You too can share your artwork here:
When ever I get a chance to play with Pixzle, I upload my pixel art creations to Pixzle's facebook page according to which platform I used. For example, I made this lovely 8bit Cat art using the Pixzle Petite. I love this platform because I can either display it on my desk as a stand alone artwork or by adding the acrylic clear hanger, I can now display it in front of any window in my home.
Just the ideal window artwork for any cat lover out there.
Shared the above photo under "Pixel Creations using Pixzle Petite album" here:
During the summer I had guest visiting, one afternoon they saw the Pixzle Play and asked what it's all about. After I explained that it's like making stain glass window art except you don't have to worry about cutting glass or using a hot soldering iron they loved it and gave it a try. Here's one of their design. They had an enjoyable afternoon. I had fun taking picture of them and their creations.
The Pixzle Play Pixel is a much larger platform measuring about 12" square with 3/4" pixel tiles. Perfect for very young children and ideal for senior citizens.
Finally there's the Pocket Pixzle, I love this version because it goes where ever I go. It's most popular with young adults and teens.
One story I heard from a fan who travels much that he loves to take the Pocket Pixzle with him into the airplane. After the airplane took off, he pulls out the Pocket Pixzle, opens the bag, takes out the clear acrylic base and little by little grabs a colored tile and places it into the clear acrylic base. He makes several designs and if there's an empty sit between him and other passenger, he'll leave the base with the tile on that sit and fall asleep. When he woke up and looked over he's artwork had been altered and a new one magically appeared.
Pretty darn cool that a perfect stranger was enjoying this new creative platform.
When I'm at artisans/handmade market shows, I get lots of request or comments about characters people love which both inspires and challenges me to create them in 8Bit /Mosaic artwork but when I do succeed, I share them to help inspire you, too.
Hope you enjoyed this little Pixzle journey and become a fan of Pixzle. Share your designs in any of the above facebook albums.
Have fun creating Pixzle Puzzle Art.