I decided to do some more Adobe Illustrator to turn a GMod screenshot into an image-traced piece of art:
Why is that? Because I was bored. 😛
I decided to work on my latest pixel art project in GMod. Here it is:
It will be added to my collection of pixel art shortly starting tomorrow.
I snap’d my latest screenshot in GMod this evening, and then I image-traced and modified with Adobe Illustrator:
Ahhhhh… nothing like a simply good vacation in Boardwalk Arcade. 😛
There’s nothing I can say for tonight, so here’s my latest GMod screenshot which was image-traced from Adobe Illustrator:
I was bored so I decided to create pixel art of Pac-Man in GMod for tonight:
I also made a Halloween-themed version of that character known as Pac-o’-Lantern:
I wonder what I’m going to make for my next pixel art project…
It’s supposed to be a rocket ship made of building blocks. Let’s rocket and roll! 😛
I decided to work on my pixel block art in GMod this evening, and here’s a pic of what I’ve been working on:
This is supposed to be an 8-bit sprite of Miru, a light green friendly ghost of Pac-Man from the 80’s arcade game Pac & Pal. I got my Miru block art up on Steam now, and I also published my block art of a gold key that I made last year but I forgot about publishing my 8-bit key on that year due to real life and other productive distractions.
I was going to plan on doing more block art in GMod tomorrow, but this time I’ll work on some block art that’s completely different and doesn’t include video game characters.
I’ve been going through my GMod screenshots folder this evening, and I had Krita deployed on my screenshot of a statue with a giant head with a happy smiley face:
I was just having fun doing some experiments in Krita. That is all. 😛
I’ve been goofing around in GMod this evening, and I decided to make my own version of Rambo:
I called him Santa Rampool, which he looks like Deadpool but with the candy canes on his back. Happy Holidays? 😛