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Frequently asked questions
What Is a 2D Art Style?
2D game art is based on flat figures and objects. The objects have two dimensions – height and width. Draw a rectangle on a piece of paper without giving it any depth. 2D art is the result of drawing those four lines together. To turn a 2D object into a 3D object, you need to add a bit of depth to the shapes.
There are different types of 2D art. Choosing one depends on the game you want to create, its genre, mood, etc. Here are some of the popular 2D art styles:
- 2D Pixel Art. The word “pixel” means a square that, together with other pixels, forms a larger object. Super Mario is a great example of pixel art.
- Minimalist Art. Clear lines, flat colors, and little to no extraneous clutter are common in games with this type of 2D art. BoxBoy + BoxGirl is a game series with minimalist art.
- Doodle Art. Doodle art is, by nature, a free-hand form of art. Doodle art games, like the Doodle Jump, typically feature wavy lines and asymmetrical body parts, which may give the game its own personality.
- Flat Art. This 2D art style presents elements in games without volume and depth. In flat games, assets are typically constructed using single-color blocks. Pikuniku is a popular flat art game.
- Cutout Art. These games feature 2D sprites that seem to have been cut from a sheet of paper. Paper Mario is among the most popular cutout art games.
- Vector Art. To generate graphics and illustrations made of curves, lines, and points, artists apply mathematical formulas in vector art. The legendary arcade game Asteroids is created using a vector art style that has a far cleaner appearance than other types of 2D game art.
- Monochromatic Art. Monochromatic games typically stand out by using white, black, and grey colors almost exclusively. They can also use a very small range of colors outside of these three. Limbo is a good example of this type of 2D art.
Stepico artists have broad experience with creating 2D game art for every taste. Tell us your idea, and we’ll choose the art style that’ll fit your game and implement it using the latest technologies!
How Much Time Does the First 2D Sketch Take?
It all depends on the complexity of the project, the number of elements, etc. On average, it takes about a week for our team to create the first sketches for 2D art.
After the sketch, we’ll choose the color composition for your game. We will choose your game’s value, hue, saturation, and temperature as well as a bunch of other necessary characteristics. After going through all the preparation processes, we will render the artwork in its final form with all the finishing touches.
With all aspects combined, your video game will become a worthy rival to the world’s top 20. Contact us to get started on creating captivating 2D game art for your game!
Why Choose a 2D Game Art Outsourcing Studio?
The appeal of 2D art outsourcing lies in saving your time and unloading the processes within your company. It’s also about flexibility and saving money, as you’ll have a team of 2D artists on-demand only, not having to worry about their maintenance during the low season.
Last but not least, outsourcing your game to a professional 2D game art studio will bring a new perspective to your project. You can work with a group of highly skilled 2D artists who will produce exclusive and stunning 2D art from scratch for you. All that is required is for you to share the general idea and agree on its implementation. Then the group of 2D art company will take care of everything.