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Pakz
Created : 30 November 2019
Edited : 30 November 2019

Pixelart Girl portraits

16 by 16 using dawnbringer 32 palette



@jay - You mentioned something about women not being featured in the previous set.

Today I had opened the pixel art book for inspiration. After that I started looking for reference images. I had though of using that old Amiga game Anthead as a source of woman portraits. I found a number of them and looked on deviantart for more references.

I need to draw a lot more before getting comfortable with the end result. I did get closer in finding a step by step process.

It is hard for me right now since I can find not that many references. Those that I can find usually are a lot larger in dimension and use more colors. Hairs are difficult also.

Though I am a little bit happy with the results today.

 

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Saturday, 30 November 2019, 09:52
Jayenkai