|Original author(s)||HUMANBALANCE Ltd.|
|Type||Raster graphics editor|
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GraphicsGale is a proprietary raster graphics editor for Windows, created by HUMANBALANCE Ltd. It is designed to create and edit sprites and pixel art animations. Formerly a shareware software, it was released as freeware as of June 18, 2017.. It was one of the six recommended programs in 2017 for pixel art by PC Gamer. The program has been used by Paul Robertson and Ivan Dixon, in conjunction with Photoshop and Autodesk Animator, to create the pixel art animated intro for Rick and Morty, the animated series from Adult Swim.
GraphicsGale presents an interface that uses layers and animation frames. It has also the usual tools from other bitmap graphics editors, such as pencil, eraser and fill tool, and various selection tools.
The program has some unusual features in similar programs: It can import images directly from a scanner, directly print multiple frames from an animation, and load and save Windows cursor files
Supported file formats
- GraphicsGale's native format is GAL, It uses lossless compression, and allows layers, animations and palettes.
- Input formats: GIF, ICO, CUR, ANI, AVI, GAL, BMP, DIB, JPEG, PNG, TGA, TIFF, SusiePlugin.
- Output formats: GIF, ICO, CUR, ANI, AVI, GAL, BMP, DIB, JPEG, PNG, TGA, TIFF.
- "GraphicsGale pixel art animation tool is now free | TradnuxGames". Retrieved 2019-07-18.
- Morton, Lauren (2017-09-25). "The best pixel art tools for making your own game". PC Gamer. Retrieved 2019-07-18.
- Mufson, Beckett (2017-01-12). "Rick and Morty's Awesome Intro Gets 8-Bit-ified". Creators. Retrieved 2019-07-18.
- Adult Swim (2017-01-11), Rick and Morty 8-Bit Intro | Adult Swim, retrieved 2019-07-18
- "GraphicsGale - Features". graphicsgale.com. Retrieved 2019-07-18.
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