It mostly ends up with me drawing some character I really like from another game or me just finding one of my characters and making my own armour for them so that they fit my ideal image of them. I'm... Ok? With this level of pixel art, I usually do traditional and I'm planning to make a transition to digital art soon so on a side note, when transitioning to digital art from traditional is there any technique to make it easier? Or do I have to learn how to draw all over again.... Which would suck. ANYWAYS, HERE. (Look down) Futa Welsh: This is Futa Welsh, she's from a different game and she spawned with power armour. So I changed around the human's pioneer chest plate and the legs I more or less improvised on. You'll notice that she has one little pixel near her eye, I don't usually do that but there was just no way I could do that without breaking the 3x3 pixel rule. Her hair is extremely similar to the human's female 1st hairstyle, that's because it is except I just made it fit her more. Torlax Thorns: This is one of my characters in Starbound, I perceive him as a laid-back bounty hunter who basically only goes for the big-shot criminals. He has a kevlar vest on, with a golden bounty hunter badge, a belt with a lead buckle that has a golden finish. (The edges got all messed up and I can't remember why, so don't ask). I basically just added my own personal touch to his outfit, the rest goes to chucklefish. I had about 3 more, another Floran, a Novakid, and a Glitch but I kinda lost them. (Again, I literally can't remember). So that's practically all I can do with pixel art. Back to the question beforehand, I need some kind of technique to transition into digital art. I was going to use a drawing pad instead of just mouse and such but I really think that's not all there is to it. I'm good at drawing and I've been building up my skill for more than a couple years now but since art seems to be going more technologically forward I think it's about time for me to move on ahead too, I just need to know how.