Sunday School's Out

Sunday School's Out

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Sunday School's Out

Title: Sunday School's Out
Pixel Artist: Helm  (Level 5 Detective :: 9129 points)
Posted: 11/23/2005 00:58
Palette: 15 colors
Statistics:  7 comments    11 faves    0 avatars

Lineart by SundaySchool, not by me. Coloured from a lineart thread in Pixelopolis. 15 colours, Pro Motion, dither mode used, brighten mode used, otherwise very much handworked, with attention to every pixel. Some parts mirrored and overworked. I am very fond of this, although I'm not exactly certain it's my own art ( whose art is a coloured lineart piece, anyway? ). There's no intention in this, I do not know the person, the skills applied were applied automatically, the end result belongs to... nobody?


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breathingsand (Level 3 Enforcer) @ 8/5/2007 01:53
the eyes are really nice, i like the color too. very errie

iLKke (Level 9 Nidan) @ 2/27/2007 05:35
Love the messy bits on the cheek and forehead! 

pixelblink (Level 9 Federal Agent) @ 11/23/2005 17:58
you're so damned humble dude.... everyone knows you got the skills to pay the bills. Just because it's someone elses lines... who cares? The line were great to start with and you just add some extra awesomeness to them. Your dithering skills/knowledge is something to admire. I can only wish to gain the knowledge you have. Asspatting aside, I really do find no fault in this image. Cheers!

The B.O.B. (Level 11 Master Assassin) @ 11/23/2005 16:55
 ooohh...thats some shiny likey long time..but yeah the eyes are a little weird...nice shading technique though

leel (Level 5 Killer Klown) @ 11/23/2005 08:59

she's a little frightening around the eyes, but holy! that's good shading...

sedgemonkey (Level 11 Coelacanth) @ 11/23/2005 08:17

The work done on a lineart is your own.  It's just like a comic book process where up to five people might contribute to a piece of work.  A writer provides the story, but also might provide some rough thumbnails, a penciller sketches out the piece leaving room for inks/colors/letters, the inker drops in the inks and then the colorist and letterer put in their work.  Each new stage of development (writing, thumbs, pencils, inks, colors, letters) has "ownership" of the work as a whole at the point they work at it and shared ownership to any derivative works. Obviously this is not a "business" argument I'm posing (ownership of art can belong to anyone), but what I believe to be a fair creative perspective. 

Regarding the artwork... the coloring around the right eye and forehead is extra spiffy.

Starrily (Level 1 Hired Gun) @ 11/23/2005 08:00
Oh my gosh, that's sweet. Great shading!

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