I'd love to see what the dribbble community can come up with inside set constraints:
Create something using a total of 100 black pixels.
about 3 years ago
only 100 black pixels? Or can we use other colours, as long as it includes only 100 black?
A total of 100 black pixels (or less), no other colours or pixels.
by Aral Balkan
Rendered in browser, using a simple API over Canvas that I'm working on.
about 3 years ago
by Ian Tearle
Uploaded with Coaches Loupe.
by Sean Flanagan
You got it.
by Matt D. Smith
by Scott Weber
by Richard Young
by Clay Cauley
"black" is written with 50 pixels ... the rest are to the side.
by Ian Thomas
by Dustin Senos
Wanted to attempt to create something which may convey emotion within the bounds of 100px.
by Erin E. Sullivan
Only used 75 pixels. Shit.
by Koen van Emden
My entry for the 100 pixel black playoff.
by Oliver Twardowski
Document and Pen Icon. Made out of exactly 100 black pixels. :)
by Connor Gillette
Okay, only 90 but I think this looks pretty cool.
Great idea Dustin!
by Louis Gubitosi
rebound of @Dustin Senos' 100 Black Pixel challenge
by Greg Eckler
Decided to do 100 pixels for a cause: http://dribbble.com/shots/118787-Project-Love-Kristina-100-Pixel-Style
by Steve Miele
Such a miniscule level!
by Xerxes Irani
by Nate Ernst
Scale is difficult and so are curved edges. Moved the knobs from a Fender Jazzmaster to help them make sense.
by Michel Bozgounov
Count them if you like, but here are exactly 100 pixels of the purest breed, the best and most dark #000 color, and with the most perfect rectangular shape!
(And looks like I've just made my first pixel font... ;-)
Also, my 100 pixels come with full documentation:
(1) If you want to count the little ones? No problems, check the zoomed-in version (screen).
(2) If you want to see the pixel matrix? Check the matrix-enabled version (screen).
(3) And if you want to play with the editable Fireworks PNG, download the 100-px-is-cool.fw.png file (editable PNG)!
by Serdar Ozyigit
I'm gonna get married soon. (Exactly 100 pixels, yeah!)
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