Pixel Art Challenge: Casting Shadows

Challenge winner vierbit challenges you to pixel a scene which features objects casting shadows. The scene can depict anything; humans, animals, cars, trees, geometric forms etc... as long as the focus is on shadows and shadow play.

some examples:

Colors - exactly 8
Transparency - No
Canvas Size - exactly 150x150
Animation - allowed but not necessary.

The challenge thread will have all the challenge updates. The thread is also a great place to post your WIPs.

Posted by pixelblink @ 12/1/2008 00:08  |    9


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pixelblink (Level 9 Federal Agent) @ 12/3/2008 22:46
iso shadow? what the heck is the difference except for the angle? why would you need 4 colours for the shadow alone? Think outside the box, man!

TheFox (Level 1 Seaman) @ 12/3/2008 22:35
If it is an iso shadow, I would use four colors in order for it to fade away x.x

Raytheon (Level 5 Lieutenant) @ 12/3/2008 22:23
a shadow taking 4 colors???


pain (Level 9 Nidan) @ 12/2/2008 07:30
nice one :D ... hope i'll manage my time to contribute :D ....

heyy13 (Level 3 Private Eye) @ 12/2/2008 00:49
Or it could be big scary critters casting little meek shadow. ;D

TheFox (Level 1 Seaman) @ 12/1/2008 20:33
Wow, 8 colors, a normal shadow takes up 3 to 4. This one is tough.

Raytheon (Level 5 Lieutenant) @ 12/1/2008 16:41
Typical cliche small thing casting large scary shadows scene???

TheManuz (Level 5 Killer Klown) @ 12/1/2008 11:43
Mhhhh... only 8 colors? Interesting challenge...

matthewcosta (Level 5 Captain) @ 12/1/2008 07:27
I hate engaging other members in proper conversation using correct grammar and punctuation.

(edited by PB. Grow up!)

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