[DIS] Tools of trade - useful software

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Re: Tools of trade - useful software

Post by Rotonen » Fri Nov 12, 2010 2:46 am

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Re: Tools of trade - useful software

Post by i » Fri Nov 12, 2010 9:12 am

Rotonen wrote:http://opensword.org/Pixen/

Anyone tried?
only for mac :/
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Re: Tools of trade - useful software

Post by Gotcha » Fri Nov 12, 2010 12:32 pm

hi, at the beginning of this thread it was about live preview in gimp, and i'm not sure if that solved in the meanwhile, anyways, here is 1 way to do it:
(i hope the menue order is the same as in english version)
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When you paint into the zoomed window, you get the updated view of it at 100% in the lower window.
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Re: Tools of trade - useful software

Post by i » Fri Nov 12, 2010 4:27 pm

Gotcha wrote:hi, at the beginning of this thread it was about live preview in gimp, and i'm not sure if that solved in the meanwhile, anyways, here is 1 way to do it:
(i hope the menue order is the same as in english version)
When you paint into the zoomed window, you get the updated view of it at 100% in the lower window.
Nope. It's a bit different "live preview". We need to tile it on the fly to test repeating patterns.
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Re: Tools of trade - useful software

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Re: Tools of trade - useful software

Post by Bertram » Tue Dec 28, 2010 1:47 pm

Hi,

Could this be a start?
replicator-gimp26.zip
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This adds the Image->Replicator menu which creates a new window tiling the current one.
Try the options.

If so, I may be able to have a talk with some GMP expert and try to upgrade it.

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Re: Tools of trade - useful software

Post by Rotonen » Wed Dec 29, 2010 11:07 pm

To have that realtime is exactly what would be needed.
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Re: Tools of trade - useful software

Post by Bertram » Thu Dec 30, 2010 10:11 am

Hi Rotonen,

Ok, I'll have (mid-priority) look upon having a script reacting on painting events,
while keeping the nice options of it.

My script-fu skills are five years old, so don't be too impatient. I hope that the current script
can help making people wait.

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Re: Tools of trade - useful software

Post by i » Thu Dec 30, 2010 9:17 pm

Bertram wrote:Ok, I'll have (mid-priority) look upon having a script reacting on painting events,
while keeping the nice options of it.

My script-fu skills are five years old, so don't be too impatient. I hope that the current script
can help making people wait.
I thought about "live canvas background". Instead making a new script we could modify gray window background. So no new window would be needed. I messed with gimp sources a couple months ago, but without luck. IMO it's too complex for someone without basic understanding gimps source code (like me).
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Re: Tools of trade - useful software

Post by Bertram » Mon Jan 03, 2011 10:51 am

Hi iru,
I thought about "live canvas background". Instead making a new script we could modify gray window background. So no new window would be needed. I messed with gimp sources a couple months ago, but without luck. IMO it's too complex for someone without basic understanding gimps source code (like me).
And what if the script would create and update a bottom-most layer with copies of the given image?
IMHO, it would be better since gimp source code would have to be changed while achieving the same effect and preserving the current behaviour with tiles having a transparent part.

What do you think about it?

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Re: Tools of trade - useful software

Post by bagzie » Mon Aug 18, 2014 6:23 pm

Recently I've been using PyxelEdit for my pixel art stuff. It has a very nice workflow for tilesets and spritesheet animations. Current tools are very basic though and some "essential" things like shape tools (line, rectangle, etc) are missing. It also costs $9 and it's Windows-only (although it apparently runs nicely in Wine).
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Re: Tools of trade - useful software [DIS]

Post by rawn » Sat Feb 14, 2015 3:01 am

In case this can help anyone, Krita has exactly this functionality. Press the 'W' key to enable what it calls "wrap-around" mode. Here is a youtube video showing it in action.
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