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you cant make that face without real cocaine
and its finally done! these last couple weeks been crazy trying to finish this on time! programming by me, graphics by me and nuuve-cle, and cool music by some dude i bought some tracks from xD
its in the workshop, please rate it, its for a contest… heres a download link if youre too lazy to get it in the workshop, but still, consider rating it!
im not the kind who begs for votes or anything… but when i do, i can be dangerous, so if you still love your family and want them to stay safe, go rate my game right now… thanks :>
Gradients, brushes and stuff.
Pixel art? Really?
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“Pixel art? Really?” It really, probably, isn’t pixel art! Here’s a brief reason why:
The artist should have control over the placement of each individual pixel as well as a limitation in palette and contrast in color ramps. Although the images displayed fit within the broad spectrum of art, whether or not they are well made is subjective to the artist/viewer and irrelevant to the topic. The purpose of this discussion is based on the methodology behind pixel art.
The primary function in pixel art is control. You must have the control to dictate where a pixel or a cluster of identical pixels are placed. Adding or removing a pixel can dramatically offset a shape. For this particular digital medium, certain tools are avoided: blur, gradient, smudge, and brushes that create automatic anti-aliasing or a blend between hues. Restricting the number of colors used can eliminate suspicion in using “cheat tools” while simultaneously emphasize light and shape.
Does that mean you have to knock your palette down from X-amount to be considered pixel art? No! It is, however, discouraged. The more colors you introduce, the less control you may have over the piece. Although, I would like to point out a very inspirational piece that has used only four colors to create the illusion of more: The Spartan by Helm. It goes to show that with restraint comes flexibility.
If you are learning or unfamiliar with pixel art, I highly encourage you review The Pixel Art Tutorial over at Pixel Joint forums. “The Pixel Art Tutorial” addresses common terms, the definition of pixel art (the differences between all digital imagery and oekaki), and how you can start creating it. Good luck!
this was nuuve´s idea
we were talking about the bad taste most people have with accesories, the particularly cheap price of hallow accesories took this to a whole new level
Nostalgia attack!! Music for inspiration, my lovely followers ♥ lol
- Digimon Adventure - ‘Butter-fly’ (Perfect Final Version) My favorite one B:
- Digimon Adventure - Evolution Theme ‘Brave Heart’ asdsdsjkdahgaa
- Digimon Tamers - Opening Theme ‘The Biggest Dreamer’
- Digimon Frontier - Opening Theme ‘Fire!!!’ Faiyerr :33
(I’ve probably forgotten many songs, sorry. If you look up in the wiki you’ll find all of them)
or something… If the image is understandable
I started this just wanted to draw something on Sato’s cintiq, then my monitor got a saturation fest ._. (lol Here is a lil fixed)
I hope doesn’t take me forever… maybe will be a nice poster :T
Lala. I like the logo.
Note: I don’t know how to give volume to the damn armors…
Tenía una estúpida sensación de esperar a que se nombraran los ganadores para ponerlo :B
Al menos fue muy divertido de hacer xD Creo que debería montarlo en flash y arreglarle muchas cosas para sentir que quedo de verdad terminado…
(Lo mejor: Kon-Ron con “el uniforme del gremio” )