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I've found I can't overlap trees because the tree on top has blank spaces around it. Any way to fix that? Thanks.
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Make the top tree as tiles and add the top of the bottom tree as an event.
 

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additionally, there should be special tiles with both trees available in some tilesheets - I know those exist for VXA, and that is what you state to use on your profile even if you posted in VX (which is a different engine than VXA)
 

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Yeah, I was going to mention that but I know VX doesn't have them. Good addition though Andar!
 

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You should be able to fix this by editing your tileset in GIMP/SAI/PS or any other image editor that lets you save an image with a transparent background. What you want to do is called "clumping", it's where you move your assets around and overlap them to make them look more natural.

Here's a good tutorial on how to do it (also includes info on color editing and rearranging):
https://rpgmaker.net/tutorials/696/
 

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