I have been working on a few social media notification graphics for Mercer Creek Church. I’ve been attempting to learn and grow in order to deliver the desired graphics style requested by the client.
It was my first time making Cheermotes, and this is the result! Rifkin of BaseTrade, Starcraft commentator fame desired a very retro pixel style. Each Cheermote concept was his requested content. I tried to maintain the pixel vibe, but realized pure pixel art might not read well for the intended application, so I used a hybrid of pixel animations (produced in photoshop) and motion graphics (using Animate CC, formerly Flash). I feel the results turned out well.
My first mini project using the Tiled application was an enjoyable experience. A friend of mine made a multiplayer PvP top down shooter game with a html 5 platform. He had several placeholder graphics that I was able to re-skin to give the game it’s own unique flavor. See the original screen capture below for comparison.
These assets were used for a Casino as a way to update some of the look and feel of their promotions and table print outs. The project was far and away from what I usually work on. In the end, though the project was very fun and I was able to learn many more interesting techniques in creating fun designs for print of online assets.