for everyone who has purchased Pixelmash! Get the update wherever you purchased Pixelmash originally: via the Mac App Store, Steam, or the Nevercenter website. Additionally, the trial period has been reset for those who have not yet purchased.

You can watch an all-new 30-minute full walkthrough of Pixelmash 1.1 at youtu.be/1VLRAIoRbsY

This is a gigantic update. Some of the new features in Pixelmash 1.1 include:
  • Completely rewritten keyframe-based animation system
  • Easy option for per-frame images on any layer, for hand-drawn frame-by-frame animation
  • New preview window to see your animation running while you work on a frame (also great for 1:1 or 2:1 previews on stills)
  • Animated components are now chosen per-layer rather than per-project
  • Easier access to creating layers at the document’s pixelized resolution
  • Layers now display their native resolution in the layers window
  • New onion skin options for coloring and number of frames
  • Dramatically increased performance when drawing with onion skinning
  • Improved resolution baking options

Please remember to send us your feedback using the Send Feedback item in the Help menu in the app. We’d love to hear your ideas and about any bugs you find.

If you'd like to join the advance Pixelmash beta team, please send us your info and some samples of your pixel artwork (it doesn't have to be made in Pixelmash, we're looking for any pixel artists) at pixelmash@nevercenter.com. We hope you'll love the improvements—this is all from your excellent feedback!

Best,
Nevercenter


Pixelmash Full Interface Walkthrough (Pixelmash 1.1)
Pixel Art / March 18th, 2019 8:18 am
Just added a new video to your YouTube channel -- a full interface walkthrough for Pixelmash!

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