Challenge Voting: 360 Panorama

It's time to head on over to the forum and vote for the latest pixel art challenge: 360 Panorama.


Posted by pixelblink @ 8/13/2007 00:10  |    14


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Metaru (Level 8 Brigadier General) @ 8/19/2007 08:40
jalonso posted a in-game panorama in the challenge's thread in the forum.

Pnaky (Level 2 Peon) @ 8/18/2007 09:11
inkspot: correctly, I take it inspiration from this picture...

And if somebody tell me do you know how look panorama??? I say yes, it's look as 3 picture from 10 in this challenge...

inkspot (Level 4 Button Man) @ 8/18/2007 09:03
Example picture shown in the challenge post was a real photograph...

Pnaky (Level 2 Peon) @ 8/18/2007 08:52
Ok but in challenge description it wasn't specified which panorama must be draw...

Hmm... Show me some in game panorama, I would like to see it... In-game panorama is not real panorama but only long wide screen in cycle (loop), thats my opinion...

jalonso (Level 11 Godfather) @ 8/18/2007 07:49
oh wait, you mean real-life panoramas, duh. No, In game art a 360 pano can be 2D, if the game is 2D. That's the reason that 'reflections' were added to make it more complex.

Pnaky (Level 2 Peon) @ 8/18/2007 02:47
OK, little bit my theory about 360 degrees panorama... I'm graduated from structural engineering and what I say, it's official information which they teached me in school... If you going to the train staition and standing on platform, look on right and slowly turned your head to left... Rails are absolutely stright but your eyes see it as curves... For example I draw small picture: link

Stats:  6 works disagreed with rules, they are only wide screen in loop
            3 works agreed
            1 work is somewhere between disagree and agree

jalonso (Level 11 Godfather) @ 8/17/2007 11:48
You guys need to report these things when you see them, we overlook details, being human and all. Remember PJ is a community and all get a say.

inkspot (Level 4 Button Man) @ 8/17/2007 05:21
I agree with you Pnaky. I think rules need to tougher.. people tend to vote for just the piece that likes them, it doesn't matter if it matches with the rules or not.... So why have rules at all?

cure (Level 11 Bonsai) @ 8/14/2007 16:06

I can relate.  I was high as a kite 95% of the time I spent making mine.  Which explains alot, such as why the hell Cap'n Crunch just left a jungle to go hang out with a bunch of elves.  It also explains why I wasn't paying attention to the color count, and exceeded it.

20fkncolors? outOutOUT!

Pnaky (Level 2 Peon) @ 8/13/2007 15:21
Good luck you too... I spent each day from monday to sunday (withour friday - I'v been drunk ) 3 hours, avarage...

And I thing, only 3 submited works agrees with submission... It's too less from 10 works... That's my opinion...

Metaru (Level 8 Brigadier General) @ 8/13/2007 10:06

yeah... when i checked the submission last friday, i just saw 3 or 4 submission, and thougth about triying something. i always had an idea or inspiration for every challenge, the problem is that i don't always finish it, or not always had time(i had over 10 unfinished challenge wips). fortunately, my entry for this submission took me less time that i thougth(considering that i've spent more than 20 hours in one single entry) and i could finish it in time.

good luck everyone.

skeddles (Level 11 Sphinx) @ 8/13/2007 08:59
This contest produced many masterpieces.

Gas 13 (Level 9 Boss) @ 8/13/2007 07:32
Agreed with Varock Shade. Everyone made a great job working with such a huge canvas.

Varock Shade (Level 7 Underboss) @ 8/13/2007 05:50
although there are only 10 submissions, its hard to pick 3 of them, cause i think the people that did join did a very nice job

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