I scroll on twitter quite frequently in my spare time, and most of the people I follow now are indeed pixel artists, so I see their posts, posts they like and their retweets of course. Some of which is categorized as pixel art, but from what I can tell some people don't agree.
In your opinion, what do you think makes a picture no longer pixel art? Personally, I'm not too sure, which is why I want to pose the question to this community. There are indeed some pieces that I've seen that I would not categorize as pixel art.
Can you guys link some? I've actually never seen any pixel art comics at all, I've only ever read one webcomic years ago that was a sprite comic that had some custom sonic sprites
I personally think that Hourly is the way to go for custom things, and whatever double the minimum wage is in the area is what I go for with Graphic Design commissions.
If it's something that is mostly templates, like a custom name banner or a recolor of a patterned design, then I just charge a flat rate + extra for any additional changes that need to be made.
@adam If I come across anything I'll happily throw a message over, I appreciate all the work being done to make this a reality
Not sure if this has been mentioned or If I just haven't used Forums in a while, but I can't see what I'm replying to if i'm accessing Lospec Forums from Lospec, I just noticed that If i view it externally, I can see what I'm replying to.
Its not "unusually" visible.
You kinda answered your own question, it's pride month, so you will see tons of posts and art themed after such topics. Your post was similar to being confused as to why there's so many christmas trees and santas during december in the states.
I'm not sure why you would bring this up, if you are okay with the LGBTIA+ community, then no harm, but if you aren't for some reason, then maybe some self reflection is needed.
Yeah, there's lot of people in the community, but I'd rather have it that way than any other. I, personally feel welcomed and respected amongst my Pixel Peers.
I'm a relatively new pixel artist to the community and I've been hooked for the last couple months. My main interest in pixel art is doing more with less. It always fascinated me how rich and catchy of a tune you can have with chip-tune, and how vibrant and descriptive a work of art can be with a few pixels.
I don't do much, but when I do it, I try my best.
Originally it was my outlining, but I don't think i've done pixel art enough to really say i've developed my own style.
Retro games growing up, and the love to do so much, with so little.
I'm always impressed with a small pixel art canvas. The retro games is also why I have a strong tie to chiptune music