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Author:  FrankenGraphics [ Mon Nov 14, 2016 5:32 am ]
Post subject:  gfx quiz [new gfx inside] 250 chars used, 6 to spare

I can only take credit for drawing the pixels, because there's an original source. YOU however get mad props if you can guess it right what it is. I removed a detail i had in there that could make it too easy to google. It's mini quiz time! Take a guess. :beer:

And if you want to comment or critique styles and methods, that's appreciated and welcome as usual. The goal of this excercise was mainly how to simplify something naturalistic/photorealistic.

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This is about as advanced as i can get it without cutting down on unique traits in the table any further. it is using 250 tiles/chars, 6 spare ones now that said detail is removed.

Edit: Here's a betterment question i'm weighing on: I tried to use dithering only where i think it matters, namely where the darkness of the hull meets the fog-of-underwater and dissolves. Still, do you think this works?

Author:  hawken [ Sun Nov 20, 2016 4:54 am ]
Post subject:  Re: gfx quiz [new gfx inside] 250 chars used, 6 to spare

Looking good, nice use of tiles. Can you post the tile set too?

I'd extend the top and bottom as much as I could if I were you

Author:  FrankenGraphics [ Sun Nov 20, 2016 10:39 am ]
Post subject:  Re: gfx quiz [new gfx inside] 250 chars used, 6 to spare

Can do, in time (when i get back home, essentially afk at the moment)! Do you plan to experiment, or just curious?

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I'd extend the top and bottom as much as I could if I were you


What's the reasoning? Is it for aesthetic reasons, or am i maybe overlooking something? What do you think of the clean/dither ratio?

I plan to do a thematic suite (in time) of this, so keeping them concistent in style is ofc important.

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