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2,157
Score
4.49 / 5.00

Date
01/10/2014
Category
Pixel Art
File Info
164 x 228 px
GIF
48.1 kb
Tags
pixel
flying
thing
pope

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Animated sprite I did, flying pope john paul.

Reviews


kkotskkots

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I find it impossible to follow the cloth animation. It's not smoothly animated (at least on the lower part of the robe).
Lacks a moving parallax background behind him.
The right hand and legs are not looking well when they're just slightly moving without any redrawing.
The upper part of the robe (where shoulders are) looks like it doesn't have shading, but there's this left hand under the robe which is supposed to make the robe more relief and drop a shadow.
And pope is flying to the left side of the screen, while the frontal part of his robe is leaning to the right, too? And the back of his robe is leaning to the left? Meaning he's flying downwards?
The part of the robe on the right hand is not leaning anywhere, it's just wiggling, so it makes it look like pope is flying right and left slightly. If pope was flying to the left, robe wouldn't even stay on his right hand, but would get blown off to the shoulder.

Should have used a reference!


spacefader responds:

Yeah it's a low frame rate animation, like 8 frames a second I think, so the animation isn't going to be smooth. Thanks for the advise but some of your recommendations dont take into account the stylistic economy of pixel art. But I appreciate your advise. Do you have some examples of your work I might be able to learn from?


LobocyferLobocyfer

Rated 5 / 5 stars

What has he got in the hand?


spacefader responds:

Its a scepter, the popes sometimes carry them.