- May 18, 2015
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So cool! They remind me of the monster eggs from Legend of Mana!
The dragon eggs are amazingly gorgeous! Truly beautiful! I've been creeping your thread for a while because I'm working on generator parts as well, and I just need to say that everything you've been making is beautiful. The dragon eggs take my breath away. I love how you come out with 'themes', like you had a vampire bundle and a mermaid bundle. It'd be fantastic to see a kind of dragon inspired generator pieces bundle as well. Slit eyes, some scales peeking out of the skin, horns, etc. Like some kind of human dragon hybrid. I love seeing what other people can come up with. I still can't get over the dragon eggs. A million cookies to you!
That leaf crown is cute. Are there any Sideview Battler versions for it?
Hi,I made the SV part for the leaf crown,you all can download it by following this link ^^
I'm having a trouble, I put the dragon parts in my generator but aside the icon, it doesn't show up on my generator.
Okay got it working, would there be a possiblity that you can make the horn and the ear of the dragon have different colors as main and sub?
Okay got it working, would there be a possibility that you can make the horn and the ear of the dragon have different colors as main and sub?
Hi there I saw that the engine doesn't allow this parts to add 2 different colors,and I can't put them neither as an accessory,because they will be seen above the hair,so this isn't a good idea as it won't looking well.I'm sorry it can't be changed. It could be easy if there were default settings as they are at the clothes and accessory. Kadokawa made the generator this way,and we do not have the right to modify their product.Many of us find it hard to put some parts into generator as we want to,but as the times change,I think there will be more ways to add our creations to the generator,or who knows,?
Just as a thought, but I have found a way that worked for me, with eyes at least. I found that if you make the piece you want to remain a certain color its own image it will remain its color and not go to a different color. For example, I made eyes with pink eye shadow. Unfortunately you can't change the eye shadow from pink, but at least it won't change color. The layer/image for the eyeshadow I named _c3 while the iris was _c1 and the actual eyeball and lashes were _c2. Because the pink was _c3 it was lower than the other ones, but as long as I was careful it still looks fine. It basically works in layers. So if you were going to make a few orange scales or something you could either name the scale image _c1 so they'll be at the top or poke holes in the skin and have the orange underneath as _c2.
I don't know if I made a lick of sense but I hope I did. Basically what I've gathered from looking at the gen files is that the _p1 part controls the order it's in and all associated pieces must match, while _c1 controls the layer numbering which it's presented in. 1 would equal top of the layer pile. I think the _m001 controls the colors it uses but from my testing eyes still use the eye gradient even if you change the number to the hair gradient. So maybe I'm wrong.
If this seems rushed it's because my brother is dragging me away to play a game. Love the work! Keep it up!