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Pixel Art / Re: Anti-Aliasing Help! [W.I.P]
« on: September 01, 2007, 01:08:38 am »
My reference was a lineart i traced that I made through photoshop. Here is the result when I inked. (yes I am very bad at it).

Click Here for reference

That was based off of official artwork that was on a japanese site. I was confused and did not know that you can post artwork without a source. I read the rules, but misunderstood one.

Here is the link to the original artwork.

Click Here

Pixel Art / Anti-Aliasing Help! [W.I.P]
« on: September 01, 2007, 12:07:58 am »
Sorry if this is long as I will include my introduction towards this website and post something I have been working on.

Hello everyone of Pixelation, I am not new to this forum as I have joined earlier. . I haven't been here for some time, so let me reintroduce myself. I am of 14 years of age and want to become a better spriter/pixel artist mainly because I enjoy and appreciate art. I was mainly inspired by some members on these forums like Helm for his skill with palette and artwork, Ptoing, who is also very good with palette and art, Big Brother, who is very good with anatomy and life drawings, and more. There are very good pixel artist here who I know can help me, also Panda and Snake. (If your name is not included please don't take this as an offence)

I came here specifically to become a better pixel artist; I have been doing it for some time, so I am no beginner. I need help with a piece that is shown below mainly with AA and palette, shading if necessary. What I post or sprite is of what I like, respect that as I respect all of you.  :lol:

In the future I would like to receive hard comments and critique as that helps most. As for this I tried to go low colors and a nice smooth piece. I always practice the pixeling techniques but know that critique boosts your skill higher and you learn faster by it.

Here is the piece. Keep in mind that this is DB/DBZ/DBGT related, so the anatomy is supposed to look like what it is. (Lol, I not a fan boy if thatís what youíre thinking)

I think the AA looks bad because of the palette.

If an experienced pixel artist could help me I would much appreciate it. Thanks in advance and hello everyone!

Pixel Art / Re: Lineart Exchange. Because I only like doing half the work.
« on: September 21, 2006, 12:05:33 am »
I did'nt say anything about using them as the banner, and yea, you are probaly right, it just appeals to me, good, you are Helm, and know a hell of alot more than me. Im studying anatomy, but am still learning, and have alot more to learn. In my opinoin, they look decent.

Pixel Art / Re: Lineart Exchange. Because I only like doing half the work.
« on: September 20, 2006, 11:58:45 pm »
Officials drew them, it was from some martial arts site, showing examples of styles. They look awesome with the accurate positing and anatomy on muscles.

Pixel Art / Re: Lineart Exchange. Because I only like doing half the work.
« on: September 20, 2006, 08:58:07 pm »

Im really into Traditional Martial Arts, these may be a bit big, and YES they were traced, just for the use of others, dont flame me. I think they look awesome so I did these. Whoever wants to color/shade can do so.

We have the styles from Boxing, to Muay Thai, to Kung Fu, to Jeet Kun Do, and others, like Iron Fist. Just information. They may look a bit choppy, but will AA, it will look fine, smooth, ect cetera.


Left arm (our right) is kinda jagged, but I coukd'nt get it right.

eh, hehe i dont like lieng or tracing i did'nt really want any problems i just wanted to see if anyone likes em or w.e anyways i had Refrence and i try to be accurate to the lines and spend alot of time on them.

Here are the Links to the refrence:

Mario: here

Megaman: here

MegamanX: here

SS4 Goku: here

hehe i hope not to get any problems or just continue the topic without spam.
sorry if anyone disagrees

Er pretty Old But here-

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