The Resource WIP Thread This thread is meant for users who are creating, or editing their own resources, to post their work-in-progress (abbreviated to WIP) and get feedback on their work such as criticism, advice or simple comments. If you have any game screenshots or maps to show off (including video trailers), please post them in the Game & Map Screenshot Thread. This is not the thread to look for resources - anything posted in this thread cannot be used! Please read and abide by these rules before posting and or commenting: 1. Sprites, portraits, faces, tiles, logos, songs, sound effects - are all allowed as long as it has to do with RPG Maker or Indie Game Maker. 2. When posting your WIP in this thread, please remember that you allow other members to edit that work for criticism. 3. Any work posted in here is not up for grabs and it solemnly belongs to the original creator. Yes, this means you cannot use any resources posted here for yourself, unless it is meant for giving criticism. If the creator eventually posts this in an actual topic in one of the resource forums, then go ahead. Until then, what gets posted here, stays here. 4. When posting a WIP that is not 100% your creation, please note which parts aren't made by you so people can give you more accurate feedback. 5. Please be civil and constructive when handing out criticism. Do not post things such as 'this sucks!' or even 'it's awesome!'. Point out why a work doesn't look so good, and what they can do to improve it. If you want to compliment someone, point out what you think they did well. 6. Please refrain from re-posting your work, unless you've made some edits on it since the last time you posted it. If no one has commented on your work, and it has fallen behind by at least 2 pages, feel free to repost it then. 7. If you have a lot of work to show, please put them behind in spoiler tags! If you want to quote someone's work, I recommend to simply refer to them by name (@username), or to put the quoted work in spoiler tags. This prevents the thread from cluttering up too much. Preferably, don't quote images at all. That's it, remember to be civil and give constructive criticism!