My Sprites and Such

Discussion in 'GBAtemp Art Studio' started by ChrisCrawford, Oct 27, 2006.

  1. ChrisCrawford
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    Hey everyone, I read the forum from time to time while I'm checking the new releases, often an interesting topic catches my eye. But I havn't said anything yet! I think this would be a good way to introduce myself, check out my sprites.

    Portfolio
     
  2. FAST6191

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    Some very fine looking sprites there.

    Welcome to GBATemp.
     
  3. ChrisCrawford
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    Thanks, awesome to be here. (Neat emoticons.)
     
  4. .TakaM

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    some nice stuff youve made.
    a few suggestions however:
    your shading is quite strange, Im not sure if youre very experienced with antialiasing, regardless I recommend u do a bit more exercise with it. other than that its pretty nice stuff, all I'd suggest further is you make your portfolio a bit smaller but still portray a nice range of ability. theres no need to show all the sprites you'd need to make a game, just show one anim of each character at the most, if you really want to show more than their running cycle in one direction, do something like:
    [​IMG]
    feel free to check out my portfolio (sig link) [​IMG]
     
  5. ChrisCrawford
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    Whoa I like your animal crossing thing alot. What's your advice on anti aliasing?
     
  6. Heran Bago

    Heran Bago Where do puyo come from?

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    lookin' good!
     
  7. .TakaM

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    just thoroughly examine almost everything at http://www.spriteart.com/
    try to recognise the math in the way outlines are smoothened with extra shades