THESE ARE SO COOL. Once I get paid I'm totally getting one. What program do you use, if you don't mind me asking?
I've been doing tiny pixel sprites and creating isometric pixel rooms for a few years and decided to open up commissions!
You can place your order in this thread. For characters I only need a clear reference image, for rooms please fill out the form. Payment has to be made upfront through paypal after I have confirmed your order. Please provide your email so I can sent an invoice. I work on commissions 4 days a week (Mon/Wed/Thu/Fri) and my turnaround time is usually within a week. If there is a cue and I need more time I will let you know before accepting payment, so you can decide if you want to go through with the commission.
Ever wanted to show off where your OC lives? You came to the right place! I offer two sizes, a small room for $6 and a big room for $10. You can pick what type of room you'd like and provide a color scheme as well as any don'ts you may have. It's possible to order a character sprite at the same time and have it placed in your room at no additional cost, just let me know.
Room size: small/large
Type of room: bedroom/living room/kitchen/bathroom
Theme and/or colors: (you can leave it up to me, you can name colors or you can link to a palette and/or moodboard)
Floor preference: carpet/wood/tiles/linoleum/no preference
Anything you really don't want:
Paypal email for the invoice:
Examples are below. So far I've mostly had orders for large rooms and bedrooms, but I also included a small room, living room and kitchen I previously made.
Each tiny pixel sprite is between 35 and 75 pixels tall. One will cost $4. I am most experienced with humanoid characters, but am willing to do anthro/furry characters, object heads etc. Unfortunately no feral characters for now.
Examples are below, organised from newest to oldest. You can click on them to see the original reference image.
JennArt I look forward to it! And I use GIMP, basically anything that allows layers and transparancy works. I used to use MS Paint, but a few years ago I got into colored adoptables and needed something with layers, at that time GIMP was one of the best and easiest free programs available. Nowadays there are many better things available, but I like to stick to what I know XD
Thanks! I really have a hard time finding programs for pixel art. I haven't used GIMP in years, I guess it's time to redownload!