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Offline McStinkus

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breaking the rules?

on: August 01, 2008, 08:30:05 am
Howdy all,
I want to make sure i'm not breaking the rules before I post a question.   I'm making several high frame count animations (not too high, but all with a delay 1-5 fps).  In order to do my key frames I use the select and rotate tool in Gale (of course with the AA turned off to preserve my pallette).  I then extrapolate these keys into my whole loop/segment.  From there I layer over these and pixel my sprites so they don't like like a mode seven mess.  I imagine several of you hardcores find this pushing cheating.  However, since my final product is indeed full p by p pushed, is it cool to post WIP stuff here for CC?  for instance, I have two run animations half done.  Before I invest the tons of hours required to fully realize one into something pretty, I'd like to see which cycle people prefer over the other or help nudge me in the proper direction.  Note that what I would be posting would be just a few steps above line art.  Thanks!

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Re: breaking the rules?

Reply #1 on: August 01, 2008, 08:35:58 am
This is no problem. Post away
There are no ugly colours, only ugly combinations of colours.