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Post by Crush » 05 Oct 2005, 11:32

ElvenProgrammer wrote:I think a bush is necessary
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Post by Rotonen » 05 Oct 2005, 13:56

I like the idea. This one could go in as a hidden easter egg.. :roll:
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Post by Pajarico » 05 Oct 2005, 14:55

Rotonen wrote:I like the idea. This one could go in as a hidden easter egg.. :roll:
As "Destroy Axis of Evil" quest :mrgreen:
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Post by Modanung » 05 Oct 2005, 16:14

I think it should be a monster... that can be beaten up pretty bad. :P

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Post by Kineticstorm » 05 Oct 2005, 16:21

Modanung wrote:I think it should be a monster... that can be beaten up pretty bad. :P
That's just wrong... :shock:
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Post by Modanung » 05 Oct 2005, 17:14

Is it still wrong if we also add a monster representing me that can be beaten up pretty bad?

But seriously... no real world referenced like that in TMW.
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Post by Rotonen » 05 Oct 2005, 20:46

Indeed, bad politically charged jokes aren't going to get into any production.

They're great for lighting up one's day, though.
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Post by Ultim » 06 Oct 2005, 04:20

Wow... That's like saying: "Most players don't care about graphics at all.".
As much as i love graphics and as much as i love making graphics, graphics are a secondary part of a game. i learned that the hard way. ESPECIALLY in 2D games where it's understood that they are not as pretty as the new pretties. But for example, Tetris, Mario Bros. 1, anything on Atari and most things in arcade. Furthermore my statistics were as truthful as i have collected opinions to show. i've been showing my stuff to people for a long time and found that there's only so far you can go before differences can only be noted by high-calibur artists. Make no mistakes, though: artists should give it their all... just without beating a dead horse. His grass is great, and trying to improve it further will likely be more difficult than it's worth.
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Post by Crush » 10 Nov 2005, 23:03

nope, this topic isn't dead ;)

i made a new design for the paths. do you like it?
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Post by Modanung » 10 Nov 2005, 23:32

It's a lot better already, but it's VERY brown (too saturated). And the light-dark spots seem too large, too strong and alogically placed.

I think the ground should be a bit rough in structure near the side of the path, as well as the grass should cast a slight shadow onto the path. In the middle the path should be pretty flat with such a tight path.
I assume these are two tiles forming the path's edges? So there could be placed tiles in between to form wider roads?

It's a good start.
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Post by criptos » 10 Nov 2005, 23:33

They seem to me a lot of green...

May be less saturated?
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Post by Modanung » 10 Nov 2005, 23:46

Criptos... I agree...
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Post by Crush » 11 Nov 2005, 20:56

Modanung wrote:It's a lot better already, but it's VERY brown (too saturated). And the light-dark spots seem too large, too strong and alogically placed.

I think the ground should be a bit rough in structure near the side of the path, as well as the grass should cast a slight shadow onto the path. In the middle the path should be pretty flat with such a tight path.
now THATS a really useful comment. i wish more people would say what they want so specifically. i'll see what i can do.
I assume these are two tiles forming the path's edges? So there could be placed tiles in between to form wider roads?
no, it isn't. the woodland tileset is free for mapping, so i have to stick to the actual concept with single tile paths. but the woodland 2 tileset (the one with the buildings) will include dirt tiles based on the path texture with flexible borders.
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Post by Modanung » 11 Nov 2005, 23:21

Crush wrote:no, it isn't.
Then I think it should be a bit broader. :)
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Post by degen » 21 Nov 2005, 11:43

Actualy regarding the grass, i tried most different technicues i know of to "force" the grid to show like "looking past the image" and etc. (there are many ways of focing it but i only know a few) and to be honest i cant see a grid in over all. even if 1 tile has a slight symmetric drawn piece then thats liek ... damn if i take a closer look on a section of grass there are some symmetric pieces (natures own way).

So well ... Crush you kick ass ^^
i loved the new grass tile.

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