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Tag: pixel-art


Selective Anti-Aliasing is a common technique in pixel art. The idea is to color some parts of the outline to a different color so it blends better with the background color. I wrote this simple algorithm: Given a pixel perfect line, Calculate the length and direction of each 1-px-wide chunk, and For each chunk, color some fraction of the length to some other color.


rx is an extensible, modern and minimalist pixel editor implemented in Rust. It's designed to have as little UI as possible, and instead takes inspiration from vi's modal nature and command mode. Compared to other pixel editors, rx aims to be smaller, yet more configurable and extendable. `rx` takes a different approach when it comes to animation as well, which is done with *strips*.


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