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Which graphics style would be best for the open-source NES tileset?


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#1 P-Tux7

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Posted 05 July 2018 - 03:31 AM

Yeah, this is what I want to know what you guys think, before I start working on it. :) So anyways, what graphic style should we use? After all, there are multiple graphic styles even on the NES. LoZ1? Link's Awakening? It mainly boils down to what color structure is used (3 unique colors for each character, like Z1, or whether one is always taken up by black and white/yellow, like LA, or two unique colors and black, like SMB3, Mega Man, and Kirby) and how it is outlined (Z1 being no outlines, Koten being partial outlines, and LA being outlined). I personally feel like three unique colors and outlines is best (Combining Z1 and LTTP/LA), but I'd like to know what the community thinks.



#2 klop422

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Posted 05 July 2018 - 04:11 AM

Honestly, anything that isn't covered yet is probably fine, as long as it looks good. I believe Cukeman was also making a kind of 'hand-drawn'/parchmenty one, so as long as it's not a rehash of that, (or Koten, since we can use that as well) it would be usable.

Basically, make something that looks good, and people will use it.

 

That said, I am partial like low-bit graphics, so 3-colour+outline would be good. I mean, it's not technically NES-compatible, but that doesn't matter that much, tbh. I think how it actually looks is probably more important.



#3 marc1606

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Posted 05 July 2018 - 09:05 AM

Well i love more graphic styles like the super nes or super Nintendo,there not so many graphic Quest,you cant downloads here,that have many things,like trees,etc you find on:

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, you creade you own dungeons and why not make try whith a mix off old and new items,thunder medaille and more,off course making script for all the new stuff,The inporting thing its the version,must of the people have Windows 8 or higher,so version zelda classic 1.90 or higher,for all the windows versions.


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#4 ZoriaRPG

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Posted 06 July 2018 - 04:01 AM

I feel this is up to the artist. With which style are you the most comfortable; or adept?

#5 P-Tux7

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Posted 06 July 2018 - 11:28 PM

Well i love more graphic styles like the super nes or super Nintendo,there not so many graphic Quest,you cant downloads here,that have many things,like trees,etc you find on:

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, you creade you own dungeons and why not make try whith a mix off old and new items,thunder medaille and more,off course making script for all the new stuff,The inporting thing its the version,must of the people have Windows 8 or higher,so version zelda classic 1.90 or higher,for all the windows versions.

Don't worry if the nes tileset goes well then it will be onto snes and gbc




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