mostly pixel

Boy do I not like it when I see my art edited and cropped and used as RP icons without my permission. Really kinda grinds my gears.

Look, fellas, you wanna use my art? You ask me. I’m not against it, but for Pete’s sake, you still shouldn’t go editing other people’s art! Like, c'mon, that’s SUPER rude!

ESPECIALLY IF you don’t have permission! I don’t care what it’s for, it’s still you taking my art!

happy pokemon day everyone!! we’ve come a long way since generation 1, and i cant wait for future generations for even bigger adventures!! :3

anonymous asked:

Because people are different I guess ... I mostly like pixel art for how it looks, no matter how it's done!! Could you "pixelate" maybe the black hat picture or the one of the red clothes girl? (I really liked those <3). I'd try myself but I can't read the kanji(?) ;;

No problem! Here’s the result of red clothes girl after using the app. :DD 

The black hat one didn’t turn out good so I’ll just skip it. heh

[anonymous requested: ‘Oh! That’s nice to hear! :) Could I please request a gif of “mostly void, partially stars” where at first it’s just black but then there are more and more stars? Or maybe pixelized (?) cecilos that could be used as an icon? Artist’s choice! :) Thanks so much in advance! :)’]

jeremy was last seen … looking out the window at the sky (mostly void, partially stars).

Well, here you go! For @dailyshinycutiefly! I may not be the best at digital art, but I have a lot of experience with Pixel Art! (Mostly small stuff…) So, I decided to make this! Have a great night to all of you reading this!

If you don’t want an outline, here! I might add some animations to this some time. Sorry these images aren’t very big, but if anyone knows how to make them bigger, feel free to speak up! (Again, good night!)

anonymous asked:

Sorry if this has already been answered before but what program do you use to create your art?

I mostly use Pixaki, a pixel app for iPad.

But since I don’t do super complex animations/spriting/game design, what I do can be accomplished with pretty much any raster (that is, not vector) drawing program.

My very first pixel art was done in Superpaint on an ancient macintosh! (That’s probably not helpful information for you, but I just took a trip down memory lane.)

Anyway, I like Pixaki a lot.