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Tutorial Part 1 - Getting started: sprites (Read 18587 times)

Started by Just No Point, October 27, 2015, 04:36:57 pm
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Re: Tutorial Part 1 - Getting started: sprites
#21  July 09, 2016, 03:46:53 am
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I could make a program for it, assuming they use PNG.
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#22  July 09, 2016, 03:55:39 am
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That would be useful to a lot of people. Another good reason to use sffv2 is if you wish to use remappal. That's another reason I prefer it.
Re: Tutorial Part 1 - Getting started: sprites
#23  July 09, 2016, 01:01:47 pm
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I have a problem with the transparency thing :/.

Once I put a sprite in Photoshop, the background colour(let's say a soft blue or a fucsia) usually is in the middle of the palette. I don't know how to change the position of it, so things can be started. If someone can help me... *_* !!

EDIT: I'll post an example of it, since my English is not the best around and I'm not sure if I expressed myself correctly. I'm about to leave now D:!!
Re: Tutorial Part 1 - Getting started: sprites
#24  July 09, 2016, 03:27:53 pm
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When you go to save your palette save as exact number of colors. Then choose force color. An empty index will appear and you can pick the color from your image and place it in the top left index. I like to do this on every color to keep a good order.
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#25  July 09, 2016, 03:37:32 pm
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Re: Tutorial Part 1 - Getting started: sprites
#26  July 10, 2016, 02:03:10 am
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Remappal works with sffv1 as well. But you are limited to 12, and you can't make use of it within helpers with their own pal etc.

I like the small portait change, but that's just me. Never liked having my small ports change with the character palette.

I find sffv2 easier to manage. But i can understand the point of view from any palette editor and for anyone wishing to add/change the palettes the character uses it is a bit of a bitch. Previously it was put some files in the folder and alter names in a def file. Now you have to either swap out existing palettes or hope the creator has set up a "palette picker" within a seperate file.


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Re: Tutorial Part 1 - Getting started: sprites
#27  July 10, 2016, 01:28:33 pm
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Man, it was THAT easy? Dammmmmm!!! U_U!!!

Thanks JnP & JZilla :D!!