These nerds are out to get you! The final ghost group is nearing completion. (Its never complete as I have OCD).
Working on a flash game using some old school pixels and modifying some open sourced actionscript. Never attempted pixel art before so, all round it is a fun challenge.
Colors might need balancing (more vivid) but, I will tackle that later on. Each of these little guys has tons of frames of animation with blinking eyes, swaying fins etc... I'm having fun with that :). There are several different states for these guys as well, normal, or when a power pill is active...then flashing as it comes to an end. Due to the nature of the game, there is a need for small character icons and larger 'HD' ones.
Not sure when I will release it, certainly plenty of tweaks to be done to the characters, but when I do it will come as an epic download including icons for Windows and Mac as well as the game itself and a desktop, iOS wallpapers and more. Aiming for a very fun package once complete.
over 2 years ago
this made me happy.
so cute it made me smile.
For a first timer in pixel art, this is superb
IMA IN LOVE!!
They are totaly so cute!! ^—^
by David McLeod
Watch them animated via the attachment above! (previously hosted on my Flickr account)
Part of the flash game I am producing, I need the ghosts to have a 'power-pill' state and I always wondered what a ghost would look like if you put it under an x-ray.... now we know!
I wanted this 'power-pill' state to be more sinister and evil as well (in comparison with the rest)... as everything is very cute-sy during the rest of the game... fun contrast I hope.
Oh and the little toggle switch isn't part of the game, it is just a little tool or switch for me test the frames of animation and to switch between the x-ray version and the 'normal' versions of the ghosts at will.
over 2 years ago
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