What Do You Use For Isometric Art?

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  1. thatguyminib

    thatguyminib Serious Boxer

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    Hey, everyone, I was just wondering what program you all used for your isometric art!

    Trying to find one with the best workflow.
     
  2. Skrubzy

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    Hexels works pretty good. There's a free trial (14 days I think) then it costs $10 or something cheap like that
     
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    Hexels is my favorite tool for creating isometric art. It’s usually around $40 but goes on sale from time to time to $20. If you’re lucky you can find it on g2a for just $10 or less.

    You can even create animations. It rocks
     
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    Thanks, guys! Looks like I will have to try to find it on sale then and learn about it :D.
     
  5. Skrubzy

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    There's an official BuildBox playlist called "How to make Isometric games" which covers Hexels and a couple other programs
     
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  6. DariusGuerrero

    DariusGuerrero Moderator Staff Member

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    There's magicavoxels too, it's free.
     
  7. thatguyminib

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    I couldn’t find a quick way to export high res png files with Magicavoxel.

    For voxel art there’s Qubicle.
     

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