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Question for Pixel artists  

Can you adapt to various pixel art styles?

How versatile are you in adapting to different artistic styles, and have you replicated existing game or brand styles before?
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EthanToogood

Pixel artist 1 day ago Contact
In short yes, absolutely.

Although I developed my own personal style, being versatile is Important. I believe brining a unique identity to your work can not only help it stand out but also convey the emotion and feeling you hope to imbue your project with. I pride myself on working meticulously on developing a style that best suits the intended vision.
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ae1996

Pixel artist 9 days ago Contact
I am quite versatile in adapting to different styles within pixel art. It all comes down to analysing the reference images, and figuring out what makes a style a style. Is it flat or shaded? Does it have outlines? Does it have aliasing or smooth gradients? Positing these questions can help narrow down the requirements for a style, as well as analysing how things are abstracted, and figuring out the way in which a style plays with shape and proportion. A lot of the time, this will come with experience and practice, and nothing helps develop your versatility than actually doing!
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Trexrell44

Pixel artist 11 days ago Contact
I'm quite versatile, proficient in creating character animations, UI elements, and tilesets from different perspectives. I take pride in my adaptability to fulfill diverse style requirements that my clients have presented in the past.
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Gangis

Pixel artist 14 days ago Contact
I can adapt to various art styles, working freelance I've had clients require me to work with art styles I hadn't had experience with previously and so far I haven't had anyone deem me unfit to follow their art requirements.

I've worked with isometric, anime-inspired, cutesy, realistic, retro, realism, and horror, I'd be surprised if someone could name one I haven't had a crack at.
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futurosurf

Pixel artist 15 days ago Contact
Yes! Versatility is one of my strengths! I am able to adapt and replicate styles when requested. I have worked with a lot of live streamers/content creators and artists creating assets for them, in that time I have had to cater to their style/theme needs which vary all the time.
Replicating game styles and brand styles is a familiar aspect of my work.

Attached image descriptions:
1. A custom Naruto style animation scene

2. A custom Dead By Daylight animated loading scene

3. Scene of The Going Merry boat from One Piece

4. Character in the style of Ryu from Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo

5. Lightshow design with Mojo Jojo from Powerpuff Girls
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Miguello1980

Pixel artist 15 days ago Contact
Customers often require me to design in the same style as an existing game, usually providing reference images to follow. I have made graphics for platformers, top-down RPGs, isometric strategy games and shooters.
Occasionally I am asked to create other styles of art such as avatars for social media, branding and logo design, poster art and even T-Shirt designs.
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syedahumna56

Pixel artist 15 days ago Contact
Every pixel artist have their own style. But as we learn and follow tutorials, we adapt to the art style of the tutor/mentor. But as we progress, We develop our own style without knowing 😀
I tried replicating the megaman and the street fighter for the few characters in the start when I was in learning phase and tried to learn the anatomy and develop my own style from that.
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KaosMass95

Pixel artist 16 days ago Contact
While I try to maintain my own style, I feel that I do pretty well when it comes to imitating the styles of others. I have done pixel art in the style of Pokemon, Sonic, and Street Fighter. The one to the far right (Knuckles the Echidna) was done in the style of the RPG, Earthbound.
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