Tuesday, 13 August 2013

2 pieces I did a while ago

No clue why I did not post them before.
Though most people visiting here probably have seen them already.
 


Saturday, 29 December 2012

Manga Studio rocks!

Sketching in Manga Studio feels so nice, I need to use it more often!


Saturday, 22 December 2012

Likely the last pixels of this year.

A couple of pixels I finished more or less recently. 
Click to enlarge.


Sunday, 13 May 2012

The Scythian

A piece for the "Sworcery A/V Jam"

Also apologies for not updating here more.

Thursday, 14 July 2011

Sunday, 26 June 2011

Focus

New C64, playing with the screen orientation.
(To view it like this you would have to rotate the C64's monitor)

Sunday, 7 November 2010

4 colours are enough

There was a weekly challenge on PixelJoint in which the point was to make an image using 4 colours from the C64 palette.

I made two.

Progress Animation

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Progress Animation

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I enjoyed working with 4 colours and non square pixels so much (and it is fast) that I decided to do some more.


Progress Animation

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Progress Animation

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Super Punch Tarot Card

Some time ago I was asked by John Struan of Super Punch if I wanted to participate in a Tarot Project. Of course I did, but it took me a bit longer to finish my card due to personal struggles.

Anyway, here it is.


I used Manga Studio for the lineart and I can only recommend it to 
all artists out there who do a lot of linebased works and/or comics.

More pixels still

I have not posted in recent weeks because I was quite busy,
tho I did manage to squeeze out some pixelart in between.


Wednesday, 11 August 2010

Bunch of new pixels

First a cover I did for a friends web album.
It is not released yet, but you can check out the original album
(as in non-remixes) here.
The cover of that one was made by Lackey.


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Next some more faces.
For these I asked ilkke to make me an 8 colour palette.
He provided me a really nice one (tho I tweaked 2 colours a bit)

 

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And a little Yus Bird made in Gameboy Color restrictions.
8 palettes with 4 colours each, for those interested :)