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 on: Today at 07:37:54 pm 
Started by SpritingBrad - Last post by SpritingBrad
I attempted to sprite the smoke Ganon that flies around Hyrule castle. I just placed smoke particles ontop of others :P
This is more of a test to see how it could be done.

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 on: June 20, 2017, 08:04:03 pm 
Started by SpritingBrad - Last post by SpritingBrad
Cool project, man. Getting closer and closer to looking like a pine tree.

One thing that still looks odd is how thick the trunk is right up at the top. Maybe if you filled in where you can see the trunk at the top with more branches, you couldn't tell.

Another thing that might help you- the trees in Minish Cap look a lot more like fir or spruce (or honestly hemlock based on where they're growing) trees than pines. If you're basing yours off parts of the trees from Minish Cap, probably use a fir or spruce as a reference instead of a pine. The difference isn't huge, but it might be helpful.

Thanks for the tips Max, I will see what I can do :)

I think there might be a little too much space between the nodes from the top of the tree and the node below it. I've attached a pine tree for example, hoping it might help.

Thanks for the advice man! Any better?

This is definitely an improvement! Very awesome.

Thanks man!

So I began working on another guardian type. This time its the Guardian Turret. I also modified my Guardian stalker a little bit, mainly the eye and patterns on the heads while turning.

The turret will be a lot of work, considering that the head has to turn and the things on the sides rotate while its spins too. Also the body is different from the stalker´s body, so it can´t be reused.

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 on: June 20, 2017, 06:28:47 pm 
Started by SpritingBrad - Last post by LorentzChronon
I think there might be a little too much space between the nodes from the top of the tree and the node below it. I've attached a pine tree for example, hoping it might help.

Thanks for the advice man! Any better?

This is definitely an improvement! Very awesome.

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 on: June 20, 2017, 11:08:30 am 
Started by SpritingBrad - Last post by Max Mraz
Cool project, man. Getting closer and closer to looking like a pine tree.

One thing that still looks odd is how thick the trunk is right up at the top. Maybe if you filled in where you can see the trunk at the top with more branches, you couldn't tell.

Another thing that might help you- the trees in Minish Cap look a lot more like fir or spruce (or honestly hemlock based on where they're growing) trees than pines. If you're basing yours off parts of the trees from Minish Cap, probably use a fir or spruce as a reference instead of a pine. The difference isn't huge, but it might be helpful.

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 on: June 20, 2017, 08:46:00 am 
Started by SpritingBrad - Last post by SpritingBrad
I think there might be a little too much space between the nodes from the top of the tree and the node below it. I've attached a pine tree for example, hoping it might help.

Thanks for the advice man! Any better?

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 on: June 19, 2017, 04:08:11 pm 
Started by SpritingBrad - Last post by LorentzChronon
I think there might be a little too much space between the nodes from the top of the tree and the node below it. I've attached a pine tree for example, hoping it might help.


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 on: June 19, 2017, 02:12:11 pm 
Started by SpritingBrad - Last post by SpritingBrad
I´m trying to see which canopy looks best for the pine tree. I tried to add large branches to the pine trees, but its fills up a lot of space. What do you guys think of this? Do you think the one without the extra leafs looks better or the one with the extra leafs? if you don´t like any of them, do you have an idea of how it could be improved?

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 on: June 19, 2017, 08:55:31 am 
Started by SpritingBrad - Last post by SpritingBrad
How owuld you bunch the trees up to create a forest?

You mean as in Minish Cap where they merge together? Simple, they don´t. In real life trees don´t merge like that, they grow independently with space between one another. Same thing applies here. It allows Link to move around between them and for mushrooms, paths, rocks, and even enemies and animals to be in between the trees. Have a look at the quick example I made so you can see what I mean.

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 on: June 19, 2017, 03:16:36 am 
Started by SpritingBrad - Last post by gaiamegu64
How owuld you bunch the trees up to create a forest?

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 on: June 18, 2017, 07:01:13 pm 
Started by SpritingBrad - Last post by SpritingBrad
It's sprites likes these that make me wish I choose for the MC instead of Lttp style for my game. These look great and very flexible!

Alttp style is still a very beautiful style. MC is just more detailed. :P And Thanks!

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