You could just event it. Make a "Time Travel" variable, then make a choice box that changes that variable for each choice.
For instance, you could have Time Travel = 1 for Past, Time Travel = 2 for Present, and Time Travel = 3 for future. Then make whatever event is transferring the player...
OK, so I finally finished that doctor sprite I was working on:
The hair animation is a little odd, but I felt like I should just go ahead and release it instead of putting it infinitely on hold.
EDIT: I also animated the little doodad in the tardis console:
I mean, I don't see anything wrong about talking politics in off-topic chat. That's what it's for, isn't it? Topics that aren't rpg maker related?
Now if you went around injecting it in every single thread, I could see it being annoying.
Well, I want the sprites to be able to go left or right while simultaneously facing forward or backward. If I used the characters with the movement settings as they are right now, I would have to choose an arbitrary secondary direction for the character to face (i.e: always having the upward...
I'm having a really difficult time trying to describe this. Basically, I'd like to have a script that changes the default sprite movement patterns from down, left, right, up, and instead uses downleft, downright, upleft,upright. A good example of this would be paper mario:
Greetings, friends! This is a set of parallax images and charactersets to help you create your very own Tardis interior! :D
The charactersets might be a little difficult to align. I suggest using a script call to manually designate the specific event coordinates (...
There's still not really any definition to the hair. Have you tried looking at hairstyle references?
Edit: I'm one of those people who learns better by example, so I thought you might benefit from my take on the hair.
I assumed you were going for a spiky sort of look? I tried to keep...
First off, I'm glad you're trying pixel art! Many people get too intimidated to even try, so kudos to you for putting yourself out there. That being said, I think you should work on getting the basics down first. I suggest So You Want to Be a Pixel Artist. It's a very good, fairly...
This is a base I created for my friend yuyubabe's game, Lhuvia Tales. :)
Non-Commercial: Totally fine
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Repost: I don't care, as long as proper credit is given and you're not claiming them as your own...
I just had my first real fire. Dad made burgers for lunch and the grill caught fire. He tried to get water but I told him you should never put water on a grease fire. So I got him the fire extinguisher under the sink and we managed to put it out. I can still smell a little of the smoke coming from the patio, but at least it's clearing. It sure was scary though.