Quickhoney Interview

Peter Stemmler and Nana Rausch, the German artists responsible for the popular pixel and vector site, Quickhoney, have been recently interviewed by the folks over at Format Magazine.

Have a read!

Posted by pixelblink @ 8/20/2007 22:18  |    12


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Blick (Level 7 Captain) @ 8/24/2007 15:45
I feel like crying.

inkspot (Level 4 Button Man) @ 8/21/2007 16:13
I am actually jelaous that someone can make a life out of easy pixels.

Lawrence (Level 10 Operative) @ 8/21/2007 10:04
What a couple of fucking idiots.

Skull (Level 11 CEO) @ 8/21/2007 05:50
Someone's a little perverted, if you ask me.

Mykola (Level 3 Corporate Drone) @ 8/21/2007 05:45

Oh and that fucking attitude is straight up wack.. they don't know pixel artists outside eboy? I'm not even gonna comment on that weak bullshit.

for the record, I never got that attitude from eboy, I emailed back and forth with them some time ago and believe me, they were real down to earth.

Mykola (Level 3 Corporate Drone) @ 8/21/2007 05:32
I am a fan of eboy but I'm not sooo surrrre bout quickhoney..

rajkosk8 (Level 5 Detective) @ 8/21/2007 04:40

rajkosk8 (Level 5 Detective) @ 8/21/2007 04:39

Gas 13 (Level 9 Boss) @ 8/21/2007 01:09
So true, ilkke. It seems like pixelart was to do something roughly with a Paint that days. Some people still think so.

iLKke (Level 9 Nidan) @ 8/21/2007 00:56
What a losy site with lousy pixels and even worse vectors. No skill, no ideas, no attitude.
How the hell did that site get 'popular'?

sedgemonkey (Level 11 Master Assassin) @ 8/20/2007 23:06
I remember the quickhoney site from way back.  They seem to be pretty dismissive of other pixel artists (outside of eboy) which is kind of a shame.

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