As I wrote in my last post, pixelart is new to me. To get more adept and to figure out a style for me, I decided to do more practice pieces. It is also a fun and fast way to do fanart, which I also have been craving for awhile. And fanart is a good way to learn new techniques or solve design problems because you don't have to invent new things, you can immediately skip to the interpretation and figure out aesthetics. It turns out, doing pixel art is a pretty delicate endaevor, more like building stuff with Lego bricks, where every brick you add or subtract makes the a huge change in the overall message. Stay tuned for more.