AuthorTopic: Hyperrealism in pixel art and its applications to the contemporary design scene.  (Read 6788 times)

Offline rougewisp

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I realize double posting isn't in the best of web etiquette, but I figure it's been two days and I've made a fair amount of edits.

This is where I am with it right now:


Dithering is more difficult than I had initially thought.
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I wouldn't start dithering until you've fixed all the flaws with the character.

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Well, I hate to sound like a dick (and be a thread necromancer), but wouldn't I have fixed them if I had recognized them to begin with?
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well, the feet still confuse me..alot, and this guy is alot bigger than I had assumed O.O.. I like the fire and the barrel, but the feet jsut completely confuse me..
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I'm not going to pretend this is a small task either; certainly none of us here can claim to have accomplished it.  it's the realm of masters.  still, it's what we all have to try for.