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Published: June 6, 2012


Starting to do a weekly series of Pixel Art Features.  Here are some awesome pieces from the past 7 days :la:

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Team Llama - Painting Process gif animation by typesprite Wizard by TheULTImateAngel Rhaetia by HotahMai Pixel  Avatar Commission X-LadySadow-X by Maquenda Pixel me by SmiteTheeWithApples 'Wrong Recipe' - SM6 - Part 2 - Pixel by Vrine :thumb306629124:

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Such amazing works! :)
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