Newgrounds.com, a site that used to be only for flash movies/games and music, has now added an art section.
Users can submit up to 20 works of art, and then if an established artist likes your work, they will add it to the gallery. The gallery has 5 sections: Ilustration, Fine Art, 3D Art, Pixel Art, and Other.
You can also choose to allow people to use your art for their works, like games or movies. Really just another way to get your art seen, and by possibly different people. I know some of you already know about it, because I've seen some recognizable art there. They also have a very nice upload/crop system.
Newgrounds News post about the gallery:
Newgrounds Pixel Art Gallery:
Nykra is a 2D platformer adventure game created by pixel artist / indie dev Seth Groom aka ENDESGA.
The game has some great pixel art, and has a week left in it's kickstarter, and could use a little push.
Link to kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/endesga/nykra
Reddit allows users to create their own communities, and the main subreddit for pixel art has reached this huge milestone. Who even knew that many people were into pixel art?
I skeddles aka Sam Keddy have also taken over as the head moderator of the subreddit. I hope to see some positive changes in the sub going forward, and have lots of ideas.
In celebration (in addition to reddit soon to be releasing a big update), we have several contests going on.
The Lospec Pixel Art Tutorials page is now live!
We've created the biggest list of pixel art tutorials on the net!
/r/PixelArt is hosting an art contest, and giving away two $30 Amazon gift cards as prizes! The contest will be open for 4 weeks, ending March 12th.
There are two categories that you can enter:
Each will have a winner chosen by a panel of judges. Resuls will be combined into a collage and video and posted to reddit.
Full rules and information are in the reddit thread: https://www.reddit.com/r/PixelArt/comments/apx1sm/official_rpixelart_contest_win_a_30_amazon_gift/
Reddit's /r/PixelArt is hosting another pixel art contest!
The theme is portraits at 128x128 using Adigun Polack's AAP-Splendor128 Palette.
The entries will be compiled into a video like our last contest, and the winner will receive a $40 USD digital gift card for Amazon.com.
For more information on rules and how to submit, check out the thread on reddit.
Thanks everyone, hope to see some great submissions with this one!
Lospec.com, a website with tools and resources for people creating restrictive digital art (created by PJer skeddles) now has user accounts!
Customize your profile with your name, bio, avatar and links to your social media, now including your PixelJoint profile.
When you join you'll be added to our Users Directory where you'll be listed with our other members, including your social links. If you mark yourself as a pixel artist, you'll also be included on or Pixel Artists List. More features will be gradually be added to profiles, so reserve your handle to make sure no one else does!
Sign up is quick and easy, just head to Lospec.com and click sign up at the top.
Lospec (most known for their pixel art palettes database) has launched a kickstarter to fund an online gallery!
The gallery will let people share pixel art, chiptune, voxel art, low-poly, textmode and more! Our goal is to make the website as easy to use as possible, and display low-spec art without compression or scaling!
Learn more on our campaign page: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/skeddles/lospec-gallery
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