Pixel art version of one of my original paintings.
Edit: Tried to reduce the banding on the border of the grass near the dirt path and made some small corrections to the darker colors near the houses.
I am really happy to hear you liked them!
This series is one of my fav as well and I hope to do more and even improve the style further.
Thanks a lot man, I really appreciate it!
I thought I'd already commented on this but apparently not. Came across it again today and I love the style.
The whole series of these images is great but I think this one is just about my favourite. The colours, the composition, and basically everything else. Lovely.
Thanks a lot!
Very fun and peaceful scene!
Those clouds as well :)
I also love the countryside :) Thanks a lot!
I want to live there :) so fresh and clean loving the shadowing on the buildings
Thanks man, glad to hear you liked them.
Your pixels is so good and minimalistic!
I realy like this style. Nothing annoying eyes with unnecessary details, only clear contours and objects
Damn, it's cool
@jok: That's awesome to hear, very motivating :) Glad you liked it!
I am having a blast with this style and I am trying to improve it further. I hope to do a lot more, thank you very much!
np. - I forget to say that composition of this piece is near to perfect
(not that I'm big fan of countryside landscapes but still catches the eye :) )
keep it up!
@jok: Thanks a lot! :)
simple but nice :)
@ParkerBabyDiaperCompany: Thanks a lot!
You are absolutely right, that banding has been bothering me too. I will fix it soon.
Cool picture, but there's some serious staircase banding going on on the edges of the path.
@MetinSeven: Thanks a lot!
I have been trying out new things for a while now and I am really having fun with this style.
Glad to hear you liked it!
Great work. It radiates a nice atmosphere using minimal lines and colors, like traditional comics.
@Macaroni and Cheese: Thanks a lot! I am glad you get that feeling from the perspective.
Nice stuff. The perspective puts the viewer right in there in that pleasant atmosphere.
@eishiya Maybe their ground keepers are really good. xD
@SpaceSalmon: Thanks a lot!
Very nice useage of outlines, great style!
@wasteboy: Thanks a lot man! Glad you liked it.
#moondrome: Thanks a lot man! Very happy to hear you liked the style and the piece.
I am having a lot of fun with this and hoping to do a lot more.
this is super fresh, the subtle detail in the clouds adds some real nice depth
lovely scene and very original style man. I hope to see more images- landscapes with the same feeling
@Mandrill: Thanks a lot man, I am really happy to hear you liked it!
I agree with you about the grass around the path, it looks way too regular and clean for grass. I might change that in a future edit.
About the color in front of the buildings: I am aware that there shouldn't be any shadow there. That color is there to imply some different colored ground and coloration going on. Like dirt, darker grass or some sparse grass, you know. It is there because without it I found that the buildings don't look the way I expected. And I prefer the version with that color in front of them.
Thanks for checking out!
Wonderful, just wonderful!
I don't think I've ever seen black outlines not get in the way of atmospheric perspective and a feeling of breeziness before. Good job, that's sorcery!
The perfectly smooth edges of the path look strange. Grass is rarely that tidy, and you even drew the transition looking more ragged and grassy in your original drawing. Because the edges are so clean, it looks like the path is a slab lying on top of the grass, even though the shading suggests it's carved into the grass.
Another crit I have is that since the fronts of the buildings are lit, there shouldn't be shadows on the ground in front of them, since the buildings would not be casting shadows in that direction, and there is nothing else to cast those shadows.