Pixel Editor Pro

OS X 10.7
Pixel Editor is an pixel art editor designed for working with low-resolution raster art, such as those 8-bit sprites found in old-school video games. With innovative features like a unique color palette system, patterns, layers, and high-zoom support, Pixel Editor packs all the tools pixel artists need in an intuitive, Mac-native interface. Pixel Editor also makes creating frame-by-frame animations fun and easy. Animations – Create and arrange image frames in the filmstrip view to piece together animations; export animations as animated GIFs or even spritesheets! Layers – Take advantage of the flexibility layers provide when working with complex pixel art. Color Palettes – Add and organize commonly-used colors into palettes. Patterns – Define custom patterns to use while drawing with the pencil, line, or eraser tool (instead of a single pixel). Custom Backgrounds – Pick a flat, striped or checkered background (or even a custom image) to be drawn beneath the canvas. Grid + Alignment Crosshair – Let the grid and the alignment crosshair guide you in placing pixels just where you want them. Preview – While editing at high zoom levels, use the Preview window to view the canvas scaled out; play back animations in the Preview window. Left and Right Tools – Assign a different tool to the left and right mouse button. For example: pencil on the left; eraser on the right. Tablet Support – Pixel Editor supports pressure-sensitive drawing tablets and maps pressure to color opacity. Hotkeys – Customize tool hotkeys to ease the transition from other image editors. Full Screen – Work with all your favorite tools in full screen mode on OS X Lion.