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NESTALGIA

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Reinterpretations of orinal sprites and boxart from NES classic games. Hope you enjoy!

How many do you recognize?

Palette: 51 colors

© Nintendo

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I gave this a 5 star rating because this is considred a high quality pixel art with video game characters (our childhood heroes) mixed into one incredible pixelart.

OMG

Dude this is so good, i could look at your work all day!

Epic

I have been looking at your previous NES character drawings before this one, and I really love this one. I especially love the color palette you used! If you used brighter colors, then it wouldn't look half as good as it does now. 10/10 my friend.

Nice!

First off, good pun, "Nestalgia"

Looks much better enlarged, you can see the intended pixels much better. I also see you nailed the quintessential character references, and then some. You could totally add more.

I like.

There's no school like the old-school!

I can recognize all but the man/dino team T_T I won't give away any names, though- it would take the fun away for other viewers! All I can say is that this is a spectacular piece of work and a continuing showcase of your considerable talent. 10/10 and 5/5!

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JinnDEvil
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4.27 / 5.00

Uploaded
Jun 22, 2011
9:38 PM EDT
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Pixel Art
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978 x 602 px
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