Jordan asked me to make a Samurai Jack background for her site, similar to the PpG one I made for myself. Since there's only two of them, I flipped the images. On the left is the actual border. The bigger versions I'll use to suit my own needs. It kinda looks like Aku is looking up at Jack, even though it's hard to make out the small ones.
I did a doujinshi quite some time based on my favourite cartoon characters to form a group which I name it Dreamstar Heroes, like Justice League consists of famous superheroes working together. Because of watching Dragonrider1227 and z-lady did quite a lot of pixel arts, and it had me want to try it out too, based on the doujinshi character I redraw and created in my own anime style of the PPG, MLaaTR, Foster's Home, Samurai Jack and made it out in pixel art form.
i love this show. the images of the enemies on the bottom came from [link] i made the background and the flaming ball. contrasted the images a bit o yeah and the font i used in called metal lord from flashkit.com
Well, after doing the Jiggy of Light keychain, I figured I may as well do the entire Keyblade.
As I mentioned before, the Keyblade has a balanced amount of references to Digimon and Banjo-Kazooie, two things I was really into when I was a kid. The Digimon references are the Crest of Light (on the Jiggy), and the Tag that held the original Crests. As for Banjo-Kazooie, there's the Musical Note on the end of the Keyblade, and the Jiggy as the Keychain.
Getting the Jiggy of Light on was no trouble, all I needed to do was shrink the original pic down to fit in as a pendant. The Tag was a bit easier to do, but the intricate design at the bottom was tough to do, so sorry if that looks crappy . The Note was kind of easy, but I needed to try a few times before I got it to look right.
Digimon (c) Bandai, Toei Banjo-Kazooie (c) Rare LTD Art (c) Me