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It's Pixel Time!

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I'm having a ton of fun playing around with pixels so I performed a pixelification of an Adventure Time wallpaper :D

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Look at that SUUPER LONG high five though, Nice

guys Love Undertale madness, and then look at my art undertale and madness

Iv'e been putting this on my desktop for a long while before i noticed Jake's arm is cut off when it gets behind the treehouse and missing a part
aside from that its really great though :P

TinyStuffz responds:

Good spotting! I don't know how I missed that! Here's a fixed version if you'd like it :) http://www.newgrounds.com/dump/item/9d4888d093bbefbbec2e6bc4cdf6208b

i'm speechless... although, some elements seem a little lost in the picture, they're hard to focus on, in my opinion. The trees have a good outline, but the rest is a little blurry. Meh. I guess you can only do so much with pixel art. I face the same struggle sometimes. Depending on the resolution, the detail, you're wondering "outline, or no outline"
. That was my 2 cents.... Other than that, I think there's not better adaptation of Adventure Time than Pixel graphics. It's perfect!

Butterscotch, yo!

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TinyStuffz
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Sep 12, 2014
10:10 AM EDT
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