Well... that's what came out of my head for the challenge. Not perfect, but I like it.
Well, I've changed my mind anyway. The piece will stay as it is. I'll keep practicing and participating to the next challenges. Thank you :)
@All, Yes, you may edit/update your entry, that's allowed.
Use the 'edit it' under the art to update.
We do prefer no updates once voting begins tho.
WARNING: Because most who see your entry before any update will likely miss your update, maybe you might want to add 'updated' to the preview file so when voting begins PJers know that your entry deserves a 2nd look.
Of course, its best to post in the forum thread to get feedback before posting to avoid cheating yourself.
Oh well, what's done's done. :) I'm still satisfied with the whole thing. Thanks!
I'm with felch here.
Glad you put the cubes into the preview, they are really nicely done!
Thanks for the feedback, everyone! I do agree with your insights, when you put it like that. However, I don't know if we can modify a piece after putting it for the challenge. Can we?
The initial pics in the forum where we saw more of the cubes looked much better, perhaps the claws should be underneath the cubes as if sitting in the palm of the hand?
The cubes entirely shown in the preview picture are well pixelled, but I think they look a bit "flat" in the actual pic since they are half concealed. The whole rubik sword concept is nice though c:
Looks Like a old RPG Game, I Like. Me Like.
I liked the blad you had in the beginning.
Still looks nice though.
The cubes are awesome. Great job.
Pretty balling sword. It's a bit flat, but I understand the colour restriction. I love the cubes and their perspective. Also it fits entirely with the canvas, so cool.
It looks lovely. I really like the concempt.