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3.81 / 5.00

Pixel Art
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559 x 814 px
35.3 kb
  • Frontpaged December 2, 2012

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Author Comments

ive been using a lot of MS paint lately, so i decided to start detailing in it after so long and this is what happened



Rated 5 / 5 stars Dec 9, 2012

The colors are cute :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars Dec 2, 2012

Sexy picture, could you make one as a wallpaper?


Rated 5 / 5 stars Dec 4, 2012

Gotta give you props man.

It just goes to show that you don't need a hot art program to make fine art.

You just need the desire to create.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars Dec 27, 2012

Based on the style, choice of medium, and detail, this seems more like an esoteric attempt, and it is very forced and somewhat stilted. Still, I like the movement within the figure, and I like the green.

Every piece of art has a meaning, and I suppose that this could be a sort of natural spirit condemning humans for the pollution/rape of nature, to the proverbial point of no return (or otherwise an environmental and naturalist essay depicting the ever-growing dialectic of man versus nature); however, I doubt the OP thought this far ahead. It seems like the esotericism stems from the artist, and not the art itself. A deeper meaning could be pushed or developed (for example, green and orange would contrast quite nicely, going back to what I said. Also, the implementation of the proverb sounds more like a saw--get it? [saw has more than one definition]), but, it would be quite futile in such an environment (which is a commentary on NG, rather than your talent).

Still, it is a quaint little piece, which still has the mystery and emotion that deserve praise.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Dec 25, 2012

That is awesome... I like the clouds, somewhat reminds me of the ones from some of the older Mario games.