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Two White Doors

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Just more practice on Pixel Art, working on a new game hopefully coming for Pixel Day next month.

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Screw previous poster. I'm a guy that's delved in pixel art before, have played many retro games, and I can say for a fact this is pretty fitting stuff.

Depending on the situation, doing some diagonal or vertical shading (maybe on a case by case basis) would go great with the current levels of small shading, but past that it's good to go and then some.

RealFaction responds:

Yeah he's given me bad reviews before, so I don't take him seriously. Still pisses me off a little. Thanks. I've only been doing pixel art for 2 months too. :)

The sprite on the right has a broken perspective... also, don't put sketches on the art portal.
The actual sprite on the left, is a bit wide for a door and would be a bit of a pain to open with a door handle that large.
The shading in the door bumbs is a bit weird.
Another thing, the door needs from thickness.

RealFaction responds:

This really isn't a sketch. I have seen games with doors that large and handles that big. Plus, I blew it up just for newgrounds, this is going to be smaller, shrunk down, you know...

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Dec 18, 2015
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