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Date
05/18/2010
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Pixel Art
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Requested by Kinseirenaen- err, Kinsei01

To grasp the basics, you can try creating these different objects:
A crate,
a store,
an observatory,
a glass,
the inside of a house,
an animal (dog, cow, horse, cat, chicken)
a person

Remember, pixeling is a slow and painful progress, making one building can take several days to get it just right. Organic things are much harder to do than mechanical things in my opinion. Mechanical things have straight angles and perfectly round shapes, organic shapes have a more irregular form ...

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jelloman51jelloman51

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars Feb 2, 2011

Its ok...

But you broke many rules such as, on the two orange blocks you have a line of three on the bottom instead of two...


Havegum responds:

Yes, I like it when the cube is symmetrical, so I tend to use three pixels at the bottom. Making three pixels instead of two at the bottom also gives the cube smoother corners. which I find to be a good thing.


mentmentboymentmentboy

Rated 4 / 5 stars Jun 20, 2010

Simple enough for beginners

Havegum, you have created a simple pixel art tutorial. It is quite good for beginners who are starting out. You could also touch on the shading colours more, and mistakes to avoid for beginners like pillow shading. I hope you understand why I did not give a perfect ten, for a perfect ten, would be close to impossible, as the work should be perfect.
I hope to see more of your tutorials!