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sylin city parliament cordially invite you to attend the second annual masquerade ball in order to stave off the dreariness of the season! refreshments will be provided, and formal attire is required. please leave your weaponry at home and dance the night away! ...however, this year not all is as it seems. it appears someone has placed a riddle on the back of the invitations. who-- or what-- could have done this, and why?
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I am not an artist, and don't claim myself to be one, but i tried some pixel art a few days ago just of some random character in my mind and came up with something like this. the shading is wonky and there's obviously some problems lol but for trying pixel art for the first time, i actually impressed myself. wanted to share this somewhere -u- all done with a mouse and took me forever
I’ve been practicing lately. My confidence in lineart is dropping, i cant seem to find a suitable brush for myself, or i cant just apply a good technique (hence the unfinished lineart. All these troubles are enhanced when im doing hair jshdnxj). Also i did try painting and the 2nd one was my most decent one, i need to study more for painting since i literally have no control yet, even on my color choices TT i need to study way way more theory due to my color blindness hfudhxushs. I downloaded a bunch of art style that i rly like and will study them in the future tho
My art is pretty hit or miss, and more often than not I end up binning a picture instead of soldiering on long enough to finish it But I've been stubbornly subjecting my thread mates to my own OC art for 6+ years now, and I'm finally feeling pretty good about this one
Drawn from reference because I accepted a long time ago I'm just bad at proportions and poses and that's okay because it turns out I'm not trying to reinvent the human form after all
i think i got better hang of shaping. shading is still pooperoni. i feel like i'm coloring something in instead of bringing it out.
Your pixel art is awesome man! I draw better pixel art when what I'm drawing is big, so I couldn't give you any tips on small chibi/sprite people, but I guess I can give you some advice on shading. (Not that I can tell from your images that you need tips. Your shading already looks great)
This kinda depends on what pixel art program your using, but if your using ones like mine, just use the color darkener and brighter! I just go to the place where I wan't some shading to be, darken 1 pixel till I reach the right level of shadow, and use color picker and color the entire area that needs to be shaded. You can also do the opposite for lightening some areas.
This is kinda obvious advice, but just in case ya need it, it's here.
Ok so, I found a folder in my garage that contained some art from when I was younger. This one is pretty bad, so don't judge my 11 or 12 year old self too hard. (If your wondering, yes, I was an adventure time fanboy. RIP my all time favorite cartoon.)
So, When I saw this, I decided to redraw it. Here's my recent redraw-
Another image I found in the folder. I'm pretty sure this is from years later, because the jump in artistic skill is massive. I honestly have no idea how I drew this. I suspect foul play.