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Re: a beginner's graphics

Reply #20 on: November 08, 2005, 09:06:03 pm
heres something new i made....and just so you know, i am just starting this kind of art, i cant draw to save my life but ive been doing other graphics for a while. if you dont like it then its your fault, this is what i like and what i plan to stick with

img was here..

This kitchen is almost identical to a kitchen scene created by RhysD for use in a tutorial:

http://www.19.5degs.com/element/837.php#Isometric+Pixel+Art%2C+Complete+Guide%3A+Chapter+6

http://www.19.5degs.com/nf/images/832/kitchenINT_7.gif

Please explain yourself.

I'm suprised no one else mentioned it does look similer but not an exact copy (Well no selout on anything floor is different and chairs are round) but the layout of it is pretty much the same

Then again.. people really shouldent post art made by tutorials anyway ( in my opinion anyway)

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Re: a beginner's graphics

Reply #21 on: November 08, 2005, 09:21:28 pm
ok i will explain myself...those that i posted earlier including the kitchen were indeed from tutorials, like i stated in my first post. I missed the kitchen one, but my previous images were (yet again) from tutorials. From now on that i have the basics down, i will be doing all original work.

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From now on, please post ALL ORIGINAL work for critique, however.

which is exactly what i plan on doing.