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Re: [WIP] New Desert Tileset

Post by Matt » 01 Feb 2012, 17:50

Awesome! :shock:
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Re: [WIP] New Desert Tileset

Post by skipy » 28 Feb 2012, 10:06

was asked :) ...so here you go. just a fast edit ...if this is not what is needed let me know.--skipy
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Re: [WIP] New Desert Tileset

Post by Len » 24 May 2013, 12:20

Is there any point in renewing development on this tileset, was it decided that this one was not appropriate for the game or something?
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Re: [WIP] New Desert Tileset

Post by Chicka-Maria » 24 May 2013, 13:33

Len wrote:Is there any point in renewing development on this tileset, was it decided that this one was not appropriate for the game or something?

I wanted to use it for here: http://forums.themanaworld.org/viewtopi ... =8&t=16158

But I am still not sure what was decided from it for changing all Tulimshar graphics to it.

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Re: [WIP] New Desert Tileset

Post by wushin » 24 May 2013, 15:44

Well I kinda finished it another way for Tulimshar mines. (art by Len, Wushin, or from Caves, Docks & crypt)
Chances are I could also finish it for desert cliffs as well.
Attached is a WIP of what could be outdoor cliffs. (granted some work and removal would need to be done.
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Re: [WIP] New Desert Tileset

Post by Chicka-Maria » 28 May 2013, 23:44

wushin wrote:Back on topic. Chika-maria I plan on separating the mine from the scaffolding and making 4 sets indoor and outdoor mine and indoor outdoor scaffolding. Both will be cc-by-sa-3.0 and gplv2 unless they are completed after the impending cc-by-sa-3 switch. They will be freely available to any project for any use under those licenses. Len and/or your and/or anyone else is welcome to complete these tiles as well. All I care about is replacing the current cave tileset..
When approved and finished I could definitely think of things to use it for. :alt-6:
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Re: [WIP] New Desert Tileset

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Re: [WIP] New Desert Tileset

Post by wushin » 07 Jun 2013, 20:31

What I made this desert set into.
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Re: [WIP] New Desert Tileset

Post by wushin » 07 Jun 2013, 20:33

Cave Part II all this still WIP GPLV2 and CC-by-sa3 good lord contact me for the epic novel that is the authors editors.
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Re: [WIP] New Desert Tileset

Post by Nard » 16 Jun 2013, 09:50

I reworked len's Tiles, rotated colors and I replace now grass with sand. There are some color and probably many other errors to be corrected. I prefer the more contrasted version at the bottom. Maybe it will give you a couple of ideas.
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Re: [WIP] New Desert Tileset

Post by Len » 18 Jun 2013, 16:16

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You removed most of the color variation from the set, so now everything is essentially the same hue making visually boring and flat.

Here's a very, very, very crappy edit to demonstrate a better color choice
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Re: [WIP] New Desert Tileset

Post by Nard » 18 Jun 2013, 18:12

Len wrote:Image
You removed most of the color variation from the set, so now everything is essentially the same hue making visually boring and flat.

Here's a very, very, very crappy edit to demonstrate a better color choice
I don't like your crappy color choice and prefer mine. I wanted brown rocks not grey ones, I Changed small rock's color until I got something something I like. And yes I have tones in close hues, it is totally intentional. These look like what I had in mind:
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Re: [WIP] New Desert Tileset

Post by Matt » 18 Jun 2013, 21:08

Too much drama Nard, too much drama.
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Re: [WIP] New Desert Tileset

Post by Nard » 18 Jun 2013, 22:40

Matt wrote:Too much drama Nard, too much drama.
No drama from my side here. If len feels I rape his work, he has the right to say it. I'll spend my time somewhere else, that's all. I just think there are ways to say things a bit more kindly.
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Re: [WIP] New Desert Tileset

Post by straelyn » 19 Jun 2013, 00:26

Don't take this the wrong way Len, but don't be such a prick. I'd like to see by what definition of the word "honor", that his mod of your artwork damages in any way. The man has a vision, why not just let him roll with it. It's not as if he photoshopped a copy of the mona lisa into a giant dildo or something.
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