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Pixel Art / Re: Pixel dump + Intro
« on: September 15, 2008, 04:45:44 am »
Nice stuff. Though on the girl there it seems like her skin is a bit too dark, and that her boobs also bounce far too much during her 'idle' stance. They actually move more there then they do in the other animations. Or atleast, that seems to be the case.

Pixel Art / Re: [WIP] Girl
« on: September 15, 2008, 04:36:28 am »
Its looking great though the torso could use a few alterations. As is, the breasts are a little bit too big and flat. It looks like they're resting on something and at the same time pressed against something, so unless you intend on putting the arms beneath and ontop of the breasts I'd suggest rounding them out a bit more and creating a little more space in-between them and other body parts such as the arm. The upper torso (just beneath the breasts and onward) should be raised and moved to the left, as the current position makes any 'curve' seem nonexistant and also makes the (our) right thigh seem to be awkwardly short compared to both her other one and her the rest of her legs in general.

Something a bit closer to this, though not neccesarily having to conform to the waist and breast sizes I've implemented.

Though pushing her a little further back wouldn't neccesarily be a bad thing.

Personally, I'd also add a bit more curvature to the limbs and legs to help accentuate her body; that is to say slimming down things like ankles and wrists slightly.

Pixel Art / Re: {WIP}FPS Can
« on: September 15, 2008, 12:52:09 am »
Thats much better, though the lack of and shading on the other side of the hand is a little strange. Might I suggest adding a few light spots there?

Also, I'm not sure if this part is still wip or what, but I'd suggest reshading the can - add a bit more contrast too it, specifically. Also maybe tint the dark greys with a hint of blue or another shade, perhaps some hints of skin tone (to give it somewhat of a more reflective look). Either way I'd suggest not using neutral gray, particularly in combination with actual colors.

General Discussion / Re: Official Off-Topic Thread
« on: September 14, 2008, 06:22:25 pm »
On the hue test I got 4, all errors in the blue-teal/teal- area. |:

Favorite movies;
Snakes on a Plane, Army of Darkness, Ghost in the Shell, Stargate, Princess Mononoke, Little Miss Sunshine and various others that at the moment I honestly can't recall.

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