[WIP] Japanese interior tileset

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[WIP] Japanese interior tileset

Post by arikel » 28 Nov 2010, 16:56

Yet another tileset i started working on...
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Re: [WIP] Japanese interior tileset

Post by Reid » 28 Nov 2010, 18:31

GNIAN!!

I love, its awesome :o

PS: I needed an indoor tileset, continue it :3
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Re: [WIP] Japanese interior tileset

Post by AxlTrozz » 30 Nov 2010, 13:43

A good start, advise, Since the japanese walls are made from paper, there are reflections and shadows of plants and ornaments, perhaps you could try something like that.

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Re: [WIP] Japanese interior tileset

Post by salmondine » 11 Dec 2010, 00:04

Maybe these might fit in?
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Image Some of the pottery is quite large, but might work in an oriental themed tile set...oh yeah its all my work and can be used anyway you want.
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Re: [WIP] Japanese interior tileset

Post by nmaligec » 16 Dec 2010, 07:24

I really nice tileset. Will you add doors/openings? A low table and futon beds would be cool too.

Salmondine: For the pottery, if you add some floral patterns it would fit right into the Japanese theme. just google Japanese vase images to see what I mean. It would be totally awesome if you pulled off something like the stained glass windows you did.
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Re: [WIP] Japanese interior tileset

Post by arikel » 22 Dec 2010, 04:05

Sure i plan to add entrances, exits, stairs, and pieces of furniture, beds, tables and stuff... It might take some time though, cause i also started to think about the matching exterior tileset... Thanks for the suggestions.
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