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Pixel Art: Where to Start - Guide on starting pixel art for complete newbies
Pixel Art Tutorials - Database of online tutorials you can filter by subject
Pixel Art Software List - Choose what program is best for you
Pixel Art Palettes List - Download and use in any program
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Idk how to post the speedpaint in the same post:(
So I work in secondary schools with children with special educational needs. A lot of the children I work with are moving to study art next year, academia I’m good with and drama I’m specialised in so I’m good there. But art I am horrendous at, and how can I help when I have 0 clue what I’m doing 😂- so I bought a drawing tablet and I’m trying to learn. Knowing the very small amount that I do I knocked this out on my first go around.
I’m trying pixel art as I feel like the base level is easier and I’ve always been interested in game dev stuff so I feel like it will keep me on track. Anyone got any recommendations on the next best step? As someone who is brand new to this I’m sure you can appreciate that it’s rather overwhelming.