- Feb 1, 2013
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Those eyes are gorgeous! Thanks so much. HUGS!
I'm glad you like them! Let me know if you need anything in the future!Those eyes are gorgeous! Thanks so much. HUGS!
You're welcome! I appreciate the input!Thank you very much for this, I am sure this will be used in the creation of many Emo sets for my games.
It's okay. Everyone is a noob at one point or another. Open up your computer (C: drive), go to Program Files (x86), Enterbrain, RGSS3, RPGVXAce, Generator, Face, and then copy everything into the appropriate files from there. Everything should be labeled male or female if it applies. Other than mouths, you can really put things in either or according to what kind of faces you want to make. The main folder will hold gender neutral parts like accessories and eyebrows. When in doubt, just look for the folder that holds the type of file you want to copy. Let me know if you have any more questions.Sorry, noobish question incoming.
Where should I put the images to add them to the character generator?
That's fine. Just as long as I'm credited in one way or another. I'm not too particular about the phrasing.I would just like to add my thanks along everyone elses. This saves me so much time and work! How would you like the credit? Do you want me to say "made by Rainbow Grenade" or something else?
You mean to create enemy face sets? Hmm... I hadn't thought of that before. That's a very good idea.Hi, RainbowGrenade! I really like your parts--they're a really nice addition to the generator--and I was wondering if you had any incentive or inclination to work on some enemy/monster parts.
That sounds tricky, but I I think I can handle it!I hereby request...
The cat face :3
That could be tough. Do you want them to go with a specific hair set? I don't know if I could make some that would look right with every type of hair.You should make some cute hair bows. :3