Argyle @ 6/28/2020 05:17 commented on 2020

Seriously wicked, in love with the trippy cape effect!

Argyle @ 6/11/2020 10:31 commented on Ducktales Reanimated

Loved the video, and your part is great!

Argyle @ 6/9/2020 07:02 commented on Epic Seven Episode 2 Characters

Lovely rendering and colorization!

Argyle @ 6/4/2020 15:21 commented on Trash Food Items

Always loved your color palettes, these are great!

Argyle @ 6/4/2020 15:19 commented on Leak

Reminds me of an acid trip, love it!

Argyle @ 6/4/2020 15:09 commented on Mochi Fiesta (mildly NSFW)

Haha, thanks for the comments, everyone! Glad to see you still lurking around here, Mathias!

Argyle @ 6/4/2020 15:03 commented on Guilty Hands

These are cool as heck!

Argyle @ 6/3/2020 19:34 commented on Tree

The grass texture in the shadow adds so much, love it!

Argyle @ 6/3/2020 11:57 commented on Gun Girls Pin-Up Redraw

If there's one thing I love, it's thicccc ladies! Love it

Argyle @ 7/1/2019 20:06 commented on #59 Hexquisite Corpse Collaboration tile

@karakenio, it seems like the link stopped working because it was moved to the archived activities board, or at least that's my guess... I'll edit the description, thanks!

Argyle @ 5/20/2019 22:15 commented on RoboCop

For only a few hours, this is insane! Would love to see how you work :)

Argyle @ 5/2/2019 21:18 commented on Aleksandra Jarosz

Really pretty pallette and the portrait is snazzy as all get-out!

YI hope the recipient gets it printed on a large-format printer to put it on the wall :D

Argyle @ 5/2/2019 21:06 commented on Templars Rest

The happiness it brings you brings me happiness! ^_________^

Argyle @ 12/31/2015 12:02 commented on Small Pixel House.

Nice list! I also just submitted a news piece about a Pac-Man Remix music video made by Argyle (that's me!) and director Mike Scott. Not sure if you want to tack it on to this list or push it into out as its own post. Thanks!

Edit: Nevermind, somehow missed this post and thought it was new, turns out it's 12 days old. Child brain at it again!

Argyle @ 12/27/2015 02:34 commented on Muffet

Love this boss, and a great tribute piece!

Argyle @ 11/16/2015 22:56 commented on Artistic Genius

No you! Goddamn, that's a pretty pile of pixels.

Argyle @ 10/6/2015 12:01 commented on niss

Quality stuff! Thanks for doing the interview.

Argyle @ 4/15/2015 08:28 commented on Pocket Fighter Nutty

Love the feel of it! What do you do your preliminary animation in out of curiosity, before it gets refined in ProMotion?

Argyle @ 11/13/2014 00:45 commented on Four Fine Forest Friends

"Old Bat" is too clever, and all well done. Thanks for sharing!

Argyle @ 9/27/2014 15:04 commented on A Pile of Tires

Oh my god, agreed with you there, Mathias. Dancing chickens never made me laugh so much.

Argyle @ 9/24/2014 17:03 commented on A Pile of Tires

Much love for these things, and hooray I'm in the news!

Argyle @ 6/17/2014 23:10 commented on The Hiphopopotamus & The Rhymenocerous

His lyrics are bottomless.

Argyle @ 3/6/2014 12:09 commented on The Chicken Dog

You never disappoint, Arpo.

Argyle @ 2/26/2014 22:08 commented on Link in the forest

Nice job conveying the forms and definition with the shading at such a little resolution! He kind of gets muddled into the green of the background, and the background parts all transition at the exact same places as the segments of his body. Not sure, but it might be more visually interesting if the ground didn't halt at the same point that the top of his boots do, if the tree trunks didn't start and end at the same points that the skin of his exposed legs did, and the treeleaves didn't begin at the same point that the bottom of his tunic did?

Food for thought.

Argyle @ 2/26/2014 21:58 commented on Artistic Genius

CELS: Hmm, looking at the feet now that I haven't been staring at it for overly prolonged sessions of time, it does look off, and the left foot (her right) is sort of rotated in an impossible way. Might have to fix that if I get a moment to fix it, along with getting some definition on the paint blots on the palette. Thanks!

The perk also includes the passive quality of giving you a rubber neck and spine, clearly. Artists must contort into neanderthalic positions when bending over their work after all.