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Re: Tank top

Post by fate » 18 Jul 2008, 08:46

Hi,

deleted some stray pixels. Does this one work?
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Re: Tank top

Post by Saphy » 18 Jul 2008, 15:42

It looks better now, but still, there are some places that may make more sense to have an outline. For example:

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Also, in some frames at the bottom left corner, it is brighter than neccessary especially since the arm in front would be casting umbra.

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Re: Tank top

Post by Crush » 18 Jul 2008, 15:45

Did you really repixel the lower half of the shirts?

You could just have copied the lower portion of the normal cotton shirts, because I created the short tops by shortening them.
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Re: Tank top

Post by fate » 19 Jul 2008, 07:57

Saphy,

both points made sense, though in the particular image you picked the outline was shadowed by the hand's outline so that it made sense not to have it visible (I think). That being said, I found several instances where an outline was clearly missing.

Crush, your point is valid-- I simply hadn't considered just copying from there. I re-did the back part of the graphics starting from a piece that I pasted from the regular shirt now, changing the texture around a little (it's boring if it looks the same except for being cropped).

The backside is again mostly dithered. Here are the results:
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Re: Tank top

Post by Saphy » 21 Jul 2008, 03:20

I maybe just my eyes playing tricks on me, but the bottom outlines of the back views/frames seem a little too dark now :p
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Re: Tank top

Post by fate » 21 Jul 2008, 04:02

Saphy,

good catch! I had been using a lighter outline than Crush used for his normal shirts everywhere else, so the `walking north' animation had its outline darkened too much as a result of my copying. Thank you! :-)
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Now I should return to the battle skirt, though I think that I will leave out the sitting parts until the new playerset sitting frames have been finalised.

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