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.