Present my first tileset

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Present my first tileset

Post by GallaZ » 27 Jun 2005, 22:11

Hi..
I present to you my first work in 'tiles'. Based in 'tiles' of the desert.

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TODO TileSet
- Doors
- Rivers
- Bridges
- Houses
- Shops
- Ways asphalting
- Gardens
- General ornamentarie

I hope you like... bye.

Sry, my inglish is very bad :S.
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Post by Magick » 27 Jun 2005, 22:36

Nice but please post the individual tile's. Thanks.

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Post by ElvenProgrammer » 27 Jun 2005, 22:49

Really nice grass and wall
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Post by GallaZ » 27 Jun 2005, 23:08

Thnx ^^
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Post by Rotonen » 28 Jun 2005, 01:50

The grass is (obviously) too tiled, but the texture on the wall seems really dynamic. Nice. (Keep up the good work, although I'd suggest for you to concentrate on desert scenery.)
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Post by GallaZ » 28 Jun 2005, 08:31

Yes, my tileset it is concentrate in the desert scenary.
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Post by Modanung » 28 Jun 2005, 11:04

I think he meant you should draw tiles that would fit in a desert enviroment.
And I don't see anything that's really new in your work, all I can say is... well... it looks nice, but you mostly just colourised the existing tiles. I can also say that I like the colours you used in the grass.

Rotonen, how many grasstiles do we have now, by the way? Did you count them? :roll:
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Post by Rotonen » 28 Jun 2005, 12:00

I'm only counting the ones with the infamous "Rotonen approved" stamp and the official count is.. Let me check.. 0..
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Post by Modanung » 28 Jun 2005, 12:00

I think he meant you should draw tiles that would fit in a desert enviroment.
And I don't see anything that's really new in your work, all I can say is... well... it looks nice, but you mostly just colourised the existing tiles. I can also say that I like the colours you used in the grass.

Rotonen, how many grasstiles do we have now, by the way? Did you count them? :roll:
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Post by Bear » 29 Jun 2005, 05:22

For grass tiles, i prefer to use Sulls custom Greenery tiles along my Nyms mushrooms and Pajarico Rock, they all mix so that they all look like they were made similarly.

These also some-what capture the tiles in SoM(might i remind people that this is based OFF of this game... were kinda going too far from te foundation we set a while ago)
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Post by Chetic » 04 Jul 2005, 02:54

Bear wrote:For grass tiles, i prefer to use Sulls custom Greenery tiles along my Nyms mushrooms and Pajarico Rock, they all mix so that they all look like they were made similarly.
Yeah I agree.
We really need to STICK TO A STYLE.
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