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As a preparation, it would be best if you could install a suitable program beforehand. GIMP works okay, but my recommendation is [Aseprite https://www.aseprite.org/], which is specialized on pixel art. Sadly, it's no longer free software since September, but you'll still find the GPL version (v1.1.7) in your software repositories.
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As a preparation, it would be best if you could install a suitable program beforehand. GIMP works okay, but my recommendation is [https://www.aseprite.org/ Aseprite], which is specialized on pixel art. Sadly, it's no longer free software since September, but you'll still find the GPL version (v1.1.7) in your software repositories.
  
 
If you have a mouse (the inanimate kind), bring it! This workshop was first held at Hackover 2016.
 
If you have a mouse (the inanimate kind), bring it! This workshop was first held at Hackover 2016.

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Description You'll get an introduction to the techniques and principles of pixel art, as well as useful hints, learning resources and software recommendations. After that, we'll paint a few 16x16 pixel-sized pictures together. If you use Twitter, you'll like this format, as well! :)
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Type Workshop
Kids session No
Keyword(s) art
Tags art, minimalism, pixels
Person organizing Blinry
Language en - English
en - English
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Starts at 2016/12/28 11:00
Ends at 2016/12/28 12:30
Duration 90 minutes
Location Hall 13-14

As a preparation, it would be best if you could install a suitable program beforehand. GIMP works okay, but my recommendation is Aseprite, which is specialized on pixel art. Sadly, it's no longer free software since September, but you'll still find the GPL version (v1.1.7) in your software repositories.

If you have a mouse (the inanimate kind), bring it! This workshop was first held at Hackover 2016.