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Offline Eyawiin

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Re: [C+C] Top-Down Tileset

Reply #10 on: September 02, 2017, 07:15:45 pm
I tried to reduce the saturation and brightness a bit to make it not hurt the eyes so much and I think it looks a ton better now.



I also gave the corners and sides of the cliff other shapoes than jusst straight lines to break the blocky look
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Re: [C+C] Top-Down Tileset

Reply #11 on: September 03, 2017, 01:52:05 pm
I realized that I was no using the latest iteration of the tree that I made before so i quickly fixed that.
I'm not sure if it looks better though.
I also brought some variation in the dirt path so it looks more organic.
Finally I made some new Tiles for a smaller cliff which I located next to the big one in the example.

Here is the new Tileset:


And here is the Example:

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Re: [C+C] Top-Down Tileset

Reply #12 on: September 04, 2017, 07:23:14 am
Finally I made some new Tiles for a smaller cliff which I located next to the big one in the example.
Don't you need ramps, stairs or ladders to connect terrain at different heights? Minish Cap has many types, some lateral and some front-facing.
A generic front-facing ladder, embedded in the cliff faces, should be simple (1 or 2 full tiles) and easy to draw.

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Re: [C+C] Top-Down Tileset

Reply #13 on: September 04, 2017, 10:22:44 am


Made a quick edit addressing the things I think require the most attention.

Here's the things -
You have a shadow going around almost all of the tree and the rocks there, which makes no sense, since the top of the rocks would be higher than the ground and you couldn't see the shadow there, same for the tree. Instead maybe just try to enlarge the shadow on the lower part a bit more instead of putting it all around the trees etc.

The trees also have some colours that I dont think are required, the light brown and even the darker brown colours(which I did not remove). Plus you could maybe make the tree leaves look more like actual leaves.