Pixel art is a type of digital art where images are created from thousands (or sometimes just a few) of small squares, or “pixels.” The artist usually starts with a rough sketch of the image on paper, then scans it into the computer and traces over the lines pixel by pixel.
Pixelart is an upcoming art form in Goa that is gaining popularity among the youth. It is a type of digital art in which images are composed of thousands or even millions of tiny squares, or “pixels.” The artist usually starts by creating a black-and-white image in a computer software program, and then adds color by hand, one pixel at a time.
PixelArt is an organization based in Goa, India, working to promote the culture of animation and video gaming in the region. Founded in 2013 by Amit Sawant and Hitesh Malviya, PixelArt has been involved in a variety of initiatives, including game jams, showcases, and workshops. In addition to its own endeavors, PixelArt also helps coordinate the annual Game Developer’s Conference India (GDCIndia), the country’s largest event for game developers.
PixelArt is an annual theatre festival held in Goa, India. The festival was inaugurated on 8 January 2011 by Sachin Katti, a well-known Indian actor, and has been held annually since then. The festival is organized by the National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA), Mumbai and showcases productions by theater groups from all over India.