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Portfolios / Re: Angus Doolan- Artist, Animator
« on: October 23, 2022, 12:31:50 am »
Looking for short term work again feel free to e-mail me!

General Discussion / Re: Pixelation's Future
« on: October 23, 2022, 12:30:38 am »
So long Pixelation you will be missed :(

Portfolios / Re: Angus Doolan- Artist, Animator
« on: January 03, 2022, 10:34:25 pm »
I just finished up on a big game project (check out Unpacking!) And I'm looking for new work  ;D

General Discussion / Re: Looking for colorcube thread
« on: October 31, 2019, 12:46:37 am »
I did find that! It's helpful but specifically there's a method of drawing grey stripes/boxes of different values in photoshop on the rgb channel layers. Just gives you a little more control than surt's generator.

Edit: Actually it occurs to me I can just tell them to dump one of the generated palettes into photoshop and look at the channel layers to understand what's going on :)

General Discussion / Looking for colorcube thread
« on: October 30, 2019, 10:56:43 pm »
I've done a bit of a search but I can only find some related topics. Does anyone recall in what thread someone (ptoing or surt maybe?) broke down how to build a colourcube in photoshop? I want to forward it through to someone. If not I'll just put together my own image  ;D

Pixel Art / Re: Promo shots of characters for my next project
« on: June 12, 2019, 05:54:44 am »
This is a really cool looking character ;D The pose is really interesting and I'm enjoying the perspective!

I think a big issue you're having here is with colours and contrast. The gloved hand is getting pretty lost in the dark pants and the hair feels like it needs some shading compared to the rest of the drawing.

I'd put a little more time into the hair to really sell the feeling of it floating, take a look at some shots of people with long hair underwater for inspiration. The strands you've got here are all really thin, it doesn't feel like it's clumping together in the way that hair does.

And last thing I'm not sure what those white shapes at the tip of the cape are but they're not reading like anything to me.

Overall I think with a bit more time for a detailed cleanup pass this will turn out great  ;D

Pixel Art / Re: run cycle animation
« on: June 11, 2019, 07:52:26 am »
The animation is looking really nice and smooth! Great work ;D

My primary concern would be that it looks more like a power walk than a run. If you're wanting it to feel more like a run the defining difference is with a run you should have at least 1 frame per step with both feet off the ground.

The other thing I'd urge you to think about is timing. Right now the timing is fairly even, there's a similar amount of space between the feet/hands on every frame. If you want to get it looking a bit more punchy think about playing with a pendulum type timing where the hands and feet spend most of their time at the extremes and quickly pass through the middle.

Keep it up  :y:

Welcome to the forum ;D

Definitely post some art! I can't think of any inherent reason why a messier style would be a problem, if it is more aesthetically pleasing then go for it. I could potentially see that it would be harder for other artists to match your work if the only technique you're using is "I don't quite finish it." That may not be an issue depending on the scale of the project but you say you have an animator already so I think it's worth discussing with them whether what you're doing really constitutes a technique/style that can be codified.

I would be asking myself what the disconnect is between the messier and cleaner styles and why one is coming off better, this kind of thing should be an active choice for the direction you want to take your game in rather than a concession because you can't achieve what you're setting out to do.

A lot of the focus on very clean pixels around pixel art communities is a bit of a layover from years past where many pixel artists were trying to train up to be able to work on big productions. In the indie gaming era there's a lot more room for forging your own path. Though I would suggest that learning and choosing to not do is better than not knowing how.

Post some stuff and maybe we can help you to figure it out  ;)

I can definitely vouch for Andreas and say that this is an exciting project! If you're interested in doing large form pixel art you'll have heaps of creative freedom and fair compensation ;D

Pixel Art / Re: Light Elemental Boss
« on: March 02, 2019, 06:04:58 am »
Finally got around to working on this again, it's only been 7 months :crazy:

Sorry for the very slow implementation but your edit helped massively pistachio, thanks again!

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