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Pixel Art / Re: Feedback on Scenario
« on: May 06, 2020, 12:59:40 am »
Hey! I'm no expert either, but i can address some things i think could improve.
The scene looks too saturated/dark... maybe you cold try lighter colors so one can see the assets better. The atmosphere is present and achieved, but some styling issues need to be taken care of, like i said, the color palette and also perspective. It's a top down perspective but the furniture in the foreground looks strange, like it was in another perspective. Stay creating!!

Pixel Art / Re: 1 Bit - don't know which to choose!
« on: May 06, 2020, 12:52:17 am »
Woah that's great, you don't just gave feedback but actually made the feedback.  :) I agree with your points! Loved the cludy bubble instead of outline dots, so thanks! except the eye thing, it's the character's nose haha, my drawings always have that little nose coming from between the eyes. Anyhow, just want to post last version and a last styling question.

I love the result of taking a picture to the computer and having that LCD screen look, i think it makes it look more videogamistic lol. Maybe it's just awful, and i understant that maybe it doesn't "pop" to a viewers eye as the crisp export... but idk,  i just like it. what do you think?


Pixel Art / Re: 1 Bit - don't know which to choose!
« on: May 05, 2020, 07:37:39 pm »
-Sup. Not bad, overall.

-Found this guy's YT channel yet? - Brandon James Greer
There's a lot to learn from him.

-Look like you have some accidental shades of grey in #2 and #3.

thanks man! I totally checked and subscribed to his channel. great stuff, also followed mort mort and slynyrd. Beautiful stuff.
The grey scales are more like "glows" of those glitter/stars/song spirits, but i realize i broke the rule of just two colors! haha.
I'm definitely trying new things every day. sometimes is frustrating because i don't achieve what i want. I'll just keep producing them.
Do you guys have instagrams where you post pixel stuff? would be great to know.
Thanks again

Pixel Art / Re: 1 Bit - don't know which to choose!
« on: May 05, 2020, 07:33:43 pm »
I find the stars a bit distracting overall. The lack of any depth cues makes me think that the star over the fist is actually coming out of the fist, like some kind of superpower.

Like I said, opinions. That's all I got. Good work though!
Thanks so much for the feedback! It really is helpful. Yeah those glittery things, in my head represent "songs" as he's listening them or something like that. The powerup fist could also be a killer tune! haha but yeah, i understand that those dots could be anything and distract the view.

Just on a last question: if i delete the outline in the bubble (you're rght, it does take a lot of space in the compo), the smaller two thinking bubbles should ot have the outline either, and they would transform into blocks... not like little circles... if you know what i mean... how would you tackle that?

I appreciate the time and opinion!

Pixel Art / 1 Bit - don't know which to choose!
« on: May 04, 2020, 09:21:24 pm »
Hey! So i very recently jumped in the pixel universe creation and I'm loving it. Great to know there's also a supporting community. I'm here to know your experienced opinions!
Yesterday i went with 1 bit, and i have some examples of final renders and i'm troubled choosing...

Outline on the thinking bubble? Or keep it without outline? with or without star bits? I'm afraid i could oversaturate the image with too much information, but also i love those glitterings haha. FYI he's saying like "Heck, the shuffle's good". Thanks so much for your time.

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