I'm no longer shitty at pixel art.
I agree that it's not shitty, but you still have a long way to go. I suggest you rise the contrast and start practicing anti-aliasing. Pixel art also doesn't need to be this big. Pixels gets bigger role and retrophilic passion the smaller you go.
I was going to add more details and make the picture a bit less messy, but then I got lazy and found the picture was good as it is.
Plugged in my tablet again, here's the result
Not sure if good, or I should quit.
[i]Looks like these guys have been...[/i]
Started this 30 minutes or so ago.
Character concept from my game project.
Character concept from my game project.[/QUOTE]
Cyberpunk chicken prostitute ?
I can't believe this took me about an hour to draw.
[QUOTE=Ganerumo;36119245]Cyberpunk chicken prostitute ?[/QUOTE]
Not a half bad guess, better than seeing some Iggy Pop in there.
It's a necromancer in a cave.
Resized because it's really huge:
Why was I so ambitious yesterday? How am I even going to start detailing this?
I read that I'm supposed to use like browns and duller colours to avoid making it look like a rainbow wolf, but how do I make a glass building without all these saturated blues?
blue dued is looking good
Didn't put full time into these, doing them at a rate so my friends won't be bored. I plan to get to a skill level where I can easily draw everything with the detail shown in my previous post quickly.
This is moves 1-8 (they're on 9, and debating to eat his hands or jugular). With move 9 complete, I'm moving up to a larger scale to add more detail.
I don't draw too often.
My art professor is setting up a 12-hour musical concert with a bunch of different performances next month, he had me draw him up an image for him to put on the poster for it. In return he gave me a really cool painting of Bob Dylan he did.
Here's the drawing I did anyway.
So I'm switching from windows 7 paint to paint.net, and it's a bit weird. Is it possible to fiddle with some settings to mimic windows 7 paint? If possible I'd like to limit the zoom level, enable a grid, change the pattern of the pixel grid so it's always a series of horizontal and vertical lines(not that organizer friendly/not-eye friendly grid).
Work in Progress
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