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4.20 / 5.00

Uploaded
Oct 18, 2015 | 9:31 PM EDT
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Illustration
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512 x 512 px
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66.2 kb
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temple
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A pixel-art version of the Salt Lake City Mormon Temple. The real deal took 40 years to build. The pixel version took I dunno, 40 minutes or so...

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kirs10kirs10

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Oh I love this! Yes, it did took 40 years to build :) and it's very beautiful here even though I haven't got here yet. Just add a little more detail, idk. But this is really beautiful :)



PTSquirrelPTSquirrel

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Yeah sure but why, its grand structure don't get me wrong, but why this why not say the Taj Mah Hall or some kinda Egyptian temple? Wouldn't have been more fun to make?
Decent pixel art looks kinda like a 16 bit castle in some kinda fantasy game.


JerrodStorm responds:

Good question! The Salt Lake temple means a lot to me personally, and to a lot of people, considering its historical significance. It's where my parents were married--it's their Taj Mahal, in a manner of speaking. And it's where I believe the principles and keys to Eternal life are taught, not so much in mummifications and Egyptian pyramids. I hope that helps give a little more context. I do plan on doing more pixel art in the future, and those are some good suggestions! Thanks for the review, by the way!