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Thread: Pixel Castle

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    Pixel Castle

    Wow! [b]I didnt do this, but i saw it at devant art and thought that witht he battle going on that i should post it.

    Mike
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    wow....if kit puts her ruins up against something like this i think she will get creamed....unless its some REALLY rEALLy good ruins....

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    RenaissanceGirl's Avatar
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    I opened it in Photoshop and zoomed in - it doesn't look like pixel art.
    Rengirl

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    When the dude published it could have changed a bit...

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    Ren i am going by what he said at Devaint Art.
    Mike
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    RenaissanceGirl's Avatar
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    I am Jack's wasted life.
    I can tell just by looking at it - I can't distinguish any hard-drawn pixels; it just looks like a regular raster image. In any case, it's possible that while he was saving it, he didn't optimize it correctly and so the image got "mushed." In any case, it does look neat...
    Rengirl

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    Unless it was drawn larger and then reduced.

    Then it would look like a traditional raster

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    cool! I love the trees! Very good!

    Member #1 of the "Don't message me your flash questions" cult

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    Yeh it is very nice but I agree I dont think its pixel art. Cool though

    Talking of this, how is everyones battle entry going?

    - Soul

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    Guig0's Avatar
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    back from hell

    It is a Pixel art

    I can tell.

    It was, at least. then it got reduced and the pixels got mixed...

    just look at the scroll in the top-right corner to see that the image was size reduced, and the color variations on the land and trees to note that this was pixel by pixel colorized.

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