Pixel Art Challenge: A Feast for the Gods


This week, due to al-Fitr holidays, we want you to draw a scene of a feast using the 19 colors from  's Festive19 palette. You can draw any sort of feast and may or may not include people in the scene.

Canvas: Max 240x135 px (horizontal or vertical)

Colors: Max 19 only colors from this palette by Paperdomo101

Transparency: No

Animation: No

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

Posted by Gecimen @ 5/2/2022 00:40  |    6


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gawrone (Level 11 Pixeljoint) @ 5/5/2022 23:12

@OwnedbyCow, good point! You are correct. That's one of the reasons why the palettes are done like this. You don't have to crop the letters becasue they are made with the palette colour too. Just resize the palette image to the desired one and off you go!

OwnedbyCow (Level 2 Flatfoot) @ 5/3/2022 11:51

Idk if this helps anybody now but if you crop the letters off to where its just the color, save as png and open in aseprite, it will have your palette indexed already.

b236 (Level 11 Bonsai) @ 5/3/2022 04:58

np! happened to me as well.

Paperdomo101 (Level 3 Fish) @ 5/3/2022 04:52


Ah, sorry, yes the swatches are the correct colors, not the numbers. I didn't catch this mistake when I made the palette last year unfortunately, thanks for pointing it out.

OwnedbyCow (Level 2 Flatfoot) @ 5/2/2022 11:44

Can we do a sarcastic "feast for the gods?"

b236 (Level 11 Bonsai) @ 5/2/2022 01:30

just a heads-up: b8b187 is actually d0bb74 and d0ddb0 is ecda8b.
i suppose the swatches are the colours to pick, not the numbers?

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