Neat Minecraft Fan Art Features 1-Bit Versions of The Game’s Mobs

Minecraft’s world is one filled with interesting mobs that typically either strike fear in players or are neutral to a player’s existence. The game has been around for so long that many of these mobs have become easily recognizable and players have made countless tributes to them. In a recent example of this, one Minecraft player showed off their own version of some of the game’s most memorable mobs.

Minecraft is the best-selling video game of all time and features numerous creatures that have been a part of the game’s sandbox world for years. Pixel art, the art style chosen for this creation, uses square pixels to digitally create an image.


This fan art creation comes from Reddit user Pixel_lasha, and they show off an amazing 3×3 image of some of Minecraft’s mobs. In the top row they have recreated a Guardian, a Strider, and one of the game’s latest additions, the Axolotl. In the middle row, they show off a Mushroom Cow, a Warden, and a Shulker. To finish this set of nine, the bottom row features a Piglin with an axe, a Bee, and an Iron Golem. The artist has recreated these mobs in a 1-bit art style which means that these normally colorful creatures are black and white. Even though they are just made up of pixels and without color, these mobs are still just as recognizable as they are in the game. Especially impressive is Minecraft‘s latest challenging enemy the Warden, which is prominently featured in the center of this artwork.

The mobs of Minecraft have seen themselves featured in plenty of player creations, but this one adds an interesting new look at some classic designs. The game relies on a relatively stripped-down art style and this artist’s turn towards pixels and the contrast of black and white work really well.

There are plenty of interesting mobs in the world of Minecraft, especially since the recent Caves and Cliffs update came to the game. New additions such as the Axolotl, Goats, and the Warden bring a new flavor to some of the game’s biomes and help reinvigorate the world.

Then again, there are likely Minecraft players who were looking for even more from the game’s developers. While there have been neutral and hostile mobs added in, it is easy to see that some might have expected even more creatures to interact with because this update to Minecraft was split into two parts. Either way, this player showed off some of the game’s best mobs in a cool new way.

Minecraft is available now for Mobile, PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

Source: Gamerant

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