The title says it all. This pixel art has about 132,000 blocks in it, and I was working on it since December 8 2018. It's from the characters of Deltarune, and a video of me building the thing can be shown here.
The Meaning of Life, the Universe, and Everything.
The world record for pixel art is currently 1.1 million blocks and was set in 2015, that's a LOT larger than your 132,000 picture. Also, even if you are only counting 2019 then you're going to be eclipsed by the new guy currently making a run at the record with a 2 million block image. A massive pixel art is an impressive feat and you obviously put a lot of work into this but you really don't have any right to claim a world record if you aren't in the Guinness Book of World Records.
Oh yeah. I knew full well that I wasn't taking the world record for the biggest pixel art ever, I was saying that for at least just now, I had the record for the biggest one made in 2019. That's what I meant when I said if was the biggest of 2019. Also dang, yeah I didn't see that video, I guess I won't be the world record for 2019 soon
I did turn off the clouds; the problem is, I play on Minecraft Xbox One Edition, and this was obviously henceforth made on xbox one, so there is only a certain distance you can go before that Minecraft creates an automatic haze, and I can't really do anything about that. But Thanks
That's really cool! Even if you're re-creating an existing image, it must take painstaking effort to match each pixel. My largest creation so far is 256 x 256 at the base (65,536 unit area), but I have nowhere near that level of detail or complexity. (I've featured my Great Pyramid on this board.)