Halberd & Lochaber Axe

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Re: Halberd & Lochaber Axe

Post by EJlol » 04 Jun 2008, 10:55

Try to make the blade a bit more round, instead of using straight lines.
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Re: Halberd & Lochaber Axe

Post by Atmolaguuna » 04 Jun 2008, 11:41

Like this? It seems rounder to me... But it also looks like it has a chipped edge.

EDIT: Attached 'default' Halberd...
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Re: Halberd & Lochaber Axe

Post by EJlol » 04 Jun 2008, 13:12

To fix that you have to use a program that can draw with an alpha channel. Most users here use GIMP while I use Paint .net. Both of these programs are free and can draw with an alpha channel. Now you delete the white background, after that you draw with alpha 127 a pixel at the place were the holes are:

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Re: Halberd & Lochaber Axe

Post by Atmolaguuna » 05 Jun 2008, 07:33

...No, I lost you, but it looks like you used a lighter shade of grey and covered up the chips... Erm, might come in handy someday... :roll:

Anyway, I need to improve my lochaber axe, as it looks... dull...


EDIT: Okay, I've revised my lochaber axe and....

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What do you think? Better or worse than the last one?
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Re: Halberd & Lochaber Axe

Post by Dawn » 12 Jun 2008, 10:39

It's getting better. :)
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Re: Halberd & Lochaber Axe

Post by Atmolaguuna » 14 Jun 2008, 02:20

I think they need decorations of some kind, but I'm out of ideas, and they seem too dull to me, in simple steel. Any ideas?
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