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Hello,

(First of all, I'm sorry for my probable bad english, I speak french...)

I've used RMMV for a long moment and there is something that i find very weird and not natural. The fact that every roof of houses does not exceed from the walls. An image is better than word :

Here an exemple of what i mean by "exceed the walls" :

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I find this very weird and the houses are like in Minecraft :-/

And here is an exemple of more realistic and RPG-like houses (in my opinion)

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And surprisingly, I've never found any tileset that fix this and make them like in the second picutre.
Is there any technical difficulty to create more realistic and natural tilesets ?

Thank you !
 

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It's just the way they're drawn? I mean, really, that's all there is to it - whoever was hired to draw the default tiles, drew it that way.

I don't think it would effect the ground tiles to have the wall autotiles drawn with transparent space on the edges, but I could be wrong. I'd have to play with it to see.

edit: Actually, the more I think about it, that may be why - transparent area on the sides of the wall autotile may replace the ground. Therefore, it would have to be drawn to the edges of the tile.
 

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You can make half width roof tiles using something like gimp, it would be super easy.
 

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Oh my bad then. When I search for others tileset compatible with RPG maker mv, I always find tilesets with the same "problem" and when I want to import a tileset with a pokemon look and feel, everything is cuted off by RPG maker and I can't use it :-/

Thank you for your answers guys, I know now that I just have to learn how to import correctly self made tilesets and create the autotile feature.

(or use photoshop/gimp to add a half width roof :) )
 

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Yeah, I tested it out. For the autotile, if there is any transparency, it will overwrite the ground tile and leave a blank space. So, that is why.

If you have a consistent area, you can create autotiles with grass or whatever ground you want on the edges, or you can put special edge building pieces with transparency in the B-E sheets.
 

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Thank you for your helpful advices ! :)
I take note
 

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