Variable colours

All development of pixel art and graphics

Would you like it?

Yay for variable colours!
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89%
Nah, stupid idea.
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5%
I don't really care.
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6%
 
Total votes: 63
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Modanung
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Post by Modanung » 01 Feb 2007, 16:49

Sorry, I had a sudden urge to do another example...
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Only used hue and saturation shifting. The base image is only made up of transparency, pure red (X,0,0) and pure green (0,X,0).
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Post by Fettsack » 02 Feb 2007, 11:18

hi

i just made a small test. hope that helps.
http://horstderbiber.funpic.de/kram/tmw_varcols.rar
source is included

you can test other clothes by replacing the "kimono.png" with yours. the source image needs to be b+w with a very high contrast.
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Post by Crush » 02 Feb 2007, 16:25

...and now again with C++ and both for OpenGL and SDL surfaces and it even has use for us.
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Post by ElvenProgrammer » 02 Feb 2007, 20:12

Nice tool.
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Post by Fungos Bauux » 16 Aug 2007, 16:33

Here is my proposal based in Modanung idea and Ultima Online Palette system.

Please, review the patch and test it:
http://mantis.themanaworld.org/view.php?id=41
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Post by Falcata » 16 Aug 2007, 20:44

You could try an approach similar to Charas.EX. It is a program that makes sprites by combining a body, face, hair, clothes, and accessories. Each component image is imported, and when importing, you can use a color picker tool to define up to 3 different "regions" on the image. When selecting a component image to make a sprite, you can alter the coloration of each region on the component.
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Post by zick » 17 Sep 2007, 05:13

what about using a "cookie" type file on the clients machine that stores a players colorscheme info (and a variety of other stuff) that the server sends when a player enters viewing distance ... that way the server doesn't have to always keep sending it. don't know if this makes an ounce of sense ...
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