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2D & 3D / Crimson Viper
« on: February 24, 2011, 01:00:35 am »
Hiya guys, just something I modelled up. Crimson Viper from Street Fighter 4. Done in Blender.

Here's the mesh:

And here's the texture, it's 128x128:

Pixel Art / Global Game Jam sprites
« on: January 29, 2010, 11:45:19 pm »
Greetings from Finland! The global game jam is on, and the plan is to create a game in 48 hours. Our team started up a while ago, and after some design things and other stuff I even started on the main character sprite. I'm not sure yet if I can reveal the theme and our game idea anyway, but I can post my character here. It's pretty rough, and the game will look pretty rough as 1) I'm not that pro 2) 48 hours to all the art in the game is challenging. I just think that every bit of help is nice, and I'll be posting (hopefully) here every once in a while the whole weekend, and you shall play the game in it's whole glory on sunday. Platform is flash, pixel art and retroish music is the thing.

I'd need some advice on the shading, as I find it the hardest part. Also some rough cape animation, I shall make the guy, Awesomeman, doing some movement during the idle animation too.
Here's the start, wish us good luck!

Edit: Sorry, didn't notice the transparent background. Here's with good ol' white background.

Pixel Art / Need help with portrait
« on: January 31, 2009, 01:04:12 am »
Hiya! I'm new here and in pixel art. Or at least new to actually caring how it looks. I'm having huge problems with larger surfaces.
Here's my attempt on my own face. :'(

Don't mind the shirt, hair or EYES yet. I'd like to get that skin in order first.
And here is my sad, sad face.

As you might have noticed, I'm not going the exact realistic way. I'd like to cartoonize this a little.
Comments are welcome, but I'm really after the tips for making good skin and cartoonizing this a little more.

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