Introscreen I did for Halfway. It shows the Goliath, which you explore throughout the game from the outside.
Other game art was done by Simon Bachmann (Backgrounds) and Johan Vinet (Characters/Animation)
so much detail, amazing work
That looks fantastic. You pixel art people are genius.
Woah, this is marvelous!
i'm speechless xD
Seriously, if this doesn't at least near the front page of the hall of fame, the voting system needs to be reevaluated.
Dear god, that nebula.
almost broke my mouse by clicking the "Fave it" link
It feels massive. The sense of mass and depth are overwhelming. I specially like the effect with the ship's propulsion. Awesome piece.
Damn awesome..... WOW
This is fully detailed, I really love it. Very nice work!!
Well this is just phenomenal!
Really love the lighting and perspective of the spaceship and the nebulae in the background really stand out to me too. Fantastic work on this!
Awesome piece. The planet atmosphere is a little strange...
Hall of fame material. Excellent work, Cyangmou.
Very good! Love that spaceship!
Excellent intro screen for excellent game.
- So atmospheric ! Love this. -
Very cool and the game looks interesting as well! The blue outline on the left side of the small planet does look "hard" with that pixel jutting in compared to the rest of the piece.
This image is awesome !!!
This is really great stuff Cyangmou. The smaller planet is very impressive. -- Confused about whats happening in the comment section, sorry for double post.
This is a stunning piece. I like how smooth it is except for the atmosphere on the planet below. That's my personal preference btw.
I dont want to waste this space so I edited my comment (since I clicked etch's links)
wow, just wow
this is absolutely amazing
Absolutely gorgeous. The ship itself is lovely
Space, the final pixel frontier.
The vibrancy of the nebula is amazing, A brilliant pixel that must have been a staggering amount of work.
Holy shit, that looks amazing.
yup! definitely my cup of tea. just curious how many colours is ther?
Saw this on deviant art a while ago. Still awes me every time I see it.