The much-anticipated EE Artist has now been released.
Important: Right now there is no choice as to which blocks you can use. It automatically uses all blocks, so if you don’t have them all, it will leave a lot of black gaps. I intend on adding the block options very soon. I apologize for the inconvenience.
Download down for now. Sorry!
Download link: EE Artist
EE Artist is a program I built in a few days to use with the game Everybody Edits. It takes in an image and spits out a packet list to use in WPE Pro to send blocks to a world in-game. It finds the block with the closest colour to the original in the image and places it in the world to recreate the image on the minimap. In the few worlds I’ve used it, it was very well received. It did its job very quickly and efficiently. However, I’m afraid I have bad news for those of you looking forward to this program.
It will be postponed for an undetermined length of time. I apologize to all those who are looking forward to it. It currently has no interface and I’m unsure how to go about adding one at this point. To be frank, I’m uninterested in the hassle right now. I’ve learned what I wanted to learn from this project. That is, I am now fully able to read in bitmaps and understand its contents. If you really want to use a program to draw for you, there is already a nice one also available for free called EE Animator.
If you’d like to learn more about the inner workings of my program, please click on the link to continue reading.