Sony Active Speaker System SRS-T70

Sony Active Speaker System SRS-T70

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Sony Active Speaker System SRS-T70

Title: Sony Active Speaker System SRS-T70
Pixel Artist: Lawrence  (Level 10 Operative :: 18407 points)
Posted: 4/16/2006 20:49
Palette: 42 colors
Statistics:  12 comments    5 faves    0 avatars

These are my Sony speakers. In this piece, I've tried to capture a sense of DoF, hence the blurred feeling on parts further away. Also, I've included some subtle reflections/radiosity etc. I know there are some things that are technically not correct, but what the heck; this is pixel-art, not draftsmanship!

You can look at how I made this from these WiP images:
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clefairykid (Level 9 Federal Agent) @ 6/11/2015 00:20

wooow, that's really something I feel like I haven't seen so strongly before, the effect of DOF with pixels here is really quite someting!!

Victor Rojo (Level 9 Necrophiliac) @ 5/1/2011 10:30

beautiful perspective/blur effect!

Rodrigo (Level 2 Peon) @ 8/13/2008 08:08
the blur fx is just great!

neota (Level 8 Shodan) @ 8/21/2006 23:06
It reminds me of demoscene graphics style without the overworking :) but also of older CPC graphics, which means it has an attractive simplicity of design and color.
And also reminds me that my technology is nearly up to doing pixel art in my preferred method (yes, I'm a technical snob. sort of. I just have difficulty seeing a potential technology and *not* implementing it.. and it kinda gets in the way of actually drawing stuff)

It's good to do a strictly correct image occasionally, like a raytracer.. though usually I favor more iconic works.

Ensellitis (Level 11 Sensei) @ 6/3/2006 11:41
I personally love the focal blur, very original. 

Lawrence (Level 10 Operative) @ 4/18/2006 13:25
It's focul blur, not AA.

inkspot (Level 4 Button Man) @ 4/18/2006 11:34
Better AA please.

jalonso (Level 11 Godfather) @ 4/17/2006 19:36
Fantastic high-pixel art style, I love to see different styles and you certainly give us that. I dunno about the shade of blue in the frame and bkg with seems too saturated for the subject. The sig is waaaaaaaay too big,

Lawrence (Level 10 Operative) @ 4/17/2006 13:53
Yes, they're battery-powered, portable speakers, 5 inches in height and 5.5 inches in length. In this piece, the two speakers are opened, but they flip back around, folding neatly into the middle, when closed. I took them to France with me last year; I don't know how I would've survived without them! :D

inkspot (Level 4 Button Man) @ 4/17/2006 13:25
Those are speakers, wtf?

THE KAPPTIN (Level 5 Captain) @ 4/17/2006 07:40
Cool effects... cool style. 2 things about the shadow: real shadows get more and more blurry the further away from the object you go. Usually I ignore this, but since you're doing blur effects in this you could consider using that on the shadow as well for realism. Secondly, the shadow looks as if the thing has no thickness; it's only the shadow of the front panel of the object.

Blueberry_pie (Level 7 General Manager) @ 4/17/2006 00:25
Wow, this is good. Interesting perspective and the depth of field effect works nicely.

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