My tribute to Steve Jobs.
oh, and thanks to CELS for encouragement to keep working on this.
Thanks, glad you like it.
amazing piece. i really love it.
vcvkvlj I love this
I thought you were implying that ptoing already does some kind of pixel art-inspired knitting and I almost fell off my chair.
Oh no, you need to talk to ptoing. You guys might start a sweet new club.
POWER TO THE INTERNATIONAL PIXEL KNITTERS!
Weeellll, I'm looking into learning how to knit so that I can potentially make bizarre pixel art sweaters, and I bet I could pull off some stuff in the medium of wool in a similar manner to how some pixel art works, but yes I generally agree with what you're saying. Plus, knitting stitches don't tend to be perfect, identical little squares, do they? : P
Very cool! Interesting application of pixel. I like things like this because you simply couldn't have done this in any other medium and got the same result.
I guess so, since you made all of it this week.
wow that's pretty awesome so far, keep it up! :D
I don't know, I'm getting a bit stuck with this. would I be allowed to submit something like this to the challenge (once I'm finished, of course), considering that a lot of it is made up of tiles stolen from this piece?
I don't get the joke, but I like it =)
Lovely icon, looks amazing.
It's actually not related to Steve Jobs, just a bad joke. Thanks, though. : )
Can you tell me how this is related to Steve Jobs? The piece looks wonderful as-is, but I don't get the point in it.
Mh! I'd be interested in seeing anything else related to this if you ever do pursue it! :D
That's a good idea, and I still have a whole day to mess around with it. I think I was sort of thinking of using tiles in the very beginning but then changed my mind...
I can see so many things in this piece.
This is a great example of Pixel Art in my opinion.
have you thought of splitting this in tiles, remaking it and perhaps using different palettes per tile?
i really like the face, it looks blown apart
i love the colours
reminds me of Guernica
super interesting, certainly got me to click on it.