I have no idea where to ask this so I'm gonna try here.
In the screenshots examples for the Germania set, are all the tiles included in the screenshots in the set? I'm specifically wondering for the little slanted roof/window you can see here:
Or are those not available at all because they are what Celianna used to make the example screenshot? If they aren't available at all are you ever going to release something like them as an update to this set or if you do would I have to buy the add-ons? I figure it's the "not actually in the set" answer I just wanted to make sure I'm not entirely blind before I take the time to recreate it for myself.
Like I know on page 2 somewhere someone mentioned the flowers you can easily edit those to recreate some of the pieces in this set. But specifically those windows, I don't feel you can so easily so I was wondering if I was just missing entirely the pieces that make that up or if Celianna did more than just splice splice bam windows!
Those windows were made from the existing art using parallax techniques and so no tiles exist. I made some things that should make putting together your own, similar tiles much easier that will be in the update, but I have no plans to make that exact tile. I have no idea when the update will go out, I have sent it to Degica though.
All right then! Back to splicing stuff together for me. Can't wait to see the pieces that you came up with. The whole tileset has been really nice to work with so far--definitely getting my money's worth out of them--so definitely kudos on the work that you put into them.
So I just came back to RPGM after a long hiatus, and decided to pick this up. This is easily one of my favorite tilesets now. Seriously, I am so amazed by how pretty this is!
And it's really easy to use, too. Started playing around with it to get a sense of how the various tiles fit together, and then went on and made a halfway decent map, all in a much shorter time than it usually takes me to get my head around a new tileset.
I love the style of this set, it's ridiculously charming and strongly conveys this feeling of being transported to a fantasy world.
Assuming I can make sprites that fit the characters I want to have using the Looseleaf generator + whatever other usable sprite resources I get my hands on, I just might stick with this for the game I'll be trying to make, rather than using a mostly RTP tileset which I was originally planning to do. So yus, massive kudos for this lovely set!
Gonna work on some more maps with the base set, and also see what I can cook up with the member + castle and cave parts.