Pixelled on Amiga DPaintIII in 1992 from a postcard. Postcard sky was mainly green, but converted to red pallette in 1993.
So beautiful *.*
This is a great colour pallette and the use of light and dark colours in this piece is well proportioned.
Awesome. This looks like it can be for the recent weekly challenge ^.^
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I really was just relating the two terms...I've seen Filax's work after all...
Wow this is quite an art piece
Thx jagged eghost counted only 16 cols, which I think is how many it had originally - might have more now that it's been though a conversion from IFF to jpeg to GIF - although I've not modified the image pixels.
I only found out about pixeljoint earlier today and I'm really impressed by it. I was going to set up my own site for pixel GFX. I had no idea that there was such a following of this sort of art; the art that I had the privelidge to dabble in back in the day before the 3D revolution. I'm also well impressed that there are so many younger people who have a passion for pixel-art. Bring-on the anti-3D revolution!
>Eghost: Trust me, Filax knows what dithering is :p
I just saw Filax's stuff - nice use of dithering (Stippling as I remember it).
Yea - it should be 16 cols, but uses a 32 col pallette - I never bothered converting to 16 in dpaint. Stippling - yea that's what we called it in the games industry in the early 90s - probably called something else in these days of 3D nastiness. Thanks for comments guys
Though I'm thinking the color count is off, since by my count it's at 16...That or I need a new pair of eyes...
No that's ok. It took me ages to do the stippling. My biggest problem is there's perhaps too much stippling.