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The aesthetics of pixel art can be tricky to get right, but this illustrates one simple method which makes curves look natural. The initial pixelation is done by Photoshop, which creates curves which look bumpy and jaggy. Sorting the blocks by their slope causes the diagonals to form smoother curves, and gives a better pixelation. [Tiffany Inglis] [code] [more]

The aesthetics of pixel art can be tricky to get right, but this illustrates one simple method which makes curves look natural. The initial pixelation is done by Photoshop, which creates curves which look bumpy and jaggy. Sorting the blocks by their slope causes the diagonals to form smoother curves, and gives a better pixelation. [Tiffany Inglis] [code] [more]

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I post original stuff about maths, space, computational linguistics and other things that I like. This blog is meant to be accessible and interesting to people of all backgrounds. My undergrad was maths in Cambridge, and I'm now starting research in Speech and Language technology. Email me at If you're new, check out this overview of my posts. All code posted is in Mathematica.

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