Are any of these complete? Come the release of the demo, I'd like to start putting the completed ones in game
DONE - 16
NEEDS IMPROVING - 0
NOT DONE (KNOWN) - 5
NOT DONE (UNKNOWN) - 5
Cobbler/Tailor Shop NO, NOT DONE
Ingo's Pawn Shop
Sebastian McHeadflippy and his Mother
---Old Town Market:
Fortune Teller's Shop NOT DONE
Old Town Cafe
Hyrule Postage and Trading Co.
color=limegreen]Rich Tailor Shop[/color] (forgot this one)
Angelo the Sculptor's Studio
Shooting Gallery/Ammo Shop
The Cleaner's House
Eugene's Apartment NOT DONE
Bernice the Cat Lady's Apartment NOT DONE
Forsithia´s Apartment NOT DONE
Terrace Tingle´s Bistro NOT DONE
Demi and Fructo's Candy Manor
? (only has a roof entrance)
There you go! Look for the green ones in the post and start coding!
Hey, so check the first post, I recently got it updated. Spritonic, there's several buildings that need a tiny bit more work on them before they're finished. I've mentioned the small changes that need to be made a few times, which I can't make myself until I get back to my computer (in a week or two), but if they aren't done then I'll probably knock them out myself.
For now though, the interiors that I'd still like to see a little work on before they're finished:
Fortune Teller's shop - the door is on the left side, it should be on the right side.
Tingle's bistro - let's update the bottles to the ones Miles did which are in the proper perspective.
The apartments - there were windows, but they disappeared at some point, I'd like to see them back. One of the wooden chairs from Leduardo's KoT sheet would work well by Bernice's window. And something to personalize Forsithia's apartment, such as meteorology gear, would be a nice touch - to go to the extra effort and make the game above average.
And personally, I like the attic going out to an unseen door behind the tall roofs on the town map (if you think we should do a large ladder sticking out of the roof in the town instead, tell me why that's better so we can figure it out).
As for the cobbler/tailor in the slums, I remember discussing how it was really big and kind of had way too much stuff for a poor shop, but that never got changed. I recently tried to make it a small shop with a few shabby things for sale, but I really can't until I get back to my computer. :/
Anyway, not to end on a negative note because there's a small number of things that need to be changed, Star is right, we've gotten so much done, it's really amazing.
I was talking to my friend last night, and he was mentioning about how in 1980, he thought the internet would become this amazing place where people from across the world would share ideas. I was telling him about how this project has worked, lurching along for years and drawn by different people from across the globe, and he thought it was beautiful. And he was right, it's awesome.