Pixel Art Challenge: The Kitty/Dog Showdown


This week, Arpo78 wants you to depict a scene showing a fight between a cat and a dog. This can be anything from household cats and dogs to wild cats and dogs.

Anything Felidae or Canidae is fair game.

Canvas size - Max 100 x 50. Either horizontal or vertical.
Colours - Max 20.
Transparency - No.
Animation - Optional.

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

Posted by skamocore @ 10/14/2013 00:01  |    5


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Dont (Level 6 Serial Killer) @ 10/17/2013 06:12

 just tho about that cat n' dog cartoon

EdJr (Level 9 Nidan) @ 10/14/2013 10:06

Some inspurration.

Petruszka (Level 3 Private Eye) @ 10/14/2013 08:14

Wow, that's pretty small canvas!

crozier (Level 6 Hitman) @ 10/14/2013 07:09


To my knowledge, any weekly challenge winner can choose a later weekly challenge. In this case, Arpo won a recent challenge, so he picked the theme. If the winner doesn't contact the mods or doesn't want to host a challenge, the mods pick the theme/restrictions. Anyone can pm the mods (at a specific place- I can't remember where) to offer challenge ideas, but these may or may not come to be. (And according to Jeremy, the mod skamocore usually makes them, if there aren't any recent suggestions/ challenge winner suggestions. You can usually tell its a skamocore challenge if is absolutely silly :) )

Zizka (Level 10 Deep Blue) @ 10/14/2013 05:32

 Out of curiosity, how do you determine the themes for the weekly challenges? I mean, how is it decided that a theme is chosen for any particular week?

Interesting theme!


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