QUOTE (TheBen @ Jan 29 2011, 12:03 AM)
As for moving that wonky sprite, I would suggest you familiarize yourself with GIMP (open-source Photoshop, essentially) or, if you're into spriting, Graphics Gale. Trust me, you'll go from taking out ugly white backgrounds to recoloring sprites in no time.
And by "no time", I mean anywhere from a few weeks to a few months, but you've got skill enough for it. And if you don't have the time, I can definitely help you with image editing.
I used GIMP for sometime before I started changing into Paint.NET. I have recoloured battlers and sprites before, but they are really really ugly. Yeah, I think with enough time, I should be able to get better with practise, of course. Thanks
QUOTE (se7en @ Jan 29 2011, 04:39 AM)
I can do sprite editing, recoloring and etc. But I cannot, for the life of me make a decent sprite from scratch. However, I'd be more then happy to help you with some editing if you need it.
I love you're title screen and Reas they're really good!
Glad that you like my title screen and Reas....you actually went to try on the demo? Anyway, I appreciate your offer. Thanks
QUOTE (bulmabriefs144 @ Jan 29 2011, 04:47 AM)
For recoloring, here's what I did after alot of mistakes. You can use too, of course. I used the eyedrop thingy on iDraw, which just selected the color and nothing but. Click on the solid black square, and cover it with the new one. Choose another color of the same hue (reds or greens, each shade all the way down) and move up a shade of the new hue, and cover that too until you're done.
I'l go take a look on iDraw....thanks for your recommandation although I never heard of it before.
I will get the credits up soon...