For some time now I’ve been doing a few pixelart animations for Wings of Justice, an indie Fantasy Role-playing Game being developed by Mighty Mufflon Games.
It’s been a hell of a ride, jumping out of the comfort zone, mostly animating at a higher resolution than I am usually used to, for the combat sprites, and then adapting it to lower resolution versions for the general game view.
I confess that while working on the sprites my love/hate relationship with animation can sometimes become a pain… however, once it is done, there is a peculiar feeling of satisfaction to see a drawing come to life.
Below are a few of the animations done for this project.
An attempt at an historical reconstruction of the original facade of the old S.Domingos monastery, in the center of Porto.
– Illustration commissioned by Nuno Cruz, author of the portuguese blog dedicated to the History of Porto, “A Porta Nobre” (https://aportanobre.blogspot.pt).
Ilustração para o NMAA – Núcleo Museológico de Arqueologia de Afife, em Viana do Castelo, representando num friso o Paleolítico, Neolítico, Cultura Castreja e Romanização.
Illustration commissioned for the Afife’s Archaeology Center Museum (Viana do Castelo – Portugal), depicting the timeline for Paleolithic, Neolithic, Iron age’s “Castro Culture” and Romanization.
Remember the February Collab? I’ve just finished gathering up the self-portraits sent to me and here’s the group picture:
It turned out to be a nice mixture between digital and traditional media. Was a bit tricky to arrange everything in a cohesive order so I’ve opted to greyscale everything to bring some unity to the whole group. But below are the original artworks as they dropped in my mailbox. A big thanks to Marek Jarocki, SomePX, Leandro Valente, Pigo Lin, Pin and Sam for contributing with their creativity.
Expect more collaborations in the following months and hope you can all participate!
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