Talk:Graphics Utilities

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Bob the Hamster: Has anybody tried out Project Dogwaffle? It looks potentially interesting, but is it any good for spriting?

Bob the Hamster: Also, what about Tile Studio? It looks really nice... Although for some dumb reason, there does not seem to be a download link anywhere on the main page. download here

Mike C.: Tile Studio looks neat, and it so *does* include a download section. It even links directly to the file listing, here.

Bob the Hamster: Yeah, I just missed the download section the first time. I see it now.

Arwym: May I add, there's a fantastic pixel art editor for Mac users, called Pixen. It's created especially for pixel art, and it can import palettes in various formats, and let you restrict the image you're creating to a specific palette, too. :)

spam filter[edit]

Bob the Hamster: An anonymous user added the text "(which I will do later -- tomorrow, perhaps, and then remove this message)" but was blocked by the spam filter because the paragraph contained URLs. I can't tell what it was supposed to mean from context. ...nevermind, I see it was you, NeoTA Bob the Hamster 06:25, 19 December 2009 (UTC)

Wow, you noticed that quick, I hit enter by accident (which presumably submits the page you're editing.. that seems rather easy to do accidentally.). I had just noticed I'd not logged in, so it was bad timing. -- NeoTA

I just happened to be reading my e-mail when the block notification came in. By the way, those oratools are great. It was bothering me that I couldn't take my mypaint files into gimp without losing the layers. Thanks for the link. Bob the Hamster 23:53, 20 December 2009 (UTC)