35 Uses for Pixel Art

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1. Handheld Consoles

2. User Interface

3. Web Design

4. Icons

5. Compressed Graphics

6. Casino Games

7. Brochures

8. Forms

9. Collectibles 

10. Toys

11. Murals

12. Scaled Graphics

13. Isometric Blueprints

14. Buttons

15. Stickers

16. Animation

17. HUD

18. Intros

19. Outros

20. Education

21. Music Videos

22. Pattern Design

23. Advertising 

24. Blogging 

25. Comics

26. Clothing Design

27. 2.5 Dimensional environments 

28. Browser games

29. PC Games

30. Avatars

31. Canvases

32. Caricatures 

33. Editing

34. Tabletop Games

35. Models

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Two New Old Videos

I moved two videos that I actually wanted to keep from my old YouTube account over to my present account.

I’ve never mentioned them before, but since they’re the latest uploads, I’ve added both cartoon videos to the ‘Videos’ page.

For the lazy:

Dear Parents & Education Directors

There is a growing need for educational media in today’s world. Consider the uses and applications cartoons can provide not only for children, but for anyone including you.

Cartoons? Yes. Cartoon animation is the most effective means of portraying anything visual to children. The cost of animation is substantially less than creating a live-action replica.

There are so many distractions in the world for children to absorb, but if you really want to make any difference, you have to put some alternative out there.

Wouldn’t it be great if there were someone putting out cartoons every week on behalf of the parents and educators who want to offer alternatives for like-minded parents and teachers? 

There could be.

Anyone interested in making this happen? I happen to be a cartoonist and motion designer.

By making education entertaining, kids will love to learn.

Let’s Build an Art Empire Step by Step

We could all just sit here and wish for our problems to go away.

We could all just pretend someone else is solving our problems and we’re just waiting on them.

We could, but nothing is ever going to change in our favor if we leave everything up to other people.

There are people who might not be the most talented or intelligent, but they are out there being productive. They are making money because they are producing something beneficial to society.

What is the first step? The first step to solving any equation is to break it down into something you can work on.

I’m one person, but together, you and I are two people, and if you add in that guy over there, we have three people. If we can get enough artists to support the art empire network idea from the last post, we can crowdsource and create the new default for art networking! 

If it doesn’t happen, it’s because there isn’t a demand. If it does happen, THANK THE ENTIRE ART COMMUNITY!

Comment / Share if you’re on board!