Hey, everybody. Sorry for the lack of new stuff lately, but there has been a lot going on. RL stuff, work, commission work, and TRYING to get some work done with Grimm Stories has all been claiming time. But, I do have a new battler today, not just an armed edit.
This is Titania, the Summer Queen. She's the counterpart to Queen Mab, and will be joining her in the Gates of Alfheim set. Titania was a much trickier one to make, compared to Mab, for a couple of reasons: For one, Mab, as the Winter Queen, already has an elemental theme of ice and snow. For another, Mab was based on the Ice Lady battler/sprite/character already in the RTP. Titania doesn't have an RTP base, nor does she have a specific elemental theme, as there's a lot more going on with summer, elementally, than in winter. Plus, I didn't want her to be too close to the Earth Spirit battler I plan on making, either.
Oh, and it's kind of hard to tell here, but the rainbow halo behind her is semi-transparent, so backgrounds and such will show through it.
I suppose that depends on how you define "dark fairies." If you mean elemental fae of night or shadows, not yet, no. However, the Goblin, the Sluagh, the Barghest, the Troll and definitely the Redcap are from the dark side of Faerie, ruled by Queen Mab.
And yeah the orc does look sorta hulkish, but that's orcs for ya: big, green, muscular and mean.
>Testing with fonts change.
>Tries installing a plugin. Doesn't work.
>Tries changing the plugin commands. Doesn't work.
>Tries installing another plugin. Doesn't work.
>Changes a few more plugin commands. Doesn't work.
>Goes directly to the gamefont file and changes the src. Works.
Looking back at some sketches, and game design documents on my PC dated summer of 2015. I started development with the release of MZ, but in 2015, I felt a strong desire to make a game out of the blue. I remember feeling sad for no apparent reason, and all these ideas rushed into my head. Now that I think about it, since that day, everything has become easier to do on my PC . . . it’s very creepy.