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Pixel Art / Untilted
« on: February 14, 2010, 06:14:17 am »
So.. Inspiration mysteriously glimpsed today, right when I saw Helm's muscle baby.. I don't know why or how this came out as a result, and neither if it holds any resemblances to it

It just came out

Probably a generic enemy (WIP), a villain perhaps, main character, and NPC, done from the right to the left. An rpg potential, maybe.

The palletes are same as the muscle baby, and are there as placeholders.

Pixel Art / Mug help!
« on: February 01, 2010, 02:02:52 pm »
In other words, this means anatomy practice.


I though a tinted greyscale was a good start for mugs.. Got the idea when I saw an edit Helm made in an old thread here.

C&C apreciated

Pixel Art / [WIP] In the name of Logos
« on: January 17, 2010, 07:15:14 am »
We shall leave our mark

Im practicing new methods, and challenged myself to use the pallete there. Tried this because it's too far out from my confort zone.
Ms Paint, if relevant.

This would be one of my first proper pixel-art backgrounds; since all I have ever done before were sprites and characters. I wouldn't mind some C&C on it.. *craves*

Oh and, see if anyone can get meaning out of this.  ;)

Pixel Art / Ramza Beoulve
« on: December 26, 2009, 12:11:58 am »
Hello Pixelation. It's my first time here.  ;D

Now for a quick intro, it's been only recently that I've gotten the urge to get better at pixels in general, after spending months spriting the same old styles I used to make.. I've been mostly a spriter all these years, but im looking to get off my confort zone and try some bigger pixelart for once, as it might help me in many ways other than being a favorite hobby.

To start off, I went and re-made Ramza from FFT, but in a more realistic style, unlike in the FFT art.
A very early WIP I got here.

Everything below the neck is a wip yet, as im still working out the proportions
Im also not satisfied with the current pallete I have, but it may just be me.


Everything is subject to change

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