A pixel art illustration made for Digital Artist magazine. More info here
Great piece, iso art is underrated in my humble opinion, and that's a shame. Love it, love it a lot!
Super... Gratuluję sukcesu. Musiałeś się nieźle napocić przy pracy :)
All right, who gave the green monster a camera?
I love the buses.
this is a very cool scene
About the colors, im not an expert color, but this seens a bit flat?. And few things as the monster, trees, ppl and water, need a bit more work. and... mmm this reminds me to eboy, for few things (not just the isometric style), that's fine to me, cuz this is not a copy from eboy, as most of the works i have seen in PJ. But the idea to place a monster/huge object in the scenario, reminds me a lot eboy (and plus the big bell) and similar scene presentation makes you remember, no doubt... sorry if i sound like an ass :((( im not... well maybe im! XDD, but no that ass.
THANKS FOR OBLIGING TO OUR REQUESTS! Submitting!
Looks like nothing has been done about the use of layered transparencies here...sending back, until this is corrected...a shame too, this is a great piece.
I like it. Good idea, good cncept.
I agree with dogmeat though, the trees seem a little wierd.
The trees need more work, the monster looks really out of place since the scene isn't reacting to a huge monster.
by "pure pixel" Jaloson means a verson without the alpha transparency layers.
HAHAHA nice idea :D
A great scene. Please use the 'edit details' to post the pure pixel version of this piece. The link to your site is a perfect companion. The issue looks great.
Judging from the color histogram, 90% of those colors are on the water. Also, the transparent windows on the London Eye's booths are also pushing the color count up.
This has 1209 colours. Did you use some gradients or something whilst making it?