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Pixel Art / Re: New RPG Sprite : The Archer
« on: August 20, 2006, 08:38:38 pm »
The side profiles look as though they're leaning back, especially compared with the other views.

Pixel Art / Re: Pirate |Work In Progress|
« on: August 03, 2006, 08:03:42 pm »
Well you need a few new books on it. Maybe a Burne Hogarth one.

Helm's advice on going back to fundimentals is sound by the way, even if you don't think so now you soon will.


First gripe is the amount of time it took the get the game started, I'd almost lost interest before I even started. Giving the option of being able to either skip or move onto the next page at the start would be better.

Once I'd got to the drawing stage I had very little idea on how it worked, the controls were covered at the start but there was nothing regarding the drawing part. Not eveyone is going to work it out straight away or after a few goes and I believe this is were most of the people who play it will lose complete interest in the game. I think having to cheat your way through kinda ruins it though, some explaination on how the drawing thing works is needed that's for sure.

Other than that and some pointless zooming features it was pretty decent, but I'd fix the typo right at the start "good Morking" or something.

This reminds of when CDI who blatently ripped work and claimed it as his own. Ironically he too said that everyone was rude to him and made a post very similar to this.

It seems you obviously have no idea what a rude forum is like, perhaps you should join the STEAM forums and slate Counterstrike, then you'd understand how diplomatic this forum really is.

This forum doesn't give me the impression it's here to simply praise people, you sound like you need to realise what this forum is about. You'll understand one day that producing work simply to praise a small selection of people just isn't the way to go to becoming a talented artist. Perhaps you should move away from copying artwork of others and try drawing something of your own, just don't expect everything you do to be praise worthy portfolio material first time round, it takes time.

Anyway I'm rambling, it's back to lurking for me.

Pixel Art / Re: Stout the destroyer
« on: July 07, 2006, 10:09:36 pm »
Have you tried messing with the loincloth so it doesn't look perfectly straight at the bottom?

Archived Activities / Re: Next Commercial Critique (July) Suggestions
« on: July 07, 2006, 10:04:19 pm »
I'd like to see Earthworth Jim aswell, I didn't play it much either but when I did I just remember loving it's animations more than anything else.

Pixel Art / Re: Les Bleus
« on: July 06, 2006, 02:37:59 pm »
I think you should do one where they're giving Ronaldo a damn good kicking.

Pixel Art / Re: Onaga in my own pixel art comic
« on: July 05, 2006, 10:48:55 pm »
Are you saving these images in GIF format though MSPaint by any chance?

Pixel Art / Re: A Robotic Armed Person? *Updated*
« on: June 29, 2006, 06:28:45 pm »
Considering he didn't add any colours I'd say that is one hell of an edit and certainly does fix a lot of the issues.

I'd study this one hard if I was you iEmo.

Pixel Art / Re: T2 Duel (finished)
« on: June 26, 2006, 07:53:50 pm »
This is nice work, I've enjoyed watching this one progress.

One thing that I reckon would improve this though is moving the characters away from the wall and making them more central on the floor, especially Arny as he looks a little bit weird that close to the wall in that position.

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