Today’s Freebie Friday results from the comment section of a previous post. There, Drew and I lament the lack of solutions for procedurally generating quality pixel art, either through rendering or post-processing. Coincidentally, around that time I found superpixeltime.johnnylml.com, a site that pixelates your linked/uploaded images. It allows you to force palettes and choose a level of pixelation.
I fed it the following already procedurally pixelated image:
And superPixelTime created the following by forcing a Super Mario Brothers’ palette upon it:
In this particular instance the results may seem underwhelming. You can, however, begin to see its value. If paired with an image created in anticipation of superPixelTime’s effects (ie., a simpler image with an already restrictive palette), the results could be very good.
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