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This is a little school project that consisted of creating a title screen for an imaginary game that would run on the Commodore 64:
I had to use GangEd’s default color palette and choose the Commodore’s native resolution.
Here is the actual full 160×200 resolution version:
The interesting challenge was that I had to consider the colour clash (in order to save memory usage we are limited to 4 colours per cell of 32 pixels in Multicolor bitmap mode, which means when we add a fifh colour an other one is overwritten). It quickly becomes a very meticulous work… well … after all, this is pixel art.
For exams reason I didn’t have the time last month to upload the works I’ve been producing, so there will be a couple of things coming up over the next few days.
So first, here is a high-poly 3D character model based on the concept I did a while ago.
It is my first human-like character created with Zbrush. It had to adopt a semi-realistic style so no fine details. I enjoyed doing it, the fur on the left shoulder was I bit of a pain though.
Details of the head:
The textured low-poly version is coming next (meant to be integrated into Unity), it only needs some more adjustments.
Following the same techniques as for the previous concept, this one was to work metal effects, and was done in a much shorter time (~2h for the colorization), reason why the metalness is not so perfect. 🙂
This dark mysterious anon character was designed and painted in Game Art classes. Used to just try out things and use Photoshop more ‘artistically’, this is now the first concept art I made following a step by step process and using proper techniques.
I’m touching the ground again, feels good to get a bit of basic and solid technical skills to start from.
Let me introduce my first low poly model ever made following a proper workflow.
Sculpted in Zbrush, retopo and texturing in 3DCoat.
This fall I starded Game Art studies in Belgium and this lovely dribbling skull pumpkin is my first school project. So, more is to come…
Yeah indeed, first post here. The blog isn’t quite ready yet, but is meant to provide news, updates and devnotes about my artistic works and projects. See ya then 🙂