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Pixel Art / Re: Iso Fun? Oh, boy....
« on: May 17, 2007, 04:57:33 am »
Its great to get quick responses! =D

Thanks JWW, I knew something was off about the angle, just couldn't figure out exactly what it was, will have an edit in a few. Your edit cleared up alot for me. :)


Working on it, still the view is off a bit.

Pixel Art / Iso Fun? Oh, boy....
« on: May 17, 2007, 04:42:44 am »
Tried it. Loved it.  :D Iso art is incredibly fun and just looks so amazing once you've done someting decently worthwhile. So I figured I'd try to make an isometric sprite...wrong! My outline looks a bit weird and I was wondering if I was on the right pathway towards getting that isometric look and feel?

Alot of inspiration for the standing position came from Adarias sprites for Partisans.

General Discussion / Somewhat Bored...
« on: May 16, 2007, 11:46:01 pm »
Hey, fellas. I've just been a bit bored lately with nothing to work on or anything like that...soooo...I was wondering if anyone wanted to work on like a small game project or something with me for the fun of it, as I've had absolutely nothing to do lately and just alot of time.  :D It would be good for experience and entertainment I suppose.

So you know, if you want to work on something just contact me through a pm or something.

Pixel Art / Re: Stan's Dump Of Many Things Which Need Crits
« on: May 16, 2007, 05:55:40 am »
Ok, got the complete version of the sprite up and done.

Tell me what you think:

What can I say, I was interested. Can't knock me for trying! Here:

General Discussion / Re: Isometric Art?
« on: May 16, 2007, 04:00:44 am »
Ah, no offense taken Adarias. I appreciate your insight as you seem to be quite experienced with the isometric view of gameplay and pixeling. It's not that I really wanted to hop headlong into it just yet, just had a few questions and things to ask.

Pixel Art / Re: [WIP]Fire Ball and Rock Man!
« on: May 16, 2007, 12:53:17 am »
I'm liking how the stone part is looking and coming out, just make sure to give it a rough texture afterwards. I'd also suggest some nice hue shifts here and there.

The fireball, I think the major thing you should focus on is to make it so that the after flames termination isn't so square but a bit more freely moving.

Pixel Art / Re: Stan's Dump Of Many Things Which Need Crits
« on: May 15, 2007, 07:09:41 pm »

Come save with updates!

Adarias: I believe I addressed the neck, and ear issue. But the balance and ( I believe ) stiffness is still bothering me somewhat.

E: Feel a bit more easy about the balance now, moved the entire waist one pixel to the right.

E: I've got to stop.  :D

Now, I believe I've really addressed the stiffness issue Adarias was talking about earlier.

E: I promise I'll stop massive updating!  :'(

E: Face remake of sorts, gave the hair an outline, but the body is suffering some. So I shall rework that as well!

E: Completion I believe!

E: Grah, moved the head to the right one pixel to even it out some and make the view less odd.

E: Small update: Moved the waistline up some to make it a bit more in proportions.

Pixel Art / Re: Stan's Dump Of Many Things Which Need Crits
« on: May 15, 2007, 05:31:02 pm »
Currently at school, but I understand what you're saying adam. It just seems difficult to fit shading and detail into such a small piece. I'm really unhappy with the outline is general, it just seems sloppy.

Pixel Art / Re: Stan's Dump Of Many Things Which Need Crits
« on: May 15, 2007, 03:37:05 am »
Argh, this must be the 100th time I've tried spriting yet, but it's a well used thing in pixeling world, and something I'd like to master. I figured starting of small with little rpg sprites would be my best bet as a beginner. I just can't get the hang of it. So after reading a tutorial for rpg sprites and a few others on I've come to this dreaded thing.

Do what you will verbally with it. Would be greatly appreciated.

General Discussion / Re: Isometric Art?
« on: May 15, 2007, 01:36:11 am »
Well, as far as relevancy I just wanted to learn as much as possible and that's been bugging me seriously for a while now. Other than that I looked up some things on concerning ratios for isometric and it looks wonderful.

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