Some pixel buildings I made.

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Just thought I'd share with you all some pixel buildings I've created for my Pixel Acres project:

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Feel free to comment! :-)
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waterfall is still my fav :thumbsup:
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That was the first one I made! :-)
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I like the tawdry gentlemen's club. lol.
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Woa these are great; how long per design? And is the technique easy?
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UNFLUX wrote:
waterfall is still my fav :thumbsup:

me too :D

wow i went from nooby assistant to graduate in one day! :D
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Mine too, even though those shiny colored cubes looks mesmerising lol

Great work heyer
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FD - I would say probably about an hour to two on each one. Pixel art is really adicting, I cand sit down and work on a building for a long period and not even realize how much time had passed. I'd say the best thing to master is how the lines are created, and which set of pixels give "smooth" lines. I'll be writing up some tutorials for my site when I have some spare time.

Thanks for the kind regards everyone, I'd highly recommend checking out the game, it's the link in my signature, if you feel at all interested in creating this type of media. I have a few members whom have created theres in 3d or used vectors to some extent.
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oh I thought that they had to all be pixels to play. I will have to check your site out again when I get time to
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Nah as long as it's a clean cut image, and doesn't go out of the template, it's game.

It's fun stuff no matter how you make it ;)
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man i love this. especially the waterfall. it looks good.
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Thanks a lot :)
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Dude, Nice work! :handsup: :handsup:
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hahaha, i just love the A27 house :shock: :P
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those are some great pixel buildings b_heyer. i had a go at doing a pixel building a while back using MS paint and made this (never got round to finishing it though). What program do you use to make your buildings?
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I use the gimp. That building looks pretty good. Too bad paint doesn't save transparencies :( Thanks for the comments.

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