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Pixel Art / Re: how to select outline
« on: June 26, 2020, 08:27:24 am »
It depends on the program you're using, but in Photoshop you can use the fill tool and set it to non-contiguous fill (i.e. it will change every instance of that colour in the image). Make sure the tolerance is set to 0 so that it only affects the exact colour you want to change and then just click on a pixel in the outline.

If the colour appears anywhere else in the image then you'd also have to select the area you want to change with the marquee tool first (in this instance you could draw a box round the head) so that it only affects that part of it.

My guess is that most modern software will have an analogous approach.


(I'm still using CS5 so the exact layout won't be the same anymore, but Adobe programs are pretty intuitive)

sorry i forgot to mention, aseprite

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Pixel Art / how to select outline
« on: June 26, 2020, 03:19:37 am »
if i want to change color of the entire hair outline, is there any trick? i saw streamers change entire outline in 1  click woithout effecting other body parts
i am using aseprite
thanks



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Pixel Art / Re: How to improve the hair and the rest?
« on: June 26, 2020, 03:18:18 am »
thanks alot guys

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General Discussion / Re: question for artists
« on: June 26, 2020, 12:05:13 am »
When the client is verified, PayPal will say so next to their name on the payment page:


The UI is different depending on whether you have a personal account or business account, but look for invoices in the menus at the top of the PayPal dashboard. The pages will mostly guide you through it, you can google if you need more help. When you get to the part where you add the items to bill the person for, make sure you're specific and list every deliverable.

Bad examples of billable item descriptions:
"Pixel art"
"Game art"
"2x Tile sets"

Good examples:
"3x character spritesheets, 24x32px, with Idle, Attack, Run, and Death animations of 4-10 frames each, character designs provided by client"
"Tileset for the Jungle area, 16x16px tiles, including two types of ground, cliffs, at least different 3 trees, and at least 5 props"
"Game UI element: nine-slice rectangle for buttons with 2x colour variants for highlighted/disabled states"

For the Invoice type, select "Service", since you're performing a service (creating original art) for the client. Make sure you get this right, as it will affect things if you have any disputes pertaining to the invoice.
thanks alot

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General Discussion / Re: question for artists
« on: June 25, 2020, 11:15:26 pm »
No, since that can be easily falsified, but you've got nothing to lose by offering them the chat logs.

Generally, PayPal needs evidence of what the agreed-upon work was and that it was delivered. Invoices provide the former since they're supposed to include a description of the work, and you can prove the latter by showing PayPal the work during the dispute process. By comparing it with the invoice, they can see that you did deliver the work. If there's no invoice in PayPal's system, PayPal has no reliable evidence that the work you did is what the client agreed to.

This sort of situation is why invoices and contracts are so important. If you don't have a signed contract or an invoice that the payment is attached to, there's very little you can do, and PayPal will tend to take the customer's side.

is there any guide for invoices , i never heard of it before, ?
and you mentioned to check if the client has verfied paypal account, how do i check this after client send payments?

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General Discussion / Re: question for artists
« on: June 25, 2020, 10:36:42 pm »
what if i record the whole chat between us, where they say they liked the art, and send to paypal, will they close the dispute?
and how can i see if their paypal verified?

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General Discussion / Re: Will I get better?
« on: June 25, 2020, 08:03:20 pm »
when i started i copied alot.
use referances and copy them, that will raise your skill

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General Discussion / question for artists
« on: June 25, 2020, 07:34:28 pm »
how do u avoid gettin scammed in paypal?
like charage back after you have done the art work

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Portfolios / Re: [AVAILABLE] Pixel artist
« on: June 24, 2020, 11:04:50 am »
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Portfolios / Re: [AVAILABLE] Pixel artist
« on: June 17, 2020, 01:35:18 am »
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