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LD's Art Room

Started by LD Studios, April 12, 2015, 02:11:45 PM

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CKH4

Wow LD I'm impressed by all your stuff that you make. I'm glad you are back to making stuff again.
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So far I've only posted mockups, I've gotten the core battle engine and homescreen programmed, but haven't implemented any art into the actual game yet.



Unicorn

Cool!

* Unicorn thinks you should make a topic posf
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Snektron

Looks sweet, LD! :D And yeah, a topic seems like a good idea ;)
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hmmm, now what looks different around here?



Unicorn

Quote from: LD Studios on July 28, 2015, 05:47:14 PM
hmmm, now what looks different around here?
hmm nice avatar..... :P
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Snektron

That avatar looks sweet indeed :o nice job you did there
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DJ Omnimaga

My post was lost but in case you missed it, I like your new avatar LD Studios, as well as the custom walrus :). Now if only all those games were completed, including the medieval platformer. :)
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Unicorn

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Ivoah

Your art is so awesome! I wish all your mockups could be made into games :)
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DJ Omnimaga

Woah LDStudios that looks awesome! I wish that you would eventually use one of your art set, though, since you haven't finished a new game in a long while. D:


Also your screen mockup looks like it would be more suitable for Microcat or, if colors were reduced, PICO-8. The resolution seems way different than Nspire Lua.
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LD Studios

#27
With nspire lua dimensions:


and a few more characters..



DJ Omnimaga

Looks better in that resolution actually (or if scaled up). I am curious about how fast would such game be with that many guys at once on the screen, though..
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LD Studios

Any game that doesn't overexhaust the timer can usually run at a pretty good speed. Because in a roguelike you really only need to update things whenever the player makes an action, I don't think speed would be an issue.



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