Challenge Voting: Show Yo Emoness


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It's time to head on over to the forum and vote for the latest pixel art challenge: Show Yo Emoness.

VOTE NOW!

Posted by cure @ 10/13/2008 00:02  |    6

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skeddles (Level 11 Psychopath) @ 10/19/2008 13:29
Well you should vote for a combination of good pixeling, a good idea, and if they followed the rules, not just the first ones that stand out.

imo

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cure (Level 11 Godfather) @ 10/15/2008 11:14
All a matter of opinion.  I personally thought Pixelaro's was good on more than a technical level, as he actually complied to the rules, and I felt he best captured an emotion without the blatant "sad tear crying" approach.

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Raytheon (Level 5 Lieutenant) @ 10/14/2008 22:44
Its just i dont examine each piece generally, i pick the one that stands out as the better pixel


and i generally pick the winners (except when i voted for 2 of yours pieces and you decided to go and lose on me skeddles)

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fawful (Level 6 Yonkyu) @ 10/14/2008 13:22
Pixelaro's is not by far the best if you ask me,theres some good stuff in there.

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skeddles (Level 11 Psychopath) @ 10/13/2008 06:51
pixelaro's is mad small

plus, i think there are at least 7 pieces that I would give a vote =\
Don't just take 5 seconds to vote, you have to examine each piece. Especially on this challenge where the pieces are supposed to actually mean something.

PS: If you think mines about happiness, you phail.

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Raytheon (Level 5 Lieutenant) @ 10/13/2008 02:17
not that good of an outcome if you ask me


i think pixelaro has it in the bag again

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