Tutorial: Creating Pixel Characters in Hexels
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Really awesome work and the tutorial is fantastic. Thanks for sharing.

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Tutorial: Creating Pixel Characters in Hexels
12 March, 2018

A designer TipTut shared a video guide to generating pixel art inside Marmoset Hexels. The artist uses Squares mode to go over the intricacies and theories of the production process behind a pixel character with a nice palette and top-notch layering. 

This time around we will learn how to create a simple pixel art character. I’m using Marmoset Hexels but you can use whatever software you like.


Do you want to learn more about Hexels? Check out a Marmoset’s page with tons of articles on the tool. Also, take a look at the TipTut’s channel for more educational videos. 

Source: YouTube

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