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The link to the zip is dead, could it be rehosted? I'd like a copy of the hi-res files :)

Looking forward to the final shots when the buildings finished. Thank you Bloodfart :)

Still needing higher resolution versions of the 3 chosen artworks? Double resolution just isn't it? Hadn't been back to this topic in a week or so, sorry about that and many thanks for the interest in my penguin piece, quite honoured :)

I recolored my penguin one using the new tile colors (much prettier palette!), both of the below are at the new resolution (4:1 ratio on pixels or 2x), one uses more detail, the other keeps the blockier look from the original sized piece. You didn't say how much you had cropped it by previously so I'll leave that one to you again bloodfart. Auto-printing the tilesets sounds genious, is it expensive to do?


Here's my contribution, for Bathroom 4-Q, Bathroom 1-B and Bathroom 1-A respectively.

Pixel Art / Re: Zomby
« on: June 11, 2011, 09:18:34 am »
More changes to the palette, cleaning up, re-doing the lighting, adding a color , more emphasis on the reds, fixing the awkward hand and such.

The brightest red might be too saturated, Ill try adding a color and using separate highlights for blood and trousers for the next update

Pixel Art / Re: Zomby
« on: June 08, 2011, 08:42:06 pm »
Woah thanks for that awesome crit, - I'm going to redo the animation and fix the core movement rather than build on a bad foundation now. I like how using the blood colors worked on the trousers too, palette fixing and light source issues on my list too. That hand has been gradually coming round to a natural position, I see what you mean though - not there yet! Right - off to work just wanted to thank you first for that effort!

Pixel Art / Re: Zomby
« on: June 07, 2011, 11:36:07 am »
My palette tweaks will be pumping the pink/red tones and desaturating and lightening the skin tones a bit, similar but not as dramatic as your overhaul there. I'm going for a not-so-dark cartoony style though, your version loses a lot of that I think, not keen on the dithering there but the face definitely has better lighting - thanks for the edit and ideas!

Pixel Art / Re: Zomby
« on: June 06, 2011, 08:03:13 pm »
No need to be sorry it's all relevant, especially with the hassle Fireworks has bin shooting off at me when trying to alter my palette.

I've added more frames, cleaned the hand, tweaked to give some belly flop and the like.

The movement is smoother but the legs especially don't radiate the stumble/shuffling I'd wanted so I could do more work on them. I know how I want to modify the palette too, just a matter of saving it that way now without Fireworks shuffling my palette :)

Pixel Art / Re: climbing
« on: June 06, 2011, 05:16:48 pm »
I don't think so, look at the hips and shoulders, or the green torso area in general, it never moves its whole self, shift the whole torso down as weight falls on it and up as the man stretches up for the next grapple by moving that whole green area :)

Pixel Art / Re: Zomby
« on: May 28, 2011, 09:54:44 am »
Pixen has some nice features but constant frequent crashing makes it unusable for me, more importantly for me though was that with every save the images lost color information and the image/s become more and more desaturated.

Pixel Art / Re: Zomby
« on: May 26, 2011, 02:38:39 pm »
Yeah I've used pShop before to animate, thanks for the tips, time for me to get used to it again now!

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