Pixel Art Challenge: The RPG Party #2


This week, we are doing a follow up to this classical weekly challenge. So, we want you to draw an RPG party that consists of exactly 4 sprites, depicting 4 different classes. These classes should be chosen between these, albeit with whatever twists you might dream of:

  • The ranger
  • The bard
  • The paladin
  • The barbarian
  • The necromancer
  • The pet/creature

You must separate sprites from eachother in your canvas using transparency, yet slight overlays for the sake of composition is permitted. Please clearly mention in your description which characters are in your party. And remember: you can make a ww2 team or 50s gangsters as well as classical high fantasy themed party.

Canvas Size - Max 200 x 200.
Colours - Max 32. Including transparency.
Transparency - Required.
Animation - No.

The challenge thread will have all the challenge updates. The thread is also a great place to post your WIPs.

Posted by Gecimen @ 10/15/2018 07:35  |    5


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cure (Level 11 Bonsai) @ 10/16/2018 19:13

Hebrew Bible Squad

Bard: David, Barbarian: Samson, Necromancer: Elijah, Pet: Leviathan 

Gecimen (Level 11 Sphinx) @ 10/16/2018 14:45

This time is different, necro instead of mage and paladin instead of priest. 

Gecimen (Level 11 Sphinx) @ 10/16/2018 14:41

Of course! 

PotatoGnome (Level 4 Team Leader) @ 10/16/2018 10:54

Where are the mage and the healer ?

Faherya (Level 4 Team Leader) @ 10/16/2018 04:31

Great, but a question: can the team be mixed? For example, a classic barbarian, a modern sniper, a futuristic alien necromancer, and a prehistoric pet. Can we mix or do all characters need to come from the same line?

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