Animate their art using key frames, big motions, little motions, and motion blurs
Students will need access to a computer and the internet
This course teaches the basics for creating video game pixel art. Students will learn about shapes, values, edges, color theory, creating a basic palette, and animation.
If you are new to art or pixel art and want to create better art for your indie games then this course is for you.
It will take roughly 8 hours to complete this course.
This course contains step by step video lectures, quizzes for important section information, and challenges to help students improve their pixel art outside of the video lectures. Practice is key in art and you will get a good amount of practice as you complete this course.
This course will strengthen your foundations in art and pixel art. It will build your confidence in your art and give you the information you need to continue improving your pixel art even after completing the course.
Who this course is for:
This course is for anyone looking to learn more about pixel art
This course is designed to help people who don't see themselves as being artistic
This course is especially good for new indie game designers looking to improve the visuals of their games
This course is NOT for experienced pixel artists
Rating: 5.0 out of 5a year ago
This course is incredible! I've loved the pixel art style of games for years, and I tried my hand at it a few times, but I was never happy with the results. But I'm hooked on this course and I've already made some awesome sprites with him and I'm super motivated to continue and make sprites of my own!
His lessons are super easy to follow, he's clear and easy to understand, and he has you making sprites in no time at all! Definitely check this out if you're at all interested in pixel art!
Game Maker, Game Designer, GameMaker User, and Teacher
4.5 Instructor Rating
I'm dedicated to turning my students into game developers. Teaching game development is my passion and my full time job. My courses are positive, relaxing, and jam-packed with information. If you are a young, aspiring, indie developer, you are in the right place!