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Style guide - RenaTurnip's Icons by Pix3M Style guide - RenaTurnip's Icons by Pix3M
Something I made for fun since there's this contest: [link]. Ok'd by *RenaTurnip herself :thumbsup:

Just be aware that style is something that can change overtime as we add and drop some aspects from time to time.
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Petya14 Jun 19, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
i finished it,check it out:[link]
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Petya14 Jun 19, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'll try to make one.
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AC-whiteraven Feb 21, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
question about the color pallet, is there a limit to how many colors you can use? and does it depend on the size of the picture?
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Pix3M Feb 21, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Doesn't matter. It's more important that you don't use automatic tools to create hundreds of them while you're not keeping track. The thing is that when people do use non-traditional tools in pixel art, they tend to create an enormous color count.
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You know, curious question here. Does the shading classify as cel shading? If it does, then I think I've got a much better grasp of the concept than I initially thought I did, but it's something I hadn't really considered until reading over the notes again.

I ask specifically because one thing I have often considered is how well my shading technique might apply to drawn art. If what I do is similar to actual cel shading then maybe there'd be hope for me in that field after all.
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Pix3M Feb 3, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
I called it cel-shaded style because it uses a very solid color for a shadow. While it doesn't use any fancy intermediate shades for super-precise shading, it is surprisingly accurate to reality if you really know how lighting works. The moon for example is very cel-shaded because there's only one light source. Usually lighting gets super complicated with a zillion reflected light sources so you don't usually see the cel-shading effect all the time.
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That's good to know, really. Thank you for that :o
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Star--Sprout Feb 2, 2013  Student General Artist
Looking over this, I was more accuratewoth my icon than I thiugh I was ^^; I think I made too many light lines on my pony though.
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tessiursa Feb 1, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I see my pony. :eyes:
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