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How to Make 1-Bit Pixel Art

How to Make 1-Bit Pixel Art

Brandon James Greer is a master at creating pixel art. In this tutorial video, he explains some tricks and techniques for working with the most rudimentary of color palettes. 1-bit art embraces the limitations of a low-res monochrome image to focus on composition, patterns, and textures.

Model Citizen

Model Citizen

Filmmaker David James Armsby’s short film drops us into a creepy universe in which families are forced into their monotonous daily routines until they are no longer deemed “pretty” by their robotic overlords. If you enjoyed this dark and dystopian vision, bve sure to watch the rest of the Autodale series.

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The Blank Page

The Blank Page

The consistently amazing animator Jake Fried is back with another incredible work, meticulously hand-illustrated using ink and Wite-Out on paper. The images in “The Blank Page” take us on a wild journey through the artist’s mind, and the wonder of creative possibilities.

Trailer Time Warp: The Batman

Trailer Time Warp: The Batman

YouTuber Journey’s End celebrates the 30th anniversary of Tim Burton’s Batman by giving it a retro-style black and white trailer reminiscent of the crime dramas of the 1930s and 1940s. The addition of music from The Big Sleep and Double Indemnity completes the effect. Here’s the rare original trailer for comparison.

LEGO Steamboat Willie

LEGO Steamboat Willie

Building on szabomat90’s LEGO Ideas design, this fantastic kit is based on the boat from Mickey Mouse’s debut cartoon, Walt Disney’s 1928 classic Steamboat Willie. The 721-piece model measures over 10″ long when complete, and includes new Mickey and Minnie figures.

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