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You can try the standalone editor at http://juliandescottes.github.io/piskel You can use Piskel to do two things : spriting : create retro-style sprites for games pixelart : create crazy/pretty pixelart animations for fun ! Offline version: Offline builds are available. More details in the dedicated wiki page.


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The first part is realy easy. Don't scale your image using any interpolation method. Choose None in the dialog box. Use exact multipliers.


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You can create layers with 100x100 pixel squares on a 800x800 pixels document, move them around and changing its colors.


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The answer seems to easy too me so I guess I did not understood it well :) But did you try: Filter > Pixel > Mosaic?


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The easiest way is to change the image to Indexed Color instead of RGB via Image > Mode. All transparent pixels will be removed and none will be created when the image is downsized. Alternatively, you can duplicate and merge the downsized layer repeatedly. Even a pixel with 1/256th opacity will be opaque after 8 iterations.


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Unless your shape only contains 90ยบ angles, it will have semi-transparent edges. The reason is that pixels are square, so Photoshop tries to compensate for half-pixels with transparency. I made a little diagram to show what I mean by half-pixels:



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