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Eiyeron's pixel paint room

Started by Duke "Tape" Eiyeron, December 17, 2014, 08:54:29 PM

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Snektron

Oh noes! It's walrii's evil twin, iirlaw!
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Duke "Tape" Eiyeron

Oh, look what @BadPNG did when I sent this picture : there
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DJ Omnimaga

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Duke "Tape" Eiyeron

Just embrace the love of WALRII!
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Snektron

Or just run some shader on it with

gl_FragColor = texture2D(walrii, gl_FragCoord.xy/res) + vec4(rand(uv));

:P
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Duke "Tape" Eiyeron

I started with trying to put a sci-fi style to the font without changing it, ended with some tribal-like/organic patterns instead.
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CKH4

Wow that is really cool. It looks kind of like metal to me. I think that it'd be cool in an actual game.
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Snektron

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DJ Omnimaga

Ooh I like it. I notice it's 128x64 and 256x128. Do you plan to use it for a Casio game or something?
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Duke "Tape" Eiyeron

Nah, I just used this dimension because i'm used to it. And these colors can't be done on calc, unfortunately.
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DJ Omnimaga

Oh I meant on the PRIZM, stretched up. :P
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Duke "Tape" Eiyeron

Mmmh. If I'm goign to do something on the Prizm, I'll go 320x240, the QVGA resolution. It'll fil to the screen minus 8 lines (or 16 I don't remember), it'll look like Bust-a-move's resolution. This is only to make hypothetical ports easier.
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DJ Omnimaga

The PRIZM is 384x216 IIRC so it would probably be 320x216. You could also do 320x200 like some old computer games.
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Duke "Tape" Eiyeron

#43
If I can make the asm thing to go full screen, It can to 228 or something like that.

EDIT : 224. 396*224, so yeah, only 16 rows are missing, it's not that bad. If it's ported on a QVGA, simple borders could be put for decoration.
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DJ Omnimaga

Just make sure that it's not the HUD or other important things that are missing O.O

I remember playing some older console games on TV that didn't use a black frame like some SNES games (eg Final Fantasy VI) and the result was that on certain CRT TVs there were graphics I couldn't see on the sides of the screen >.<
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  • Consoles, mobile devices and vintage computers owned: Huawei P30 Lite, Nintendo 64, Wii U


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