Discussion in 'Showroom' started by Cinossu, Aug 16, 2007.
Realling liking the graphics of that flame, looks really nice.
It looks neat, but it feels like it uses too many colors so feels a bit out of place.
Bare in mind though, I'm not working with pallet restrictions effects wise.
And for the sake of showing shit off, here is a video:
It's a day out of date, I have improved some things since this video, Minorly.
The flames are rather cool, it's a bit of a shame the Mega Drive's VDP doesn't have brilliant colour fading effects like this though =(
I didn't play the video (Firefox has been rather laggy for me recently).
Most people find Firefox is the leggiest of the browsers, It hogs up a lot of Memory.
Your timer is wrong, Blaze. This is not a second, it's like 140% of a second. If this is based off a Genesis, you should start a new second at 60 centi-seconds, rather than 100.
I already know it was broken. However, I completely forgot about it. Thanks Selbi.
I randomly did an edit of the SonicAdvance1 capsule (on left) for no reason. Usually my random stuff is my best. Tell me what you think
It looks ok, a revamp of the previous capsule.
New bug fixing each others. Enjoy the improvements were made. ;D
This is awesome! I love the new music you added. Can't wait for your next release, EK.
Eduardo, that is pure rom hacking gold right there. I really love what you've done with it. I especially love the crackers level in their. Don't see that often.
Couple of new screens:
Still only about 50% complete in terms of the art. Opinions?
Very nice. The only thing though is that the totem head's shading is somewhat flat. You might wanna check that out.
Good job though.
So lemme get this straight, you ported Green Hill Zone to Sonic CD... ? Never seen that before.
Anyways, that's very good, but I think you should do more work before posting a screenshot.
Maybe when you've edited GHZ's art perhaps?
(Even still, your better than me at porting levels. Congrats. )
He's showing that it is now possible to port levels from S1-3K into Sonic CD PC version using his SonLVL program.
Yes, this was done simply to demonstrate my LevelConverter and SonLVL programs.
I was just being sorta picky, don't mind me.
Maybe I should try SonLVL soon. :0
so it is possible that you can port ghz to the pc version of scd, neat stuff! anyways, some new screenies I have:
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