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Pakz
Created : 04 October 2020
 

Pixel Art Tree Bush Routine(s)





I spend some time studying tiles from a couple of youtube video's. (Dya Games is a good one btw)

Here I did a simple bush and tree. Also a more complex tree variant. The last one I spend some time on.

Aseprite is 6 hours away of being my most used steam game.

The sprites use only a couple of colors.

 

Comments


Sunday, 04 October 2020, 04:57
Jayenkai
Nice. I like the barren/leafless trees. They're nice and detailed.
Sunday, 04 October 2020, 05:22
Pakz
I think I spend an hour on detailing them. I would put them next to the reference and compare. Every time I would notice new details that I had not noticed yet. The more details I added the better it started to look Still I'm not that experienced with the light source yet and can not do lights from a different unreferenced source.
Sunday, 04 October 2020, 05:35
Jayenkai
One thing to consider, if you're planning on reusing the sprites a lot, is that your lighting is coming from a specific (left side) direction. This means you can't flip the trees for added variety, since the light would be hitting from the wrong side.
The top-down trees and the smaller bushes would work fine being flipped, though.