V cute! I like the subtle little textures on the clothes.I woke up feeling extremely motivated to draw, so I redrew one of the characters in my current game project as a character from a children's picture book.
I thought it was cute so idk, here you go.
I seem to recognize that last one. When did you post it?Wow, I'm happy I found this thread! I'm an artist trying to learn a little programming in Gamemaker, because a lot of my art just sits around doing nothing once I've finished with it and I have a lot of game ideas in mind. I'm primarily a 3D artist, but I do 2D and animation too (animation was my degree at University!). I don't have a set "style" since I just see stuff I like and try it out. I'm loving some of the pixel art work in this thread, I would definitely love to try pixel art out for my Gamemaker projects.
Here's some of my stuff:
My avatar image, done in Zbrush. I adore bats <3 My current Gamemaker project actually features a bat as the "hero"!
Daxter (Zbrush, Maya, 3D Coat, Substance Painter, Marmoset). Please Naughty Dog, make Jak 4 D:
A 2D painted fan cover I did for the latest Ratchet and Clank game (in case you couldn't tell, I'm a nut for platformer games!). My end goal is to create a fun little platformer in Gamemaker. This image was mostly painted in Manga Studio, but I also used Photoshop for some post-work.
I'm hoping to make some beginner 3D tutorials in the future, but for now, I'm focusing on learning a bit of basic GMC to get my art moving around on a screen at least D: Once I've got some decent art and animation done for my game project, I'll add them in this thread.
Thanks. Body motions have gotten much easier for me since last summer. But the most well animated character is obviously the charmander. He's pulling off an impressive scare-crow impersonation.Hey, the motions are pretty well done! I usually just do simple loops, so this is pretty impressive for me.