Pixel Art Challenge: No More Room In Hell


With George A. Romero passing away recently we have not only lost a man who wore scuba goggles as glasses, but also one of the inventors of the zombie genre. His first 3 films featuring "Of The Dead" in the title are considered to be horror classics.

In order to pay some tribute reimagine one of your favourite characters from a movie, series or game as a drooling zombie.

Canvas Size - Max. 150x150.
Colors - Max. 16.
Transparency - Optional.
Animation - Optional.

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

Posted by Mandrill @ 7/31/2017 05:41  |    8


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Roderick175 (Level 1 Rookie) @ 8/2/2017 22:00

Cool cool ganna look out for this

Mandrill (Level 8 Partner) @ 8/1/2017 08:32

No worries, Dex. Yeah, that one was quite different.

DexRunner (Level 6 SWAT) @ 8/1/2017 07:12

Okay, thanks!  I wanted to be sure because of how the chess set contest was a little different in its requirements being specific to individual sprites and not necessarily the canvas as a whole being restricted.

Mandrill (Level 8 Partner) @ 8/1/2017 03:41

Your canvas can be smaller but not larger than 150x150. The way you want to present the character is totally up to your creativity. A portrait, a scene or even a tiny 32x32 sprite anything goes.

DexRunner (Level 6 SWAT) @ 7/31/2017 22:39

Is the whole canvas expected to be 150x150 or does that mean that each specific character has to be confined to 150x150?

ParkerBabyDiaperCompany (Level 4 Team Leader) @ 7/31/2017 11:43

Mandrill (Level 8 Partner) @ 7/31/2017 08:02

No, the zombie doesn't have to drool in your piece!

eishiya (Level 5 Detective) @ 7/31/2017 07:09

Is the "drooling" part literal?

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