Snake and Konjak did a Wario Land and Princess Daisy mockup respectively, so I couldn’t stay behind.
I started this at the end of 2014 and finally got around to finishing it This taught me a lot about all the different aspects of game art, and it allowed me to put everything I’ve learned during Nuclear Throne into something that was a bit higher resolution.
So yeah, this is what I would make a Sonic game look like if I was given the opportunity. It’s heavily inspired by Sonic Advance 2, which is my favourite Sonic game, along with the overall aesthetic of games like Sonic CD and Knuckles’ Chaotix.
I might at some point animate Sonic’s runcycle and the Starpost (the wings flip around the red ring when you run past it, so that they end up right way up), and perhaps the Mosqui’s flying. For now though, I need to take a break from this one, haha!
More distractions from drawing tilesets… wait I drew up a brand new tileset just for this mockup, oops. I think the style I used for the Iron King is way too different compared to the rest of the sprites and tiles. I also wanted to animate everything, but that’d take up some time that could be better used on drawing stuff for a game I’d make.
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