What would The Dark Knight look like if it was a NES game, and not a Batman movie?
Find out here ;)
Its a fake NES game intro, made by an animator called Macbee.
I found a few of the image, and I expect them to be very good reduxes, not pixel art, but still its fun to watch :)
So, the first thing what comes in mind when you hear sprite comic?
Crappy stories made with ripped megaman, sonic and mario sprites? Yes, thats what I said too.
Three different stories of three different heroes in the same world. Beautiful detailed double pixel sprites, on non pixel art backgrounds. At the moment there are 124 unique pages, and it is really worth the time to read them all!
This is a follow-up to the news post below by Evilagram.
Japanese pixel artist Syosa joined PixelJoint 1.5 years ago and has developed a refreshing new style, beautiful animations and the cutest girls! A 23 year old living in Osaka, Japan and studies Neuroscience at Osaka University. When not creating pixelart and video games he analyzes cell morphology and performs experiments from morning to night. About 4 Years ago, Syosa became addicted to making computer games and found himself practicing pixel art.
Since a few weeks ago, I (Lollige) am trying to run a pixel art blog featuring news, tutorials, inspiring and interesting articles about my beliefs and asking for discussion! Come and have a visit at MrLollige.com!
Comments on articles motivate me to continue writing, and I am always willing to hear opinions on subjects!
Stefan Bogdanovic, PJ's Mrmo Tarius is a computer graphics designer from Serbia (Belgrade). Mrmo Tarius creates some amazing and unique pixel art. He was kind enough to let me interview him for this revealing feature.
Join this ambitious collaboration project!
Open Pixel Platformer, a game collaboration project hosted by Hapiel on the PJ forum first began in May 2013. Due to lack of time and technical difficulties the project stalled for a while but is back stronger than ever with Damian and Noburo joining in as Project Managers.
46 days before Easter Sunday (February or March)
Between March 22nd to April 25th
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March through first week of April
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Tuesday before Ash Wednesday (February or March)
Sunday before Easter
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