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itens that I created

Posted: 03 Feb 2007, 19:17
by danielsums
I have one doubts…
which would be PROPORTIONAL the maximum resolution for tmw in:

helmets
shields
gloves
armor
weapons
boot
legs
and others itens...
obs: some itens are diagonal and vertical
it could help to me developer ?

why I am creating itens to see if you approve

they wait… do not go to repent itself… I am giving the final touch

ty

Posted: 03 Feb 2007, 19:31
by Matt
Could you rephrase your question please?

Posted: 04 Feb 2007, 01:04
by Cosmostrator
have one doubts…
which would be PROPORTIONAL the maximum resolution for tmw in:
Translation:
I have one question... What is the maximum size for TMW for the following item sprites?
obs: some itens are diagonal and vertical
I noticed some items are diagonal and some are vertical.
it could help to me developer ?
Having this information would help me develop my artwork.
why I am creating itens to see if you approve
I am making these items to see if you approve of my artwork.
they wait… do not go to repent itself… I am giving the final touch
I am still working on them, I have not given up, I am working on the final touches.

Daniesums the info you are asking for should be in the WIKI under the art section.
Can't wait to see what you come up with, and don't worry if your first version isn't accepted at first.
-Cosmostrator

Posted: 04 Feb 2007, 07:47
by Crush
It's written items, not itens. Why are almost all Brazilians doing this error? Does the letter M not exist in the portugese language?

my doubt

Posted: 04 Feb 2007, 11:01
by danielsums
it forgives me for my errors.. I am not perfect

coming back to the subject...

one example: I want to know if accepted you a helmet of resolution 20x28 and a shield of resolution 30x30

accepted you items with in maximum 30x30 of resolution?

ty

Posted: 04 Feb 2007, 11:35
by i

:D

Posted: 04 Feb 2007, 11:49
by danielsums
thank you
I go to make more items...

Re: :D

Posted: 04 Feb 2007, 21:29
by yosuhara
danielsums wrote:thank you
I go to make more items...
perhaps it would be better if u show us something before u'll do those "final touches"... so we can say if you're heading the right way..

It's more effective than redoing whole finished piece. Just in case if something goes wrong...