Monday, May 28, 2007

Navy Openhouse 2007 Poster



Sok kuan, Thalia and I did this pixel art poster for the Navy Openhouse. We also did a location map and a bunch of icons for the project. At the time, all three of us were dreaming in pixels and 32 bit colors.



8 comments:

mindflyer 小飞人 said...

Wow!! More mad illustrators with crazy attention to details!!!

Very scary and super NICE :)

Well Done!!

sei-ji rakugaki said...

lovely piece! Mmm..is there a trend for pixel art now..i wonder, cos SIM had some cool pixelart for their new publicity as well.;)

kuanth said...

so are you still seeing pixel and 32 bit colour now? this piece is amazing! u guys are crazy!

sokkuan said...

big thanks to Ari and Thalia! thru this collaboration, i have finally learned how to do pixel art! it's fun but not when there are too many to pixelise! anyway, it's a pleasant collaboration! ('u')

drewscape said...

insane! insane! well done!

ari said...

Thanks all! Yeah, it was quite a lot of tedious work. Luckily Sokkuan is a fast learner. Pixel art had been around since the beginning of web design back in the late 90's. Don't' know why all of the sudden it's now come in Singapore. Originally pixel art is a drawing style for making illust files smaller for online use. Combining isometric drawing and a pixel's 1x1 building block, its like making lego structures. Good for showing details subjectively.

eeshaun said...

very nice!!!!!

Sonnybunni said...

very cool! :p you guys should do a comic using this style - if your keen let me know, i'm putting together an anthology featuring southeast asian artists.

email me at:sonny123@singnet.com.sg