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A Blender add-on for building tile based low-poly scenes with paint/map editor like tools · By Jeiel Aranal

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A topic by Jeiel Aranal created Mar 29, 2017 Views: 4,890 Replies: 9
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A written quick start tutorial is available in the documentation.

And when you're done with the basics, move on to the advanced features tutorial.

The tutorials will also be available as video tutorials as I get done with them

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are there good tutorials for that style of pixel art ? I looks so great


For the particular pixel art style I used for the test tiles?

I'm not sure if there is a tutorial for it, I really just made it up as I went along. I'm not the strongest pixel artist so I'm not confident I can explain the decisions behind the tile set.

Oh god I am so sorry but I dont know where to report bugs. If I want to import SpryTile then this happens if i want to tick the box


From the output it looks like you're using Blender 2.75. The add-on has been tested from version 2.77 and up.


The documentation update for v0.4,2 is still a work in progress.

In the meantime, I've made a couple of lower production quality videos  covering some aspects of Sprytile usage.

In this video, I touch on two methods to create non blocky scenes with Sprytile. There are many ways to do this, these are just a couple of ideas.


This video is a demonstration of Set Normal Mode, which can be used to build with tiles even when the axis is not on the global XYZ plane.

If you'd like to ask for help, please feel free to ask in the forums or reach out on Twitter. We also have a community Discord chat server for more immediate help.


Mort has created an excellent tutorial for Sprytile, with more parts to come!

Hi! My tutorial

has anyone made a tutorial how to make

autotile (and animated tiles)



tutorial from gamesfromscratch