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Conversation Between Chesu and Luke_Crazymon
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  1. Chesu
    November 12th, 2012 10:15 PM
    Chesu
    That's an interesting concept... You'll need quite a bit of practice to make ferocious beasts, though. It's considerably harder than making something that looks normal or cute.

  2. Luke_Crazymon
    November 11th, 2012 09:39 PM
    Luke_Crazymon
    Hey, Chesu, I want to say thanks for the tutorial on how to make pixel art, really. This can actually help me. Here is the deal, i want to make an RPG like Pokemon, and keep the pixel-based graphics of course. The game, Tamagom, will be a bit different in a sense of different nature. Like, instead of cute furry creatures that look like plush toys, they look more vicious and brutal. "Monsters" is a term used literal, a man-eating beast, whatever. People can catch them, KILL them, and it will give the player more options in combat. Like, the player actually fights. YOU are the starter, out of 16 elements you choose from the beginning. From all that info and more to come, i want to say thanks for the tutorial, again.


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