Jul 6 2012, 01:15 PM
Ok first off this was a quick conversion if you want to edit you can do it. I know the sword looks a little jacked but the sprites were so small so when I resized and distributed it the sword became a little jagged. I will not edit it just here for people to fool around with or use just the way it is.
There is a small fuzz but you really don't notice it when it is in use.
Here is the original version.
They may seem big but they aren't when you apply them to the holder version.
Jul 7 2012, 12:38 AM
I'm a little confused (possible because I only use a single version of RPG Maker and don't know how this works in other Makers), but why would you need a second version of this battler?
Is there a particular size that doesn't work in the Maker you're using?
Just curious. ^^
Jul 7 2012, 01:21 PM
Sorry if its confusing I was showing what the original looked like compared to my conversion, and it was a btter way I thought to show why its kind of fuzzy. I will take down the original, and edit my main post if needed. Not to mention its original size was like half the size of Holder's.
Jul 7 2012, 02:34 PM
Oh, it's not necessary to remove it (you have given all the necessary credits I believe), I was just wondering if there was any particular reason you would need to edit it in this way. XD
Jul 7 2012, 03:56 PM
Just thought it would be nice for more battlers for Holder's style, because there aren't to many sprites for actors yet. As for the thing that says you guys can start over if needed I also posted in resource submission,but just copied my post here for people to see.I just now noticed I posted that comment I am removing it right now. That one was a accident.
Jul 7 2012, 04:50 PM
I think I asked (in one of the resource topics you submitted) about that, but just let me know. ^^
This one can stay here, if you plan on using it to continue experimenting or developing with the battlers (if you're wanting feedback on those edits).
Jul 7 2012, 06:11 PM
Yah I want this one for feed back and my my shop for well my shop. Thanks alot.
Jul 7 2012, 10:09 PM
All right, no problem. I also took care of the duplicate topic, so you're all good now. =]
You're welcome. ^^
Jul 8 2012, 05:53 AM
Sweet thanks for being so nice.
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