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MY FIRST PA EVAR!!! ~JBlack

May 25th, 2009, 2:56 am

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Reply dep8730, May 25th, 2009, 3:14 am

can i join this comic? hum?

Reply true mercha, May 25th, 2009, 7:04 am

no


also, nice pixelart

Reply DnaMadness.exe, May 25th, 2009, 9:31 am

HUZZAAAAAHHH! Good show of PA-manship ol' bean! *Shot*

Reply Neociz, May 25th, 2009, 12:03 pm

I feel his hair/quills could be a bit neater, but none the less, good job. :3

Reply Dark Dragon X80, May 25th, 2009, 3:59 pm

You look like you lost 2 feet in the PA compared to your Shaq sized sprites...

Reply Evilagram, May 25th, 2009, 9:17 pm

Okay, big PROTIP here for everyone.

Pixelart is ANY TYPE OF ARTWORK MADE PIXEL BY PIXEL. Oekaki (drawn in MS paint, but not made pixel by pixel) is not pixel art. Sprites are. It doesn't matter what size it is, or whether it's a full picture or just one part of it. If it was made pixel by pixel, it is pixel art.

Sprites are any 2 dimensional computer image developed for the purpose of integration into a larger scene. Meaning that if you draw a character in photoshop on a transparent background, it is a sprite. Sprites can be of any size, and don't even need a transparent background. They do not need to be made pixel by pixel, they just need to be designed expressly so that they can be integrated into a larger scene or background.

Just a quick lesson for everyone, because I saw some confusion over this earlier. The thing posted at the top of the page is both pixel art, and a sprite.

And to answer the question in the picture, yes I really can believe that, it's nothing impressive. Get the folds in the clothing right next time.

Reply Evilagram, May 26th, 2009, 6:46 am

Um... Did you think that gives you a real excuse?
Cause it doesn't.

Calm down, don't freak out, learn how to draw folds in clothing.

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