Discussion in 'RPG Maker MV Resources' started by Lunarea, Oct 24, 2015.
That's odd. Do you have an ad blocker or firewall set up to block everything from there?
Nope. I have never had this issue prior to moving to the country I am currently living in (Nepal). Everything works fine except for photobucket >.<
Photobucket is a hit or miss for me. Sometimes it loads, and sometimes it doesn't.
It is really bugging me because a lot of resources are posted on photobucket but since I can't see them, I have no idea what they are and can't use them
Hey beautiful work ! The living room is just superb !
Fantastic as always.
This is very nice. Great Job.
You are my god. Thank you very much
I was actually doing the same thing with the roofs.. Oh well they are pretty nice keep it up hope to see more
You guys are killing me. I'm gonna go make a thread somewhere in a support or general subforum to see if someone can help me with this whole photobucket not working issue.
Updated post #3 with a Tardis.
Fantastic as always! Thanks Lunarea for all your beautiful work!
Beautiful stuff as always! I especially like the Tardis. It appeals to my uber geeky side. BD
I love the living room idea! This looks so nice for a modern setting.
You always make the most beautiful roofs. Thank you *^_^* And those interior tiles are just perfect for a modern game.
I love your Tardis.
Thanks so much for your kind words!
I've updated the intro post with some bigger windows.
I think you mean the second post? But those are indeed lovely! Just wondering, is it difficult to make a sunlight version of those? Anyway, much thanks! *happily stores away those window resources*
sorry for a dumb question but how do i use these?
is this a set i have to download and put into RPG Maker, or just save the individual pictures and import as tilesets?
Thanks in advance
I have posted some dungeon pillars in the second post. It includes some original (i.e. hand-drawn) statue bits in addition to edited RTP material. I hope it's useful!
I usually post things as add-on images, so that you can put them in a tileset yourself - so they do have to be formatted. Once I get more material, I'll turn them into actual sheets you can just download and use in RPG Maker. In the meantime, you can check out this guide, as it goes over adjusting and adding tiles to a tile sheet.
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