For starters, pixel art are typically categorized into isometric and non-isometric type. Isometric pixel art is created in a near-isometric dimetric projection (i.e. about 30 degrees angle from horizontal), as seen in some old games where they provide a 3D view of scenes. Non-isometric pixel art refers to those that are not isometric, for example, views from top, side, front, bottom or perspective views. Don’t worry, we’ve separated these two categories to provide you with a better understanding of the two kinds of pixel art.
A while ago - December/09 to be more precise - we featured an article showing Super Cool Pixel Art Posters by eBoy. Since I really like pixel art and those three guys, Kai Vermehr, Steffen Sauerteig and Svend Smital - Eboy's team, manage to create amazing stuff, I decided to do a new post about their work! This time around we will show you some of their animations, pixoramas, editorials, toys and other stuff.
Pixel by painstakingly crafted pixel, artists create masterpieces styled as early video game art. Let’s take a look at some of the top pixel art studios and artists that will leave your mouth dripping with wet little squares. Then we’ll review a wide range of beginner to comprehensive pixel art tutorials. And don’t miss all the articles, resources, and collection of other cool stuff to be found in this solid collection of pure pixel love.