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Here is a small web application that will allow you to transform the image or photo of your choice into Minecraft blocks. So you can create in your Minecraft game a wall representing a photo of a loved one, a logo, a drawing or anything you can imagine.
12/28/20: at the end of each line of the generated pixel art, the symbol "?" tells you the number of blocks needed for the line in question (based on Justin's idea).
11/25/20: You've been waiting for them for a long time: all the missing blocks have been added (those from version 1.16.4). So we now have 237 blocks in total.
And don't forget that you can click, in the pixel art generated in the page, on each block placed to mark it with a cross.
The creation of your Minecraft pixel art image takes place in 4 steps:
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The image must be in jpg, gif or png format.
If possible, resize your image to the same dimensions as the number of blocks you want to place in height and / or width, this with software such as Photoshop or Paint. There are even websites that do this for free online. Otherwise, your image will be resized by a script, with a greater loss of quality than if you had done it using specialized software.
Image size is limited to 3MB.
WARNING: the scripts used causing overloading of the server, the images produced are limited to 100x100 pixels (which gives you a maximum of 10,000 blocks to place).
Tip: if you want to make a larger image, you can cut your original into several squares of 100x100 pixels, which you will post one by one directly on the site.
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