I'm a digital artist, recovering from a creative block, who switched to Linux full-time in 2020. (Below is the first pixel art piece I've made in a couple years.)
I also spend my time making soundtracks to silent films, and deleting as much of my data off the Internet as possible.
I'm currently working on a piece for Spring Thing 2020.
Thank you for having me.
@flame Thank you!
@nune Welcome to Merveilles!!
@gueorgui Thank you so much!
Welcome to Merveilles @nune, looking forward to getting to know you 👋
@neauoire Thank you. Likewise!
@suvij Thank you. Appreciate it!
@nune Welcome to mastodon! Pixelfed is an alternative to Instagram you can share the artworks there and here!
@null0x0 Thank you, that’s a good idea.
@nune Share the Pixelfed handle once you start using it for your art :)
@null0x0 Will do!
@dualhammers Thank you!
@nune Hello and welcome! Also note you're being seen on the whole Mastodon network, not just on Merveilles!
@kravietz Thanks! I didn’t think anyone else would care, honestly.
@nune this is really cool! What program did you use?
@nursemchurt Thank you! I typically use Aseprite for pixel art, but I decided to try Krita for this piece.
@xiroux Thank you!
@nune Hey there, this is a good introduction! Mind if I follow?
@david Thank you! Please do!
@nune welcome! Cool art.
So what's your favourite pixel art software(s) on Linux?
@freedcreative Hello! I would have to say Aesprite, but Krita comes as a close second for me due to its perspective features, etc.
@nune Welcome!! :D
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