Currently I'm working on some RTP remakes for fun.
Here's the actor 1-6 remake.
She's one of my favorite MV females along with Therese.
The left one is her with her regular red eyes, the right one is her with black eyes.
(honestly I like the black eyes more, but that'll contradict her sprite xD)
I'm gonna release it along with the other actor 1 characters.
Do you plan to make a lineless art or lined art in the finished version?
Personally I'd go for lineless considering the art style. (so the lines on her clothes need to be erased)
Anyway, the art already capture the horror atmosphere even though it's unfinished.
About her skirt, maybe a long rippled skirt would be a good fit?
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I'm not a very good spriter and I would appreciate if someone else could look over and see something I can't. I'm pretty okay with what I made but I think it still needs more work. And I'm not sure what. I think it may need more colors?
Like does the anatomy look okay, etc? I used a reference of an actual sprite to create this one. I just think a fresh pair of eyes other than mine could help identify how to make it better.
Edit: Oh, I just realized I posted this in the wrong form. I apologize.
@jjbones123 Thanks! I quite like all of your sprites, as well; they have a nice, crisp cartoony style to them. I hope to see more like that!
Anyways, I've lately been experimenting with the POP Horror City style, and today I made these two:
Yes, it's Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde from Zootopia. I'm overall pretty happy with how they came out, especially since I completed them in less than a day (which is pretty fast by my standards), but I wasn't sure if the 'mouthless' style the rest of the characters have really worked well for them, so I included alternate versions which have visible mouths. Which one is better, would you say? Regardless, I do plan on making a full sprite sheet for them eventually (with tails that sway back and forth, natch).
Mouthless on Judy, keep the smirk on Nick. I think mixing isn't a bad thing here and it keeps Judy her ridiculously adorable self and Nick just isn't himself without a nice smirk. Plus, fox's mouths are more obvious IRL.
I am curious about the correct perspective and other factors for these backgrounds.
Which one is correct in terms of perspective and other aspects need to be concerned for background? Or maybe neither? There will be two sprites showing on the left and right side of the picture. Thank you!
*Notes : I didn't draw these myself. It is a commission I paid for my game.
I typically ask this on my normal social media channels, but figured there may be good replies here. Anyone got any good horror movie recommendations? I've seen a lot, but I always love getting suggestions! Bonus points if you know which service it is streaming on (in the US) - bring on the spOoooOky!
After a few distractions (and my annual rough second week of October), I’m getting back on track with my OMGC project.
Am I overcomplicating it? Yes. Am I going to tone it down? Almost certainly not.
At least the dialogue stuff is almost done. I need to do the map itself, and then all that’s left is combat.
Is there any way this plugin works with the big character, and the QSprite plugin? Using RTP chars, everything works fine, but the big ones, with QSprite, it's like that in the image, it doesn't reflect right. And there is, in the settings, an option to fix it. Thanks.