Which Graphic Packs (DLC) "fits" together?

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I'll be the first to admit my art skills while not TERRIBLE are a bit underwhelming, so I have no issues buying several of the LOVELY Graphic Packs for RPGMaker, and have even already bought some (Futuristic and Modern), but one thing I keep wondering is if anyone can suggest how well the different graphic packs compliment one another? Obviously some are pixel art, some are pre-rendered, some are chibi, some are realistic, and so obviously they don't go together, but I've noticed several have similar styles, but it's kinda hard to say how well they might fit without actually using them together.

So I came here in the hopes of getting some feedback from others who may have purchased these packs on which ones they think are really good for "mix and match"

Mostly from an artistic style perspective, I understand Futuristic and Fantasy are different settings but you never know if someone is making something like Chrono Trigger or Final Fantasy that mixes or blends multiple settings (which is why I am interested in multiple packs to begin with!)

Sorry if this is the wrong forum, I wasn't really sure where it should be posted at.
 

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Thank you for the quick and informative reply, it certainly helps!
 

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I'll tell you about just the new packs then. :)


Rural Farm Tiles Resource Pack: Unique style, doesn't match anything else yet.


Wild West Tiles Pack: Meant to match Ace's RTP.


Tyler Warren RPG Battlers: Unique for battlers, meant to mesh well with the any of the RTP battle backs.


Fantasy Hero Character Pack: The sprites are Ace RTP style, everything else is flexible.


Zombie Survival Graphic Pack: The tiles are made to match the Modern Day tiles and should go well with Ace's RTP but it has it's own style for sprites.
 

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Futuristic and Modern were also made in the style of the RTP, if I'm not mistaken. Plus they work fairly well together as well.
 

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Making a pinned topic about it now :)


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