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I like Stormtrooper16 the best. The backpack 17 has is realistic, but at such a small scale it can be easily mistaken for other things. I downloaded the image, and it appears that you used some shading! Unfortunately, the strong black outline around the trooper makes the faint shading almost appear ...
- Mon Jul 02, 2018 11:57 pm
- Forum: Wishlist
- Topic: Is there a Utility to convert Civ2 saves/scenarios to FreeCiv?
- Replies: 7
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Well, its not WWII but WWI... Did you check it out?
Oh, I've definitely checked out your WW1 Europe map. I just want to be able to transfer Civ2 scenarios mostly for nostalgia's sake.
- Mon Jul 02, 2018 11:50 pm
- Forum: Rulesets and modpacks
- Topic: Any way to allow tech trading and make it hard to steal?
- Replies: 4
- Views: 1961
I second this question. Repeated failures when trading techs with your teammates is most annoying.
It's nice to make the ships more distinct. Those little sails do visually set the ships apart from each other. Trireme: I like the Trireme, it looks like a proper ramming ship now. I like the little touch of the eye on its prow. Cog: You reduced the fore and aft castles and removed the oars from the...
Here is an example of some shading I did on your Arbalest graphic. The process is really pretty simple. I took your image, added a new layer above it, set the layer's opacity to 85 (out of 255), and then drew lines in dark gray and white where it looked too flat. Freeciv xbow shading example BIG.png...
- Sat Jun 30, 2018 10:48 am
- Forum: Art and tilesets
- Topic: RoundSquare tileset
- Replies: 49
- Views: 14779
I don't play the Trident set, so, my comment may fall into a minority. I prefer by far the "Ugly, jagged, and visually distracting", it looks more "realistic". Hans Lemurson's "RoundSquare Tileset" is too clean, reminds me of a crossword puzzle. Although it is a remark...
More units for today Nr. III: Sherman: That's a frontal perspective view, I'm assuming. Because otherwise that's the silliest most squished looking tank I've ever seen. Looks like a 2-wheeled star wars droid. You need more contrast between light and dark shades to really show how some faces of the ...
And more for today II: Mi-24: This looks way too flat. I can't tell immediately that I'm looking at an attack helicopter from the front. USE SHADING!!! Looking closely I can see that you went through the trouble of using multiple colors in the image to show the glass and some darker areas, but it b...
Some of these are getting pretty good, so they are getting harder and more technical to critique. I would recommend looking at some old pixel art to get a sense of how shading and a bright or dark pixel here and there can imply details in an image that you could not possibly have the resolution to d...