Pixel Art Challenge: In Motion


Create an image clearly involving at least one living creature in mid-action (this includes humans!).

Examples: a boy jumping on a trampoline or someone running away from a hungry t. rex.

Let's see some interesting dynamic poses this week!

Canvas Size - Max 100 x 100.
Colours - Max 25.
Transparency - Optional.
Animation - No.

The challenge thread will have all the challenge updates. The thread is also a great place to post your WIPs.

Posted by skamocore @ 11/14/2011 00:05  |    9


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Chibiwing (Level 4 Deputy) @ 11/17/2011 00:50

No.  Any piece you submit for the weekly challenge needs to be something you started for the challenge.

Perihelion (Level 5 Assistant Manager) @ 11/16/2011 20:06

Cool challenge! Are you allowed to submit previously started pieces?

sasuke91 (Level 2 Kukyu) @ 11/15/2011 00:24

i like the idea for this challenge, hope i can come up with something

Chibiwing (Level 4 Deputy) @ 11/14/2011 22:40

I call Mary Poppins.

lolyogurt (Level 3 Stalker) @ 11/14/2011 18:16

I think it's better if you make it without lines, as a snapshot. There's fun ways to represent that; like small leaves or dust around the feet area.
Count me in on this one <3

Partack (Level 3 Private Eye) @ 11/14/2011 07:22

 are swooshy lines acceptable? or is that cheating?

Mosca (Level 1 Rookie) @ 11/14/2011 07:18


surt (Level 11 Godfather) @ 11/14/2011 04:18

I think that's the idea. To convey motion without actual movement.

Arkan85 (Level 9 Rear Admiral) @ 11/14/2011 04:01

The challenge "In Motion" doesn't allow animation?!?

Is it a contradiction?

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