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Pixel Art Feature Chest / GR#090 - Mountains & Villages Scenery
« on: January 30, 2012, 11:20:26 pm »
Hi everyone, I'm working on this Landscape set in a small village surrounded by vast mountains. I'm really trying to convey the immense scale and distance of the mountains so I've exaggerated the atmospheric perspective.

Current color count is 23. I'd love to hear any CnC, good or bad.

Oh and the little red posts are supposed to be villagers.


My houses are so boring, how can I add interest to the village?

Pixel Art / Isometric log cabin
« on: June 25, 2011, 10:47:34 pm »
This is part of a larger isometric scene I'm making. It's a sort of colonial log cabin with random bits strewn around it.

It's really messy and uses a lot of colors and I'm afraid the grass might be too noisy for some items to clearly show, like the campfire. I used a few Age of Empires images as references to get an idea of how to render certain things. Later I'm going to add a trail, lots of foliage and a halfway constructed cabin if my attention span allows it.

Pixel Art / [WIP]Forest Scene
« on: March 18, 2011, 05:10:47 am »
I probably shouldn't have waited so long to request CnC but I began this scene two days ago and keep running into walls trying to figure my way around all the bits. I'm fairly satisfied with the boulders but that's about it. What do you guys think needs help (like the grass)?

I'd especially like pointers on trees and grass. Thanks.

General Discussion / What does pixel art look like when printed?
« on: April 10, 2010, 07:37:01 pm »
This is a silly question that's been making me wonder for a few weeks and since I don't have a printer I don't have a way of knowing. I have searched for images but I honestly couldn't find anything. So I would just like to see what pixel art looks like when printed on a piece of A4 printing paper (preferably at a regular resolution).  :D

2D & 3D / Almost pixel art; help with perspective please
« on: December 05, 2009, 11:05:01 pm »
Hey everyone, this is something I'm been slaving over for several days now and have recently realized that without the aid of more experienced people I'm going to really mess up.

Pretty much what you see here is 2 mules, a wagon, and a figure of (what is supposed to be) a dwarf traveling through a mountain pass at the crack of dawn. I still need to make 6 more dwarf figures but I really have no experience with perspective at this kind of angle and I just need to know if it looks believable currently and if not what I can do to fix it. :'(

Also, I didn't limit myself to colors, that's why I posted it here.

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