AuthorTopic: Iso Collaboration III: Return of the Grid (Completed!)  (Read 373960 times)

Offline neverest

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Re: Iso Collaboration III: Return of the Grid

Reply #200 on: April 18, 2006, 08:04:37 pm
no its ok
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Edit: sorry, doesnt matter, this is just meant to be a bit of fun. Dont take anything personally Kal, I'm just in a mood  :P 
I hope I havnt put you off working on this. Any of the greyed out tiles are ones already put by, but do try one of the others, it'd be nice to have more people on it.

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Re: Iso Collaboration III: Return of the Grid

Reply #201 on: April 18, 2006, 08:13:01 pm
Here... I just felt like redoing my tile, as the central island thing just didn't look right to me. Also, I don't think this has the edited stuff. I'm hoping this is the current version?

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Re: Iso Collaboration III: Return of the Grid

Reply #202 on: April 18, 2006, 09:44:12 pm
So... I'm not really sure what the status is on the tiles that link up with mine, so if you have to change mine a bit tomake 'em fit, go to it.
Anyhoo, I hereby present you all with two extra gnomes and a sexy troll photo-shoot:


Also, I can't find exactly what your last post changed, Q.K., so here're my tiles, solo style (so you guys can fit 'em in properly if I haven't).
« Last Edit: April 18, 2006, 10:01:29 pm by Tremulant »

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Re: Iso Collaboration III: Return of the Grid

Reply #203 on: April 19, 2006, 12:39:13 am
Lol, fantastic tile Tremulant.  :D

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Re: Iso Collaboration III: Return of the Grid

Reply #204 on: April 19, 2006, 01:15:35 am
I believe that makes 21 gnomes and 1 troll.
53 undone tiles (?).

I'm doing a census of this pic, BTW.

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Re: Iso Collaboration III: Return of the Grid

Reply #205 on: April 19, 2006, 02:57:58 am
I changed the 2 bottom tiles in the center, with the sort of connected islands. The next person to add a tile can just use my new one I suppose.

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Re: Iso Collaboration III: Return of the Grid

Reply #206 on: April 19, 2006, 07:31:49 am
Xion Night: You said 6 birds right? I assume that includes the eggs? Can't find the 2 missing ones. Oh, and what happened to that bird near the gnome castle at the bottom? People make, edit, erase and restart som many times I can't keep up. And I think the colours got messed up again. Can't we just make a rule about using GIF only to avoid palette mixups?

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Re: Iso Collaboration III: Return of the Grid

Reply #207 on: April 19, 2006, 08:39:54 am
I added the bird when i fixed the pallette, you can find it on my last post on the previous page. And i dont think there's any hidden eggs.. but there's a bird in a tree and one in its nest, that makes 6.  :P

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Re: Iso Collaboration III: Return of the Grid

Reply #208 on: April 19, 2006, 10:56:06 am
So we have two in flight and two on the ground. Take away the eggs and you have 4 birds. Where are the two remaining birds? (aside from the one you added...) Keep looking but I can't see any more in there.

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Re: Iso Collaboration III: Return of the Grid

Reply #209 on: April 19, 2006, 01:38:09 pm
the format is not where the problem lies, since PNG shouldnt change its palette any more than any other format.  The problem lies in methods used to work.  i dont see why people cant just copy-paste into paint, do their tile, and save.

Also, Id like to remove my reservation of the tiles 43, 51, since all the ideas i had for the just dont look good in practice :P

May i have 14 instead?
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