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Jul 6, 2014 | 10:56 AM EDT
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Pixel Art
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1000 x 1000 px
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Made this for a my friend's profile picutre.
It's not much stuff, though. I haven't done any pixel art in a reeeeeallly long time.
Still gotta warm up and get back on track :DDD

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doublemaximusdoublemaximus

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Pixel art can be really tough! I am no good at it, but this looks great! Keep it up!


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CheeseCakeLOL responds:

Wait... Is that...? AWWWHH MY GOD IT'S DOUBLEMAXIMUS!
HOLY FUCKING SHIT! I'M A BIG FAN OF YOURS! <333
It's not tough at all! Just draw on a small canvas, then resize it with photoshop with "Nearest Neighbor Resampling"!


CommandantDoucheCommandantDouche

Rated 5 / 5 stars

That's just adorable, keep up practicing, it's rare to see an art style that stand out in pixel art.

What program did you used btw ?


CheeseCakeLOL responds:

Ah thanks!
I used PaintTool SAI, drew the whole thing on 100x100 pixels canvas.
Saved as .PSD and moved to Photoshop.
Image>Image Size> 1000x1000 pixels, and set resampling to "Nearest Neighbor (Preserve Hard Edges)".
That way, you can resize your tiny little pixels canvas to a huge massive canvas without losing any quality :D
But this method only works on Pixel art.