So I made that poll of whether I should be making a pixel art tutorial or not, and "yes" won by a large margin. The problem is, now thinking about it, there isn't anything new I could be adding when making one.
First that I'm not good at making tutorials, but most importantly, I can't think of a single thing to write about that hasn't been done before. For that, I'm just going to list here some of the tutorials that I feel are the most interesting.
Art tutorial by Arne - Pixel art is still just art, and so, concepts of color, light and shape are the most important aspects of doing it well.
Pixel art tutorial by Arne - Great examples on the
Pixel-art iconsGame icons for objects, spells and such.
Size 32x32 - (around 2.5$ each - see rate below)
(old style, matches the free icons in my gallery) (new style, better colors and shading) (no-border, to be used on a fixed color background) (colored border, better for light backgrounds)
Size 24x24 - (around 1$ each - see rate below)
Size 16x16 - (around 0.5$ each - see rate below)
Contact:henriquelazarini (at) gmail.com
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- Please provide a complete list of what you need, as that speed up the work a lot, here's an
[Bioshock Spoilers] Songbird in Bioshock 1 by 7Soul1, journal
[Bioshock Spoilers] Songbird in Bioshock 1
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6TpRZ4t058Y Watch it until the end, where you can hear the sound very clearly.
After seeing the theory that you could hear songbird's cry while at Fort Frolic, I decided to take a closer look at it. Other videos I saw weren't clear enough, and for the most of it I wouldn't believe unless seeing it by myself.
You can clearly hear a screeching sound multiple times. You could say the sound play too many times, or that Songbird doesn't actually scream like that, but nonetheless it's funny how the developers planned this easter egg so ahead in time.
Want to check it by yourself? Get this save file: https://dl.dro