An Abstract Birth
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An Abstract Birth

Author Comments

I dwell in place reserved for sleepless eyes.

Thanks for the frontpage! =]

Reviews


what do i like about this? the eyes screams. the two grave men, the bird in the egg shape perhaps reresentational of the birth of something? but the skull underneath the bird, clearly expressing the full life cycle coming to beginning and returning to completion. i feel the colors bring an energy transmuted thru the middle of this as well



This is a great picture because it really accomplishes what it sets out to do. I especially appreciate how everything's done with sprites. I really don't see them that more here. I just noticed how there's a rainbow going across the thing, whatever it is. It looks like there's blood or something going onto the crystal ball. I like how the two figures are quite different.

One appears to be grumpy while the other appears to be just frail. It could have perhaps used more of a background, though. It's still a great picture because it makes you wonder where the eyes come from. In fact, everything here seems to be suspended in a random manner.



Tremendous!

This is wonderful! So much emotion through so little pixels. I love everything about it. Great job!



Captain!!

Your pixel art is incredible.
Ive enjoyed all of your pieces so far...failed to review all of them.

But still!
So awesome.



I DON'T UNDERSTAND!

But it's so... GOOD!


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Credits & Info

Carrion
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Views
19,160
Score
4.31 / 5.00

Uploaded
Nov 23, 2011 | 8:25 PM EST
Category
Pixel Art
File Info
324 x 1118 px
PNG
54.8 kb
Tags
captain
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carrion
vexons

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