Paint pixel drawing

Discussion in 'GBAtemp Art Studio' started by SAVIORself, Mar 10, 2013.

  1. SAVIORself
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    SAVIORself Curiosity kills cats

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    Not sure what to call this.. its pretty much something I did in MSpaint. Got bored one day and built onto a simple square I drew. This is what came of it.. All done pixel by pixel..

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    Might add onto it but I like the way it looks atm.
     
  2. Eerpow

    Eerpow *swoosh*

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    ERROR!
    I noticed two mistakes. (without completely wasting my time)

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    Try to guess how I did that.

    Edit: the opposite of the upper one should be marked instead, w/e.
     
  3. SAVIORself
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    SAVIORself Curiosity kills cats

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    Bound to be some, good eye.

    Should concentrated on one side and copy pasted. I kept building bigger squares around the original then filled in the patterns.

    I bet theres more.
     
  4. Eerpow

    Eerpow *swoosh*

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    There aren't any :P, the trick I used was that I split the image in half, mirrored the right side and crossed my eyes to join the two images into one. It's like how crossed eye 3D or magic eye pictures work, I noticed the differences immediately this way.
     
  5. spinal_cord

    spinal_cord Knows his stuff

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    I use that method for 'spot the difference' games. Works quite well usually, even in professor layton :P
     
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  6. BORTZ

    BORTZ Don't pretend you aren't impressed

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    Whoa that is cool right there.
     
  7. Cyan

    Cyan GBATemp's lurking knight

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    A mandala?


    Black and white might be harder to notice errors when you create it.