Credit Jabraulter for the lower two, we collaborated.
Because they were even more terrible than these.
It's a good piece about a sad subject.
Finally GS...I've been waiting for you to post some of your RS work. Don't be ashamed by it, it' great. My favorite has always been the Kalphite one.
And he's telling the truth...he really did edit the hell out of those two bottom pieces, but nonetheless, he did a phenomenal job.
I'll try and post some stuff in my profile soon, GS...I want to not suck first, though. So it may be a while.
ey godslayer =) you may remmember me from tif, but mabe not lol...
i remmember when you made all of these, especally the kalphite one =) i always thought the cape was rather large, but it still is incredable.
i love how you do the bg's... ive alwaysd liked those 'mini' pixels (as pjb called em; because of the bg) and thought they were a great way to do a bg.
also, im reltitively new to pixeling (4 months, i have a gallery on tif, if you even care) and was wondering if you could share some tips on how to get beter. to tell the truth, you, pjb, and mxm were the whole reason i started pixeling.
and btw if any of you want to own that one on the botem left, play runescaope, get rich, and go to runescapecommunity.com, and buy it from a guy named jabraulter
Gnarf: I appreeciate the fav, and I like that you nticed the textures I started using on those pieces. I wanted more strokes of color instead usual pixel pushing, I think the effect was well used on both the humans and bugs armour.
Extoplasm on Toast: Thanks, you know that queen isnt even done yet? But, I dont want to finish her.. It makes me feel bad that I didnt design her myself, and Im not making it for others.
Sohashu: Ha. I was terrible at selling them. Well actualy, at first I wasnt. At first, I followed cliches exactly like everyone else, made big sigs filled with stuff that impressed by sheer size rather than quality. When I realized how pixel art should be, then my sales started dropping. Only other artistic people appreciated them, which severely limited my market. I also made friends that way, with buyers who shared my interest and looked past superficial '1337ness'.