Pixel Art Challenge: 3 Steps to become animals


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This challenge comes from 1-2-3 Dance! winner Yuanhai. Remember, if you win a challenge you get to pick a future challenge if you message a moderator, but even if you're not a winner and just have a cool idea we'll gladly take it in consideration!

Divide your canvas horizontally into four equal parts.
Draw a fruit or vegetable on the first section.
Draw an animal in the last section.
In the second and third section you draw the transition process between fruit and animal.
That is, turn your fruit or vegetables into animals in 3 steps!

Canvas: Max 100 x 100 per section. That means final art max 400 x 100.
Colors: Max 8
Transparency: Optional
Animation: No



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

Posted by Hapiel @ 1/17/2022 01:43  |    6

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Amazonite (Level 3 Private Eye) @ 1/22/2022 01:01

Hi all, look out for my artwork soon! I will be entering this competition.


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Amorph (Level 4 Sea Turtle) @ 1/17/2022 10:31

Great and creative idea!


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king_bobston (Level 10 Capo) @ 1/17/2022 06:55

Looking forward to some kiwis!


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vrine (Level 8 Megalodon) @ 1/17/2022 04:51

Amazing, I love this idea yuanhai!


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QueenKami (Level 6 Centaur) @ 1/17/2022 02:40

Oh my lord this one is amazing, I can't wait to try it out lol


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yuanhai (Level 7 Cuttlefish) @ 1/17/2022 01:55

I thought this challenge would be released a little later, maybe January 24th or 31st. But no matter what, I'm going to participate.


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